- Taking time out of their own lives and careers to care for others
- Getting older
- Living longer than men
Archive for May, 2012
I just read the FUNNIEST article on slate.com which simply must be shared. But first, here’s a short blog I wrote last year about my addiction.
I write frequently about being fearless after fifty because a few years ago I chose to embrace my age with confidence, dignity, and joy. Part of my life’s mission is to share that message with others. Admittedly, getting older isn’t always easy: all kinds of changes — wanted and unwanted — go hand-in-hand with aging, which can often be so scary it stops us in our tracks, keeping us from moving forward.
But fear isn’t as evil as we think. While it’s usually viewed as an emotional experience we should avoid at all costs, in truth fear can turn our lives around by forcing us to make change for the better — if harnessed correctly. (more…)
It’s so easy to get overwhelmed.
A plan to lose weight, start a fitness program, save money, spend more time volunteering, get out the door faster every morning — or do anything new — can be stymied before you even start… if it seems too difficult to achieve. Like most of us, you’ll be tempted to just give up.
There’s a simple solution to streamlining your goals, plans, even beauty routines, so you actually accomplish what you’ve set out to do… successfully. (more…)
. . . and now I’m looking for the perfect subtitle.
FIFTY RULES: What Every Woman Must Know Before Turning 50
Here’s the deal: send your best shot at a subtitle, and the winning submission will get a signed copy of my first book, The Best of Everything After 50 AND a signed copy of my second book, Fifty Rules, which will be out in the fall of 2012.
LEAVE YOUR SUBMISSIONS RIGHT HERE ON THE WEBSITE.