We are excited–and challenged–to be offering in person workshops again. Excited because it’s the best way to connect and share with like-minded souls seeking to age consciously and intentionally. Challenged because we lost our momentum when COVID became the dictator of our reality. The thrust of our Nov. 15 workshop is “Meaning Making in (and[…]
Reading through journal entries from the last 3 years I had an insight that aging offers us the same life altering opportunity as did the Covid era. As Covid-19 advanced, and insinuated itself into our day to day reality, many people experienced fear, confusion, and uncertainty. They suffered imposed isolation with feelings of ennui, uneasiness,[…]
In my relatively new retirement phase I am re-reading Creative Aging: Rethinking Retirement and Non-Retirement in a Changing World by Marjory Zoet Bankson. Bankson gave me pause when she used the phrase, “carry the ambitions of others” (Creative Aging p7) as she wrote about many of us “looking for ways to slow down and[…]
Retirement is wonderful. Despite what I see as competing demands on my time necessitating constant scheduling, the past six months have been refreshing. Everything I am doing is what I think I want to be doing yet the trick remains parceling out 24 hours in a day to incorporate spouse, grandkids, kids, friends, employers that[…]
I am old The blessings of age ready to pick Thrive Survive Create and share Wisdom and experience Open to growing, learning, embracing Closer than ever to understanding More Always more.