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Nine Ways To Stamp Out Ageism


Self-Discovery Thought Leader: Joan Senio Ageism, the discrimination and stereotyping based on age, often affects women over 50. It manifests in various ways, such as exclusion from job opportunities or […]

Ways To Identify Domestic Abuse And Craft An Exit Strategy

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Empowered Divorce Thought Leader: Beverly Price The issue of domestic violence poses a grave concern for numerous women. It is imperative to be able to identify the indicators of an […]

Update Your Style For Fall Without A Shopping Haul

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Style Confidence: Elysha Lenkin Isn’t fall the best for fashion? After sweating it out in the heat of summer, I’m so ready for some leather and boots! If you’re thinking […]

Get Moving In Midlife – Drive Your Fitness

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Midlife Fitness: Lesley McShane September 27th is National Women’s Fitness Day. This means you – no matter your age. Release the urge to say that you can’t get fit or […]

Having The Talk: Keys To A Successful Conversation About Assisted Living

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Elder Care Thought Leader: Cynthia Perthuis This article is part of a series called “Having The Talk.” Preparing Conversation About Assisted Living: For article one where we discussed making the […]

Understanding Feelings – What Are We Missing?

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Career Kuel Thought Leader: Gayle Petrillo Time flies by, doesn’t it? Each day ends in a blink of an eye.  Rethinking Yesterday: We often worry about what we said, what […]

I’m My Own Biggest Obstacle


Parent Coach for Moms of Teens: Fern Weis I’m my own biggest obstacle. It’s true. My biggest obstacle is me. Yes, life and the world can throw me off kilter […]

Moving On From The Death Of A Close Friend

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Small Space Fitness: Cat Corchado One of the drawbacks of getting older is losing those that we love – especially friends and family. I recently lost my dearest friend Vanita […]

The End Of Your Marriage, The Hidden Grief

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Divorce and Transitions: Mardi Winder-Adams One of the unexpected issues that many women and men experience after a divorce is the ongoing sense of genuine sadness and loss for the […]