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It’s Never too Late to Bloom or Come Back as a Different Flower

[ 6 ] February 7, 2013

Are you stuck or in a mental funk this winter? Then go check out Debra Eve’s blog and book Late Bloomers, which is sure to inspire you or any boomer with a pulse to continue blooming and blossoming. Debra Blossomed at Age 30 and 46 What does your life look like if you had just […]

The Real Reason Older Men Date Younger Women

[ 10 ] September 10, 2012

This year I’ve polled lots of older men about who they date. These highly eligible boomer bachelors say age is not the deal breaker, weight is. The successful, handsome, fit men in their 50s and 60s that I’ve cornered to pick their brains say they prefer to date age appropriate women, but refuse to date […]

Mother’s Day Tribute (Part VII)

[ 0 ] May 11, 2012

“My mom is an amazing woman.  She’s 94 years old and going strong. She shares her love, strength, emotional support, and intellectual curiosity with me every single day. I have so many wonderful memories with her … From exploring the streets of northern Japan hand in hand when I was a child, to her taking […]

The Girl with the Dragon Poo Poo

[ 2 ] March 14, 2012

In the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, journalist Mikael Blomkvist gets research help finding a woman who has been missing for forty years by Lisbeth Salander, a young computer hacker. In my recent chapter, I get assistance from my nutritionist Dr. Kelli Austin to find my missing energy with the help of a five-day colon […]

Midlife Yogis Return With Shifted States of Mind

[ 1 ] January 18, 2012

  The midlife yogis are back. We stretched. We learned, We shifted. You can’t spend a week in the rainforest and not look at your life and the world differently. It’s a new year and if you want this year to be better than last year, make a shift. I left the rainforest knowing this […]

Retreat to Costa Rica for Enlightenment (Part II)

[ 2 ] January 12, 2012

We lost four midlife yogis this sixth day of our seven-day Costa Rica yoga retreat. Not to the Howler monkeys, jaguars, or heat, but Charles, Virginia, Carlos, and Molly had to return to their respective worlds and responsibilities. Seven of us remain steadfast in the rainforest still searching for our Dan-Tian, yogi’s edge (highest krama), […]