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About Lynn Clare

Lynn Clare is a freelance writer living in Denver, Colorado. She is an avid traveler and loves writing about her adventures for women who travel solo at http://www.Womens-Independent-Travel.com
Latest Posts | By Lynn Clare
What I Learned While Looking for Dolphins
1 month ago

What I Learned While Looking for Dolphins

By  •  Mindset

Several years ago, when I was living in Florida, I rented a beautiful condo on the river. The lanai overlooked the water, where I could see boats, kayaks, and all sorts of wildlife. My neighbors told me to watch for the dolphins that come around…
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One Traveler’s Experience of Finding Joy in Isolation
3 months ago

One Traveler’s Experience of Finding Joy in Isolation

By  •  Lifestyle

When the pandemic first hit the U.S. in 2020, like so many others, I wondered how I would cope. Would this be a devastating hardship, or could it be an opportunity to look at life in a different way? There were so many unknowns that business…
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Life Begins When We Learn the Meaning of Gratitude
5 months ago

Life Begins When We Learn the Meaning of Gratitude

By  •  Mindset

We’ve all heard it many times and many different ways during our lives. Count your blessings, give thanks, feel lucky for what you have, think of people who don’t have as much. We understand the words, but seldom do we stop to think…
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Suitcase Closet Clearing – or How I Got My Closet in Order
7 months ago

Suitcase Closet Clearing – or How I Got My Closet in Order

By  •  Lifestyle

No matter how often I clean out my closet, I always seem to accumulate more clothes than I ever need. Some old, some new, and most that I know I will never wear. Every time the season changes, I set a new goal of clearing out the excess…
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3 Things to Remember When Taking the First Step Towards Retirement
9 months ago

3 Things to Remember When Taking the First Step Towards Retirement

By  •  Lifestyle

I’m learning each day to look forward to what is coming as I stand where I am today. Being present in my life right here and now has created an appreciation for all that I have and an eagerness for what is yet to come. Every change I make takes me to that new and exciting place. Read More

Finding Your Path After 60 with Purpose and Heart
1 year ago

Finding Your Path After 60 with Purpose and Heart

By  •  Mindset

As we age, it becomes apparent that we must create new lives. Will we change careers, begin retirement, travel, downsize or stay where we are? Read More

3 Ways Our Travel Needs Change After 60
2 years ago

3 Ways Our Travel Needs Change After 60

By  •  Travel

Still basking in the afterglow of my recent trip to France, it reminds me of how I used to travel when I was younger. Rushing from place to place, trying to see and do everything I could possibly squeeze into whatever time I had…
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5 Vacation Planning Tips for Dynamic Older Travelers
2 years ago

5 Vacation Planning Tips for Dynamic Older Travelers

By  •  Travel

So, you’ve just booked your fantastic holiday or family vacation – now what? Getting ready to leave is much more complicated than just packing.

There are so many arrangements that need to be made before leaving home. It doesn’t matter if it is for a few days or a few weeks, there are some things you need to remember to do. Read More

5 Travel Safety Tips for Women Traveling Solo
2 years ago

5 Travel Safety Tips for Women Traveling Solo

By  •  Travel

Traveling the world on my own gives me such a sense of joy and freedom. It is a fantastic way to meet wonderful people, while having new experiences. At the same time, I have learned that it is very important to know how to be safe so I can continue on my wonderful adventures. Here are a few travel safety tips that I have learned along the way. Read More

How Low Can You Go: 10 Items Older Women Must Take on a Week-long Cruise
2 years ago

How Low Can You Go: 10 Items Older Women Must Take on a Week-long Cruise

By  •  Travel

I have long been an advocate of packing light. It has saved me more headaches than I can count. There have been times when I decided it was necessary to take a little more ‘just in case’ and I always regretted it. Read More