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How to Make the Best Matcha Green Tea
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How to Make the Best Matcha Green Tea

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Matcha seems to be increasingly popular at the moment with more and more people drinking it, especially as they get older. Read More

My Summer of Love with Martha and Mary
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My Summer of Love with Martha and Mary

You may be familiar with the Biblical story of Martha and Mary. Mary is sitting quietly at the feet of Jesus, absorbing his wisdom, and Martha is orchestrating the events of the evening and making sure there is food on the table…
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September Book Recommendations from a Dedicated Bibliophile
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September Book Recommendations from a Dedicated Bibliophile

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Even as a kid, I couldn’t wait for the school year to begin. Goodbye to the lazy summer days of reading on the porch with no homework or strict bedtimes. Hello to fresh pencils, new shoes and haircuts, and a different assortment…
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Don’t Be Afraid to Retire Solo – You Are Not Alone!
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Don’t Be Afraid to Retire Solo – You Are Not Alone!

I recently gave myself permission to retire solo.

I had been spending a lot of time thinking about what the future would look like for me as a single woman and a solo entrepreneur. (I am solo both personally and professionally.) Read More

How to Align Your Home with Your Heart
2 weeks ago

How to Align Your Home with Your Heart

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Your home is intended to be your friend and safe place – comfortable and easy to be around, as well as a support to face the stress and tension beyond the front door. It is meant to be a personal, nourishing space where you…
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How to Write A Memoir – From Free Writing to Manuscript
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How to Write A Memoir – From Free Writing to Manuscript

In this time of shelter-in-place, many of us have turned to gardening, baking, or writing to help us stay focused and grounded. I have done all of those things, but mostly I write. Writing is how I make meaning out of seemingly meaningless…
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You Can’t Live the Life of Your Dreams If They Aren’t Your Dreams
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You Can’t Live the Life of Your Dreams If They Aren’t Your Dreams

I signed divorce papers today, ending a 35-year commitment. It’s something I never thought I’d be: twice divorced. But at 60-something, I was looking at an unhappy last third of my life. I’ve been called selfish for choosing…
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How Well Do You Handle Modern Communication?
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How Well Do You Handle Modern Communication?

When most of us were young, there were very few ways of communicating with people who didn’t live nearby. There were handwritten letters (remember them?), there was the house phone, and, in an emergency…
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Are Older Drivers Dangerous? How to Sharpen Your Driving Skills After 60
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Are Older Drivers Dangerous? How to Sharpen Your Driving Skills After 60

I can still remember how excited I was when I got my driving license. In addition to giving me an enormous sense of pride and independence, it also was tangible proof that I was now really a “grown up” with all the rights and privileges that came with it. Read More

5 Things to Do When You Have a Little Down Time After 60
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5 Things to Do When You Have a Little Down Time After 60

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Have you been laid off recently? When that happened to me a couple of years ago, it was something that I both wanted – and welcomed. But I also found myself struggling to adjust to that new life. Read More