Women growing older with grace and gusto

What about tomorrow?

I bet you thought that for this third stop in our time machine we were going to travel to the future, didn’t you? Well we are, but only to tomorrow. More about that in a minute. Don’t live in the future I don’t know about you, but I spend too much energy imagining what the… Continue Reading

Time machine: to the present

Last Friday’s post invited you to travel back to your teenage years and ask that younger self a number of probing questions. Who are you right now? Today, let’s climb into that time machine again and travel to the present. Now I’m just guessing, but I suspect that much of your life today is far… Continue Reading

Travel in a time machine

So catch me if you can I’m goin’ back Dusty Springfield (song written by Carole King) In my post Growing older disgracefully, I pointed out that one of the major advantages of getting older is the opportunity to pause, take stock of our lives, to adjust our path and reinvent ourselves. Explore your early hopes… Continue Reading

Growing older disgracefully

If you obey all the rules, you miss all the fun Katherine Hepburn I‘m so glad you’re here, reading this first blog post on my new site for women wanting to grow older on our own terms. Have you ever felt a frisson of rebellion at the idea of aging elegantly? Is there only so… Continue Reading

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