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5 Types of Friends Every Woman Over 50 Needs
(and How to Find Them)
Hi, I'm Margie - Welcome!
Are you a late bloomer? Do you want your years after 50 to be your best ones? Either way, you’ve come to the right place.
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Let’s go together on this journey to live life fearlessly and fiercely, mermaid!
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I read and loved the book The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters, by Priya Parker and wrote a blog post about it. I so enjoyed what I learned from this book that I was inspired to seek an interview with the author, and the Q&A was published on Next Avenue
Are you an introvert or an extrovert? You’ve probably wondered this about yourself. It’s likely you’ve been asked this question. Maybe you’ve even picked up on the trend that introverts are now “cool,” from bestselling books like Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, by Susan Cain. It’s easy to
Are you a hot mama like me? By hot, I mean do you suffer from night sweats and hot flashes from menopause? If so, you’ll love this sleepwear! Created by an over-50 mermaid (yay!), these nightgowns and pajamas by Cool-jams wick away the moisture, and keep you cool and comfortable. I’ve been wearing this sleepwear
Earlier this year, I read the book The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters, by Priya Parker and wrote a blog post about it. I so enjoyed what I learned from this book that I was inspired to seek an interview with the author, and the Q&A will be was published
One of the highlights of every week is my Yin Yoga class with fellow mermaid Heather Berg, of Soul Garden Yoga. Yin Yoga is a type of yoga that includes stretching, meditation and relaxation. Since many of the poses are held for several minutes at a time, Heather provides snippets of yoga wisdom throughout. In
The other day my daughter started telling me something negative that happened to her. Before she got deep into her story I asked, “Are you venting, or do you want my advice?” She answered, “Venting.” That was one of my better parenting moments. But I’ve been guilty of interjecting my thoughts, ideas, feedback, etc. when