For Gen Xers, retirement may seem like a long way off. Is traditional retirement possible? Or is there something else you should focus on instead? In today’s world, retirement should not be your goal. Here’s why.
When Journaling Becomes Digitized – Visioning and Tracking Where You’ve Been To Set a Course For The Future
I’m a big believer in vision boarding. In fact, I think journaling is a lot like visioning, putting your desires and goals on an action board ready to move forward with. Lately I’ve taken it to the next level, and started recording my dreams and desires digitally – it’s a new way to track what you want and set a course for your future.
It’s the month of love. We focus so much of our attention on the people in our lives – our spouses, partners, kids, parents, friends – that sometimes we forget to indulge in a little self love too. How much love are you sharing with yourself? Here’s a little push to get you back on track.
Want a happy, more content life? Maybe it’s time to develop a new routine. When you sit down to journal each day, you’ll discover parts of yourself you didn’t know existed. Start journaling today.
This is the year I’m changing my words, being conscious of what I say. If you want to develop a ProAging lifestyle, it starts with your thoughts and beliefs.
After staying in place with a pandemic breaking out all around you, the last thing you may have worried about was your eating habits or exercise routine. Yet that act may cost you in how healthy you are in the long run. Plant-Based health is the easiest way to focus on your health here in midlife now and long after the pandemic is gone.
A lot of women in midlife are questioning everything. You too? If you’re ready to change your lifestyle, it might begin with changing your words and mindset first. Become a proage woman who is ready to give her second act her best yet.
Have you ever stopped yourself from doing something because of your age? It may be preventing you from dreaming big and being the best version of yourself. It’s time to stop dwelling on the past, or living for the future. Here are four things you shouldn’t tell yourself about your age.
This year has triggered a little voice deep inside that says: be sad. It’s hard not to with all that’s happened. It takes work to tamp that sad feeling down, and choose to be happy instead. Here’s how I’m doing it.
If you want to live your life more on track, setting intentions will help you achieve more. I’ve been setting a word of the year for a decade now, and here’s what I’ll be focusing on in 2021. In this post, I’ll help you discover why setting word of the year is especially important in midlife, and help you choose your own word too.