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13 hours ago

Embracing Rebirth, Redirection, and Meaning This Spring Season

I have a deep affection for winter. There’s something about the crisp air, the blanket of snow, and the cozy evenings spent nestled on the couch with a warm, soft blanket that fills me with contentment and joy. However, as spring approaches…

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3 days ago

What’s the Real Deal with Reflection Journaling?

Ever since I was a young girl, I’ve journaled. At eight and nine years old, it was a pretty pink diary with a lock and key that I would fill with my thoughts and poems and then replace with a new diary when it became full…

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4 days ago

Can You See New Possibilities Past 60? 9 Crafty Ways to Enrich Your Life

We are well into the new year. Has life already become routine for you? These ultra-cold days of winter can make us feel limited and cooped up. Don’t forget that life has infinite possibilities! But most of us believe that we don’t have many options available to us…

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1 week ago

Live Your Own Adventure

Remember those “Choose Your Own Adventure” ® books by Chooseco? What if we looked at our post-fulltime life like that? After all, there are phases to retirement – from honeymoon to disenchantment to reorientation. Sometimes, there is no honeymoon…

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1 week ago

Journaling Your Way to Self-Love (VIDEO)

When was the last time you wrote yourself a love letter? When was the last time you lovingly looked upon yourself in a mirror and spoke positively to yourself? For some, the answer could be as recent as this morning. For many women over 60…

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2 weeks ago

Is Everyday Happiness Like Your Favorite Pair of Jeans?

When you reach for your pair of everyday jeans, what are they like? Mine are soft and feel lived in. I love this comfy go to pair because when I slip into them, I know I’m home. Yes, they are commonplace, nothing special about them anymore…

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2 weeks ago

7 Steps to Get Out of Your Own Way… So You Can Get More from Life After 60

Have you vowed a million times to stop doing certain things, but you keep doing them anyway? Like, you swore you were going to lose some weight and stop snacking in front of the TV after dinner, but you still do it?

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2 weeks ago

The Paradox of Living Life

Landing here with suspicious alacrity, just peruse the landscape; it looks completely different than the tour guide in more youthful times said it would be. Life was complicated as a teenager, wasn’t it? With hormones sloshing around…

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2 weeks ago

Working in Retirement: The 3 Rs That Will Help You Find Your Passion

Many of us do not even consider stopping work as an option in retirement. We may plan to work in a different way, different hours, or even utilizing totally different skills. I find exciting the notion that many of us decide to use this opportunity…

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2 weeks ago

Accepting the Face in the Mirror

I was in my early 50s when I went to South Korea to visit my daughter who was teaching English at Yeugnam University in Taegu. We were invited to the home of the head of her department and served soju, a drink guaranteed…

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