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Too Much of a Good Thing is Wonderful: Limitations to Modify Our Dreams Restricts Possibilities

Do you remember the Back to the Future movies? Michael J. Fox starred in the three blockbuster films in the 1980s. As we plan the second half of our life, this title has major implications. Sometimes we tend to plan … Continue reading

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What Makes Your Heart Sing – Nurture What Is Unique About You

I have discovered that the second half of life is a gift. I am probably, for the first time in my life, growing into becoming the person I have always wanted to be. It is time now for me to openly change my story. This is time for my coming out party to begin. Continue reading

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Later Is Now: Experiences Relegated as Off Limits by Fear are Ones Holding the Most Promise for Discovery

In our earlier years, whenever we felt passionate about something that was out of our comfort zone, we may have written it on a mental note and tucked it in the drawer labeled, To Be Addressed Later. We may have … Continue reading

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Grateful For Choice

When I first retired several years ago I couldn’t find any meaning in my life which gave me peace.  There was something more that I needed to do but I didn’t have a clue as to what that was.  Was … Continue reading

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JFK’s Gift

It was fifty years ago today that I was in my Humanities class and heard that President Kennedy was shot.  I went with my professor Dr. Sweetland to the staff lounge and we sat and watched Walter Cronkite announce that … Continue reading

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The Sweet, the Sour, the Red, the White and the Chocolate – Savoring A Life Well Lived

Today I’ll write the title for this blog at the end as I’m not completely sure where my thoughts are going to end up.  I often wake in the morning feeling fear of not having enough money for the rest … Continue reading

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