We all have fears that stop us from thinking about the really important things.
Whatever you think of Hillary Clinton, there is no question that if she is nominated to run for the White House, it will mark an historic occasion for women in America.
Do you consider yourself to be a woman of your word? Are you the one who always keeps promises to herself and to everyone else as well?
June 9th, 2016 was one of best days of my life. From 9am – 10am Pacific time, we held our first Sixty and Me live chat on Facebook.
Think back to your early life and try to remember the girl or woman you looked up to. Was she a funny aunt or a favorite teacher? Or, was she a pop star or a main character from the books you read? Very likely, she inspired you and you wanted to be just like her. Why was that?
You know that elusive light that hovers over the wetlands in the twilight? It moves around and changes color, much as meteors do…
Sometimes, depending on someone’s culture or upbringing, curiosity can take on a negative meaning, such as being intrusive. It can also, however, be seen as a positive trait, meaning awareness, observance or seeking new information.
The longer I live, the more I am amazed at the way the paths of life interweave and lead us down highways and byways we never knew existed.
How many times do we avoid doing something because we decide that it’s impossible? My sister, Ruth, came up with the following amazing example.
I love quotes that are are assigned to unknown authors. We never know where they came from or the kind of person who wrote them.