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About Michele Meier Vosberg

Michele Meier Vosberg, Ph.D. is a writer and freelance educator. She left her career of over thirty years in order to create the life of her dreams. She is passionate about helping others understand their unique personality and gifts and design their best lives. Michele is married, has two grown daughters and lives in Madison, Wisconsin. Connect with Michele at http://liferedesign101.com
Latest Posts | By Michele Meier Vosberg
3 Phrases You Can Use to Form Strong Relationships After 60
1 year ago

3 Phrases You Can Use to Form Strong Relationships After 60

Research is clear that if we want to stay healthy and to thrive we need to develop and maintain strong relationships. According to the Mayo Clinic, adults with strong relationships live longer than their peers who have less vital relationships. Read More

How to Embrace Your Inner Child and Find Your Joy After 60
1 year ago

How to Embrace Your Inner Child and Find Your Joy After 60

What did you love to do as a child? Do you remember getting happily lost for hours, so immersed in a hobby or passion that you lost all track of time? Read More

Downsizing Can Be Fun! Lessons from Joyful Decluttering
1 year ago

Downsizing Can Be Fun! Lessons from Joyful Decluttering

Do you live in a beautiful clutter-free space? Many of us aspire to live in a stress-free, orderly home. We seriously undertake an occasional decluttering marathon. Read More

7 Travel Mistakes Almost All Women Over 60 Make
2 years ago

7 Travel Mistakes Almost All Women Over 60 Make

Many of us love to travel, but we don’t like the hassles that can come with it. Travel can involve long days, unexpected delays, missed connections and long lines at security checkpoints. Days spent in transit can leave us feeling frustrated and exhausted. Read More

6 Reasons to Attend Your 40th Class Reunion
2 years ago

6 Reasons to Attend Your 40th Class Reunion

Do you attend class reunions or avoid them? I have friends who regularly organize class reunions and other friends who wouldn’t go even if they were paid to attend. I’ve been on both sides – eagerly attending some reunions and dismissing others. Read More

How My Past Mistakes Helped Me Get More from Fashion After 50
2 years ago

How My Past Mistakes Helped Me Get More from Fashion After 50

Some people figure out their fashion style early in life and then spend decades building on and improving that style. I am in awe when I see a young woman who already understands her personal style and goes into the world with confidence and flair. Read More

Does Getting Older Change Your Personality? The Surprising Truth Revealed!
2 years ago

Does Getting Older Change Your Personality? The Surprising Truth Revealed!

There is long-standing research to support the belief that our basic personality traits are set in our youth and do not change much as we age. A recent study, conducted by researchers at the University of Edinburgh, and reported in the Journal of Psychology and Aging, challenges this idea. Read More

8 Powerful Lessons I Learned in a University Class on Retirement
2 years ago

8 Powerful Lessons I Learned in a University Class on Retirement

My husband and I recently took a retirement class. This was not one of those fancy dinners in an expensive steak house given by investment firms looking to solicit business, but an actual class taught through a university extension. Read More