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Recalculate

[ 0 ] September 17, 2013

If you’ve ever missed a turn while using GPS, you’ll hear this word until you get it right, “Recalculating.” While driving through Philadelphia, Pa., to Wayne and Atglen, I heard that word more than “please” from a child in a pet store. I’m geographically impaired, despite modern-day tools like Mapquest on my phone and a […]

5 Brave Women Decide It’s Time to Move On

[ 0 ] September 13, 2012

Einstein said it best: The endless repetition of the same experiments, in the hope of obtaining a different result is insanity. If you’re a red-blooded woman, chances are you give everything your all: your work, your marriage, your children, your civic commitment, and the care of your compost pile. It’s 110% or to hell with […]

Dare to Think Bigger Dammit

[ 0 ] September 6, 2012

This is your midlife wakeup call. Join me in making 3 Daring Actions each month. Not small, safe actions. Big, bold, mouth-dropping, nearly unachievable actions. Not only will the power of three be in your favor. So will I and the rest of my Monas who will be digging deep and grabbing for outrageous rewards […]

Top Money Mistakes Women Make

[ 0 ] August 15, 2012

I don’t know which pains me more – seeing how far I’m behind with my retirement savings or hearing horror stories from women who are divorcing who are financially destroyed because of something their husbands did. One woman will owe the IRS for the next decade trying to pay off the back taxes her husband […]

How to Die Without Regrets

[ 5 ] July 22, 2012

Have you cried yourself to sleep thinking about the one you let get away. Have you ever kicked yourself hard for not saying what you felt when you had the window but the window is now caulked and sealed? Does something from your past seem so close you can still smell it but yet so […]

How to Start Over Without the Drama

[ 1 ] June 28, 2012

Repeat after me, “I am full of joy. I am content. I am enough.” This is cleansing, soothing midlife affirmation you can repeat often if you are addicted to the Western rush of drama. I know I was. Peter, our marvelous spiritual guide, guru, and guest writer, shares his priceless insights and how to free […]

Using the Past to Begin Anew

[ 0 ] June 26, 2012

In this age of multiple marriages and serial relationships, it’s hard not to emerge unscathed without at least one relationship in your baggage that you deeply regret. It’s the one where you wonder, “How did an intelligent woman like me ever get involved in such a relationship?” or “How did something so good become so […]

Tossing the Junk Drawer of Your Life and Putting Things Back Together Right

[ 1 ] June 21, 2012

Two years ago I tossed the junk drawer of my life by leaving a 14-year relationship, selling my business and moving to the country. In essence I completely wiped the slate clean, ran into the arms of another man, then wisely took a year off to contemplate my cyclical behavior, dissatisfaction and what my life […]

12 Steps to a Magnificent Midlife

[ 0 ] June 14, 2012

Unless you’re June Cleaver, you’ve experienced a few hard knocks along the way before arriving at midlife. Here’s a spin off of the 12-step program to read and repeat as often as necessary when you’re experience midlife turbulence.   STEP ONE           Admit you are powerless over aging and focus on […]

Know that Your Life is Unfolding as Planned

[ 0 ] May 15, 2012

“Learn to get in touch with the silence within yourself and know that everything in this life has a purpose. There are no mistakes, no coincidences. All events are blessings given to us to learn from.” ~  Elisabeth Kübler-Ross Get Your Free Reinvent Your Look eBook! I believe that you are experiencing the best time of […]