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Turning 50 threw me for a loop. It felt as though everything changed overnight. 
In my 20s, 30s and 40s, I charged ahead with life, first throwing myself into my career — I worked . . . Read More

My Blue Period

I’ve always been a bit of a late bloomer and never once have I referred to myself as an early adopter. Trends and . . . well . . . . . . Read More

What’s a ‘Chief Pundit’ You Ask?

So thrilled that FOF, a leading website for women over 45 invited me to come on board as their “Chief Pundit.”  I’ll be covering topics that are of interest and . . . Read More

Read the Report: Women, Health, Aging and Money

It seems we’re living in a country that penalizes women for: Taking time out of their own lives and careers to care for others Getting older Living longer than men . . . Read More

Are Marketers Still Ignoring the 50+ Demographic?

While marketers do continue to specifically target the “youth of America” — those who are between 18 and 34 — there seems to be a change in the wind . . . . Read More

How Necessity Became the Mother of Creativity

I know I should make up a much more interesting story. But, the truth is this: after a five mile run last week in Central Park with Gunther the Wonder . . . Read More

What Does Growing Bolder Mean to You?

I was a repeat guest on the GROWING BOLDER RADIO SHOW recently, with hosts Marc Middleton and Bill Shafer. In case you missed it . . . just click on . . . Read More

The Power of ‘Meditative Running’

Who knew that the secret to great health and happiness lies right at our feet? While trying to come to grips with the changes my body, mind, and life were . . . Read More

Lose the Clutter, Find Your Life? (Guest Blog on

The wonderful website — –which  is a blog by two women, Pamela Godwin and Karen Amster-Young, and their attempt at doing something new or different, facing challenges and moving forward in . . . Read More

Derailed by the ‘Mommy Track’? Ten Tips to Get Back to Work

It’s been over 20 years since Felice Schwartz published an intriguing and inflammatory article in the Harvard Business Review called “ Management Women and the New Facts of Life ,” which was immediately nicknamed the “Mommy Track.” Ms. Schwartz’s . . . Read More