My guest in this episode of the Catching Health podcast has put me to shame! From the moment she wakes up and wiggles her toes until she slides under her blankets at night, Liz Johnson is on the move. She might be dancing or she might be pulling weeds, but even if she’s lounging (I’m not convinced she ever does), her brain certainly isn’t. She takes classes, plays bridge, none of which she can do in person right now because of the pandemic. That hasn’t slowed her down a bit. She just fires up her computer, clicks on a Zoom invitation, and off she goes. Liz and I had a conversation about aging, but I’m not going to give her age away just yet. Find out when you listen to the podcast episode or read the transcript. Enjoy!
Listen to my conversation with Liz Johnson
Where else you can find and subscribe to the Catching Health podcast
- Apple Podcasts
- Check your favorite listening app. (Search for Catching Health with Diane Atwood)
Read the transcript
Resources and links
- Osher Institute for Lifelong Learning – OLLI (OLLI is not only in Maine. You may have one in your community).
- Meals on Wheels
- Trickster Bridge
What an inspiration Liz Johnson is! Thank you Diane for letting us listen to the words of these wonderful and wise people through your writing and podcasts.
Gratitude and positive attitude, we should all post those in each room in our home until they become implanted in our hearts and minds.
Amazing woman… Amazing example… Amazing mother…
Thanks for having me, Mum…You did good! …and well 😉