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About Joan Frances Moran

Joan Moran is a keynote speaker, commanding the stage with her delightful humor, raw energy, and wealth of life experiences. She is an expert on wellness and is passionate about addressing the problems of mental inertia. A yoga instructor, Joan is the author of her wise and funny memoir, "60, Sex, & Tango, Confessions of a Beatnik Boomer" and "I'm the Boss of Me! Stay Sexy, Smart & Strong At Any Age". Her latest book, a thriller titled “An Accidental Cuban” is now available on Amazon. Check out Joan's website http://www.joanfrancesmoran.com and follow on Twitter @joanfmoran.
Latest Posts | By Joan Frances Moran
You Deserve More! It’s Time to Get What You Want from Life After 60
2 years ago

You Deserve More! It’s Time to Get What You Want from Life After 60

Freeze frame your life. Ask yourself if you are living the life you deserve and want. Don’t tell me your answer yet. Tell yourself that answer. Read More

5 Reflections on Speaking Your Truth
2 years ago

5 Reflections on Speaking Your Truth

Speaking your truth will surely piss some people off and that’s a good thing. It’s time now, in your boomer years, to live your life the way you want to – the way you feel – yet always, of course, with reason and kindness. Read More

Looking Into the Future: What’s in Your Human Survival Kit?
3 years ago

Looking Into the Future: What’s in Your Human Survival Kit?

Wouldn’t it be lovely to have a human survival kit in your possession?

The kit would answer the most important questions about your life: How will your life end? Will you find love? Will you be fulfilled emotionally and psychologically? Will you have enough money to live until 90, or even 100? Will your children be happy and successful? Read More

5 Subtle Habits to Embrace this Year if You Want to Find Happiness
3 years ago

5 Subtle Habits to Embrace this Year if You Want to Find Happiness

I’m on a happiness kick as 2017 begins. As intuitive and intelligent people, you know that happiness is a choice. And you undoubtedly get up every day and make a choice to be happy throughout your day.

But some days you just can’t turn on that happiness light. The button is stuck in the off mode. Read More

10 Questions to Help You Measure Your Awesome Life After 60
3 years ago

10 Questions to Help You Measure Your Awesome Life After 60

It’s rare that you have time to reflect on your life.

Self-reflection is a considered a luxury these days instead of a necessity. You rush from pillar to post and the minutes tick by until the end of the day when you literally fall into bed, into a stupor of dreams or no sleep at all because the mind chatter won’t stop spinning. Read More

Sowing the Seeds of Autumn: Practicing Balance
3 years ago

Sowing the Seeds of Autumn: Practicing Balance

Season alert: autumn has arrived. This is my favorite season because it feels abundantly joyful. In a spiritual sense, autumn is about taking inventory and making an assessment of where you are on your life’s path. Read More

What Does Personal Growth and Transformation Mean for Women Over 60?
3 years ago

What Does Personal Growth and Transformation Mean for Women Over 60?

It can be infuriating to answer a question with a question. But if you think about the idea of personal growth and transformation as a journey that is in flux every decade of your life, it makes sense to ask one more follow up question. Or, at least, it does to me. Read More

5 Ways to Dramatically Reduce Stress and Find Balance in Life After 60
3 years ago

5 Ways to Dramatically Reduce Stress and Find Balance in Life After 60

I’ve spent a lifetime aging. And, if you are part of the boomer generation, you know what I mean.

Sometimes the decades go by and you wake up and you’re 64! How did that happen? Where did the time go? Read More

Gaining Confidence with Age: You Are Perfect Just the Way You Are
3 years ago

Gaining Confidence with Age: You Are Perfect Just the Way You Are

An old friend of mine from over a decade asked me to dance the other night. I have danced Argentine tango for over 20 years. However, each time a beautiful and elegant dancer asks me to dance, I am honored and full of anticipation and joy. I also wanted those next four tangos to be danced perfectly. Read More

Why Boomers Need to Get Better at Asking the Tough Questions
3 years ago

Why Boomers Need to Get Better at Asking the Tough Questions

We all have fears that stop us from thinking about the really important things. Read More