Forget what so-and-so said about how someone of a certain age should look or sound or act or behave. In midlife, just as in every other phase of our life, “you do you” is an awesome principle to follow.
Author Nancy Davis Kho shares her year-long project writing a gratitude letter one week at a time, and how this project has permanently and profoundly changed how she views the world.
Can you say that you really have your own back? In the same way that you’re able to say that about a dear friend? Here’s how to recognize true self-loyalty and how we can strengthen it.
Mindset and resilience consultant, Shulamit Ber Levtov, discusses what stress really is, how our bodies respond to acute and chronic stress, plus the three principles of stress relief.
“If we can stay healthy and well, and avoid those diseases associated with the aging process, then our chances of being able to participate in things that we really enjoy, are so much better.” — Dr. Mickey Barber
Let’s pull back the curtains on menopause, level-set definitions, reality-check common perceptions about menopause, and talk strategies for making this phase of our lives not only easier for ourselves but magical, even!
Many of us have a midlife pivot or reinvention story. How we tell that story is about choosing which dots to connect and then sharing it in a way that serves us. It’s not about retelling incidents but rather crafting the story that gives meaning to our lived experiences.
“A big mistake I see experienced people make on their LinkedIn profiles or on their resumés in the summary at the top is to say ‘More than 20 years of experience.’ Please no. We don’t want to lead with our years of experience.”