In this episode of the Sixty and Me Show, I enjoyed a lively conversation with Nancy Mueller, a vivacious and dynamic member of the Sixty and Me Community.
Nancy has great spirit and energy. She is also a mistress of re-invention, having taken on many career and personal challenges in her life. Enjoy the show!
We talk about how she crafted a career based on her passions, starting with teaching English as a second language and then moving into diversity training and corporate cross-cultural communications. Fueled by her underlying passion for travel, Nancy shares how her work evolved into a travel writing career.
Nancy blogs as ‘Wanderboomer’ for Wanderlust and Lipstick, a site for active and adventurous women over 50. In our interview, she also shares her decision to adopt a daughter at the age of 49.
Like many women in the community, Nancy is a product of many decades of experimentation, work experience, and travel. In our conversation we talk about breaking down stereotypes, stepping up and embracing change and taking risks that align with our true selves.
I hope you enjoy our conversation and please share your thoughts on the subject of re-invention over 60 in the comments below. What changes have you made in your life since turning 60 and what did you learn in the process?