Midlifers really like Pinterest.  In fact, according to Ignite Social Media, 53% of Pinterest users fall between thirty-five and fifty-four years of age.  What's more, 80% of all users are women.  So, it's safe to say female midlifers are big...
Enjoy this informative guest post by nationally recognized life strategist, Randi Levin. The #1 secret to understanding and effectively living a grateful life is in your acceptance that gratitude is not a one-and-done fleeting thought fueled by Thanksgiving. Instead, it...
Pioneering sitcom writer, Susan Silver, thrived climbing over obstacles and breaking down barriers throughout her life.  Her often glamorous career began in the sixties when professional opportunities for women were limited to those of secretary or telephone operator.  However,...
On the heels of my first post in a series of resources for Midlifers and Boomers, I've composed a list of targeted Facebook pages for the woman over forty.  They range from well-known, popular pages to obscure, smaller ones. As long...
To whom do you turn for support and resources as a woman over forty?  Do you confide in family members, neighbors, co-workers, or high school friends? Perhaps the answer is no one. As midlifers, we experience daily challenges particular to...
There are few things in life more spirit crushing than significant financial debt.  The constant fear of family and coworkers discovering your shameful secret taxes your energy.  Not to mention the hopelessness you feel as your situation spins out of control...
Imagine, if you will, you have about ten years remaining on this Earth.  It could actually be a few months more or less.  The point is, you know with absolute certainty you have approximately a decade to look forward...
I thoroughly enjoy midlife.  I didn't think I would at first.  Father Time dragged me kicking and screaming into my forties, but I've embraced this experience now.  Everything my mother and grandmothers told me about this chapter in life's story is true....
When I was a little girl, I knew men made more money than women and almost always held higher positions too.  It was a fact of life.  In my neighborhood, fathers were the main breadwinners while mothers either stayed...
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