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Get Involved

Get Involved   Well, I have been avoiding the political season…in this blog. Mainly because I want to focus on positive things and support our growth as we age…ever so gently…hopefully! However the current political scene is historic and we are all a part of it. Even if you don’t watch TV or read the political news…it is affecting all of us. In my twenties I supported the League of Women Voters…I was 18 when the legal age to register to vote was lowered from 21 to 18. The thought was that since we as a nation were not...

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Shaking the Blues Away

Shaking the Blues Away Sometimes in life I think it is important to shake things up. It is so easy to settle into our routines and habits and life can become mundane and stagnant. Recently I had the opportunity to experience something way out of my wheelhouse. I wrote and distributed a press release and my compensation was attendance at the event I promoted. I had very little idea about what to expect. I did watch a documentary on the teacher, “Moving from Emptiness: the Life and Art of a Zen Dude.” So I watched Alok playfully guiding his...

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Savvy At 60

Have you ever wondered, is that all there is? Savvy at 60 is where I share my reflections on life. It’s about how to stay relevant while aging gracefully. We may not be able to do everything we once did, but there are new and exciting joys to explore.

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Writing is not a matter of choice. Writers have to write. It is somehow in their temperament, in the blood, in tradition. N. Scott Momaday

But with writers, there's nothing wrong with melancholy. It's an important color in writing. Paul McCartney