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About Sherry Bronson

Sherry Bronson is a writer and traveler. After downsizing, she searched for a new place to live, one that resonated with her passions, lifestyle and style. She found all this and more in beautiful Bali. On her blog https://writingforselfdiscovery.com, Sherry reminds her readers that life must be lived and encourages them not to waste time. Know your dreams and don’t let fears, your own or anyone else’s, keep you from following them.
Latest Posts | By Sherry Bronson
Creating a Life That Fits Like Skin in Your 60s
1 month ago

Creating a Life That Fits Like Skin in Your 60s

By  •  Mindset

Some of the responses to my article “3 Essential Elements to Getting What You Want” left me heavy-hearted. Many women feel stuck and hopeless. Read More

3 Essential Elements of Getting What You Want in Your 60s
2 months ago

3 Essential Elements of Getting What You Want in Your 60s

By  •  Mindset

When we reach our 60s, several things happen:

  • Physically, our bodies start to betray us.
  • Mentally, we begin to assess all that we have or haven’t done.
  • Emotionally, depending upon our situation, we may feel vulnerable.
  • Spiritually, we become aware that the end of life is closer than it ever was before.

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Manifest Your Wellbeing with the Power of Pink
6 months ago

Manifest Your Wellbeing with the Power of Pink

In the heyday of my interior design career, I noticed that many mature women surrounded themselves with pink. Consultations took me into the homes of women in their 60’s and 70’s who lived alone. Read More

Grandmother Remembers: What 3 Things Would You Pass on to Your Grandkids?
6 months ago

Grandmother Remembers: What 3 Things Would You Pass on to Your Grandkids?

By  •  Family

The 27-hour flight back to Bali from the U.S. socked it to me this time. So, while I was un-jetlagging and housebound, I rummaged through reading material, organized drawers and, in the process, stumbled upon Grandmother Remembers. Read More

How Do You Know When it’s Time to Downsize Your Life?
10 months ago

How Do You Know When it’s Time to Downsize Your Life?

There’s only one good answer to the question of when to downsize – before you have to. Read More

Why Daydreaming is the Most Wonderful Way to Waste Time
11 months ago

Why Daydreaming is the Most Wonderful Way to Waste Time

There’s a wonderful old movie – although 1989 still sounds young to me and that’s when this film was released. Read More

Lost Childhood? It’s Never Too Late for a Do-Over!
11 months ago

Lost Childhood? It’s Never Too Late for a Do-Over!

You’ve heard it said that youth is wasted on the young. It’s true! But some of us had no childhood to waste. We were subject to forces beyond our control and became old before our time. Read More

Do You Love the Holidays? Do You Embrace them Even if You Don’t?
12 months ago

Do You Love the Holidays? Do You Embrace them Even if You Don’t?

By  •  Family

There are two kinds of people: those who adore the time-tested holiday traditions, the shopping, the wrapping, the cooking, the expectations… and those who, for whatever reason, don’t.

Of those who don’t, there are the ones who carry on anyway, and there are the ones who realize it’s okay not to conform, that they can make other choices. So, they do. Read More

Never Be Invisible Again! 3 Secrets to Being Seen After 60
1 year ago

Never Be Invisible Again! 3 Secrets to Being Seen After 60

By  •  Mindset

There’s a rumor circulating that after a certain age women disappear.

Not literally, of course, but for all practical purposes many older women feel overlooked, dismissed and ignored. Curiosity drove me to investigate why some of us fade out while others continue to be noticed.

But before I divulge the secrets to banishing the cloak of invisibility forever, I think it’s important to validate what happens to women as we leave menopause behind. Read More

Can You Ever Really Know Someone?
1 year ago

Can You Ever Really Know Someone?

My sister and I exchange emails at least once a week. Sometimes I’m shocked when I read her impressions of something I’ve said. It’s eye-opening and gives me a different lens through which to see myself. Read More