The discussion was with single mums on limited incomes. The topic was providing their kids’ with opportunities to participate in extra-curricular activities. The consensus was just how difficult it can be to make it happen. The lack of participation by children from lower socio-economics was profound according to a study recently released by the University of South Australia’s Health and Use of Time Group.
A decade ago, when in their mid-50s, the Boomers were
adamantly rebellious about their health. Live hard even if it means you die a
bit younger was their mantra. They were intent on ignoring their doctors’ instructions
to curtail their lifestyle, and rather chose to enjoy life to the max.