By Suzanne Braun Levine
Ten classes to maximise creativity and happiness within the moment half lifeIn this inspiring new e-book, Suzanne Braun Levine follows her groundbreaking Inventing the remainder of Our Lives with clean insights, study, and sensible recommendation at the demanding situations and unforeseen rewards for ladies of their fifties and past. wealthy with anecdotes from front traces of self-reinvention, this publication captures the voices of girls who're confronting swap, renegotiating their relationships, and studying who they're now that they're eventually grown up. one of the classes are: ?“No?” isn't really a four-letter note, at the energizing energy of status up for what you suggest and what you will have; Do unto your self as you've been doing unto others, a brand new approach of having your self to the pinnacle of the to-do checklist; and Your marriage could make it, reassurance that altering your outlook doesn?’t need to suggest strolling clear of your marriage. formed via Levine?’s empathetic and full of life voice, this booklet is set knowledge, survival, pleasure, and camaraderie. It reads like a talk between ladies who be aware of what they're speaking approximately and need to percentage what they've got found.
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Extra resources for Fifty Is the New Fifty: Ten Life Lessons for Women in Second Adulthood
That includes accumulated baggage, especially expectations—about yourself, about others, about how your life is “supposed” to be. So what if you have never been an outdoor person? So what if you have always been counted on to take the minutes at a meeting? So what if you have always been so dignified? So what if you have gone to work in an office every day of your life? That was then. Now is now. Once the unnecessary carry-on is set down, it is much easier to take off into the wild blue yonder.
The first without the second creates a miasma of disappointment. The second, if it doesn’t incorporate the first, is frustrating and discouraging. A restlessness that creates a nonspecific itch to make changes is behind much of our seemingly random and unpredictable behavior. That urge to bring new elements into the mix of our lives, combined with a simultaneous desire to revise our established lifestyle, throws us off balance a lot of the time. Sometimes it is like falling down Alice’s rabbit hole: you don’t know which end is up.
I’d just turned 16, had never dated anyone seriously and I wanted to go to college. I voiced those facts. ” She said, “No. ” She was only 52. Mom then said she wanted to make sure I knew where she kept some important items. She showed me where she kept an insurance policy and other papers. Then she showed me her burial dress. It was pink and gray lace over a taffeta slip—so unlike anything I’d ever seen her wear that I was speechless. She zipped the dress back into its plastic garment bag. There it stayed, moving with her to five different states over the next 26 years, until she died at age 78.