Midlife Crisis

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

Kale: The Answer to Just About . . . Everything?

I just read the FUNNIEST article on slate.com which simply must be shared.  But first, here’s a short blog I wrote last year about my addiction.

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

Life After 50: The Best is Yet to Come

In this youth-centric world in which we live, it isn’t always easy to age with confidence. But, as this writer from “Psychologies” magazine put it, “As we grow older, there’s every reason to believe that the best is yet to come.”

Say Less . . . Mean More: The Power of One Small Word

No matter how tough life gets . . . there’s always something to YAY! about.

Move Your Body!!!

Washington Post writer Esther Cepeda interviewed me last week for this article about women and fitness.  The real question she had was this: Why are Americans so out-of-shape?

Aging With Health, Beauty and Peace of Mind

It’s human nature to always be ready to jump on the next “new thing” . . . whether it’s a diet that everyone is raving about, an exercise program that . . . Read More

Will You Still Shop at Wal-Mart?

I was  never a Wal-Mart shopper anyway. Target is much more to my liking. And now that the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of big business over women . . . . Read More

Lose the Clutter, Find Your Life? (Guest Blog on the52Weeks.com)

The wonderful website — www.the52Weeks.com –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

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