Duxbury seniors learn to spark creativity with age and keep engaged

DUXBURY – In a spirited presentation on how we will keep inventive as we age, Henry Quinlan instantly caught my eye.

“We have all been inventive, typically in on a regular basis life,” he mentioned.

This doesn’t require any explicit inventive undertaking or new invention. Quinlan, who’s 82 and has been within the publishing enterprise for 50 years, described “creativity with intent, pondering or doing one thing in a method we’ve not completed earlier than.”

Publisher Henry Quinlan, 82, gives tips on creativity to keep your brain and body healthy at the Duxbury Senior Center on Monday, May 2, 2022.

It may be so simple as altering a favourite recipe handed down out of your mom (add or subtract an ingredient, alter the cooking technique) or compose a foolish poem or humorous drawing for a good friend’s birthday.

The Merrimack, New Hampshire, resident introduced his speak and slideshow titled “Creativity: Serving to the Getting old Mind and Physique Keep Wholesome” to the Duxbury Senior Middle on Might 2. He centered on “being inventive with a lowercase c.” “

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