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Are You in the Reality Phase After Divorce?

By Donna McGoff February 28, 2023

If you’ve been reading about The Road Through Recovery after divorce, it is an easy, sensible way to pinpoint exactly where we are “stuck” or “in pain.” There are five phases within it. It is a cycle of feelings we experience in the divorce recovery process…

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4 Creative Ways to Say “No” When People Make Requests for Your Time

By Sheryl Nicholson February 24, 2023

Have you received more requests lately because you have retired, or work from home? People often think that since you are not going in to a 9 to 5 job, you are available to meet their needs. Have you been asked to make grocery and doctor trips…

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Journaling: I Challenge You to Do ‘The Write’ Thing

By Karen Spencer February 05, 2023

I love a good challenge. What about you? Whenever I read about some study that has been done, and the researchers show results in a month or less; then that makes me feel like I want to take on the challenge. For example, I just recently tried…

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4 Ways to Do What You Should Instead of What You Want

By Shari Broder February 02, 2023

So you’ve decided you’re going to finally lose those post-menopausal pounds. Starting today, you’re going to eat better. You make a yummy salad and bring it to work for lunch. You vow to cut down on sweets and exercise for an hour three times a week…

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Are You Stuck in the Remorse Phase After Divorce?

By Donna McGoff January 24, 2023

The Road Through Recovery after divorce starts with pinpointing exactly where we are “stuck” or “in pain.” There are five phases within it. It is a cycle of feelings we experience in the divorce recovery process. You may be stuck in the Rejection phase…

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Childhood Fears Still Holding You Back? It’s Never Too Late to Overcome Them!

By Candace Johnson January 22, 2023

Was there something you really, really wanted to do when you were younger, but you walked away from it because you didn’t think you could do it? I loved to write. I mean, I loved it. I kept diaries, I had literally dozens of pen pals all over the world…

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9 Best Eyeshadows for Older Skin

By Sandra Roussy January 20, 2023

Makeup trends and eyeshadow colors go in and out of style. At our age, we have seen many of these trends come and go and sometimes even come back. I went through phases where there were periods that I couldn’t leave…

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Piano Lessons for Beginners: Let Our Classes Begin

By Gaili Schoen January 18, 2023

If you have always wanted to learn how to play the piano, regretted quitting piano lessons, or have heard that playing a musical instrument keeps your brain sharp, today our Free Video Piano Classes are beginning, and I hope you will join the fun!

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3 Pointers on How to Cope with Planning for a Good Death

By Jane Duncan Rogers January 12, 2023

This is a photo I took of my parents’ joint funeral. Unbelievably, they both died in the same week, in their sleep, aged 86 and 84. My dad had had a stroke a year previously and hadn’t been doing too well, so it wasn’t entirely unexpected…

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5 Ways to Celebrate 60 and Beyond!

By Susan Cox January 09, 2023

As we ring in another year, I think it’s important that we keep the celebration alive way beyond the first weeks of January. I don’t know about you, but I really had no idea what to expect as I entered ‘Midlife’. I never really thought about it because…

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