A lady never reveals her true age. That said, I admit to having passed the double nickel. By whatever grace or luck, I am able to do pretty much everything I used to, just not as long or as often. (Hence the reason the song is on the spindle). I can still type the same number of words as when I aced the skill exam for my first "professional" job, but the fingers get stiffer and typing becomes more of a chore after a few hours. More important (and frustrating) is the reduced ability to multi-task. Instead of juggling eight or ten or even 12 tasks simultaneously, focus is concentrated on one thing at a time.
And as for the title of the post? Fingerless gloves keep fingers more nimble. From weakness came a strength--greater organization. Organization ensures the single task is done more efficiently and hopefully quicker. Click on the list below to see what the other authors are sharing.
~till next time, Helen