When you’ve just retired from your regular job, your first instinct probably won’t be to find a way to start working again. But once some time has passed and you’ve decompressed, you’ll need something more fulfilling to do with your days than binge-watching “Scandal.” One option worth considering is pursuing any entrepreneurial ideas you didn’t have time for earlier in your life, when kids and career used up all of your energy.
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This article was written by Jim Williams, MD, a family physician with a private practice at Sibley Memorial hospital in Washington, D.C. His piece is the second in our Physician’s Corner, a place for doctors to tell their stories about how medicine is changing in the twenty-first century.
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Artist Brian McCarty uses art therapy to work with children in conflict zones, encouraging them to express and reflect on their firsthand experiences with war. The U.S.-based artist then re-creates these scenes as photographs using locally found toys. Continue reading