Tuesday, June 30, 2015
It's funny how there were certain things that, as a young girl, I looked forward to with longing and couldn't wait to happen. Yet, once they happened, the thrill wore off quickly. For instance, I couldn't wait to get my period. I couldn't wait to finally be able to call myself a "teenager." I couldn't wait to earn my own money. (Well, that thrill still lives on).
I couldn't wait to shave.
Your World at Home
Monday, June 29, 2015
Some think of growing older with a sense of appreciation. They feel liberated, proud, vital—and even happier. They flourish. They get to spend more time with their families, travel more for pleasure and have more time to devote to hobbies, volunteer work or even starting a new career. Yet others associate aging with the word "invisible." They think their opinions matter little; they feel cast aside and disparaged. They fear illness, disability and memory loss.
Sunday, June 28, 2015
This week, I was pleased to be interviewed by Bill Magill, founder of the Interprize Group, which helps "post-career individuals achieve their grand, legacy ambitions while leading deeper, more mindful lives."
Wellness in Practice
Thursday, June 25, 2015
by Stephanie Setliff, MDMedical Director, Eating Recovery Center of Dallas
Real Women, Real Stories
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
by Jean Peacock
It's not often a woman meets the man of her dreams when she's in her 60s, but that's exactly what happened to me. Just a year ago, I married the most wonderful man in the world. Bill is everything I've ever wished for in a husband.