Do you feel just fine living by yourself, yet at the holidays, with all the hype and advertising, you sometimes feel painfully alone? Watch this. It’s goodness just for you.
I just heard from Sandra Butler of the 70 Candles group (women aged 70 and over) about her new book, co-authored with Nan Gefen: It Never Ends: Mothering Middle-Aged Women. Published by She Writes Press, the book is available on Amazon. This is a topic I […]
Contributing to the common good is one of the very best reasons for becoming more tech savvy. And it’s even better when your use of tech helps people in need (or the planet) at no cost to you, and via a process that makes your […]
Last year author Ginnah Howard came to the Women At Woodstock Writers Retreat and shared an illuminating hour with us – about the books she’s published, about the process of writing, about how she was able to define herself as a writer, and how it […]
I’m excited – and kind of proud – to announce that Roommates4Boomers was named one of the Top 75 Baby Boomer Blogs on the web by Feedspot! I say “kind of proud” because Roommates4Boomers is not my website – it was founded and is run […]
Predicted to be the best and brightest explosion of colors in years this season – and peaks right when we’re there for Women At Woodstock. Hurrah!
We’re not “old.” Not the way we saw our grandparents. We have active, connected, vibrant lives. Sure, one day we may stop working at our jobs, but we aren’t withdrawing from an involved life. We are young at heart and in spirit. Yes, we are. […]
A couple of weeks ago, Michelle Russell, Editor of Convene Magazine, sent me a message asking if she could interview me about our retreats – how they’re organized, how they’re different, why they work, why they change some women’s lives. “Me?” I thought. Why would […]
It’s fascinating to hear a published novelist talk about writing her first book. About doing it, not knowing if it ever will be published. About feeling that it must be better than anything ever, and therefore how do you actually write that? About writing the […]
To be honest, I usually cringe whenever I’m presented with something that AARP has produced. But this video got me thinking; Do I mentally discriminate against AARP because when I was 30, my reaction to it was, “AARP? Euyug. Old and out of touch.” Even […]