Powerful Tools
for the second half of life


After we reach the second half of life, we can look back on our past and know that we are not the same person that we were 20 years ago. We are wiser, possess greater knowledge and make better life choices.

My website, blogs and e-newsletters will continually keep you informed and amused about the possibilities you have to create the experiences you want and give energy to everything you do as you live in this creative time.

woman in white dress shirt and gray pants standing beside green metal railings during daytime

Learn how to embrace your passion and creativity in the second half of life . . .

Keep Your Fork – Dessert is on the Way: Savoring the Second Half of Life

All my life I have enjoyed the guidance of self-help books. However, when it came to the second half of my life, I couldn't find one that gave me ideas on how to create a vibrant second half of life so I decided I'd write my own.

Keep Your Fork - Dessert is on the Way is an easy read which will give you opportunities to explore: 

True self-expression: Making choices looking at all the possibilities with clarity and courage
Spiritual Awareness: Exploring your connection to our creative source
Conscious Living: Clarifying your life purpose and how to make that a vibrant force in your life
Humor and Fun: Seeing the humor and mystery in your life experiences

Oliver Wendell Holmes said,

“Many people die with their music still in them. Why is this so? Too often it is because they are always getting ready to live. Before they know it, time has run out.”

Now is our time to live.

Barb Warner is a great guide on the passion trail.  She has mined her own life for its precious jewels and hands them out chapter by chapter in her book.  If you're wondering what to do with the rest of your life, you're sure to find some clues in Keep Your Fork-Dessert Is on the Way.
 Jan Phillips, author, No Ordinary Time, The Art of Original                                       Thinking


 Sign up to our newsletter and stay up to date

Don't worry, we won't send you too much content.


Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter.