Stay Resilient As You Age

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Your ability to stay resilient,  visible and relevant as a sentient and powerful being in the world around you as you is the key to aging. But have you ever wondered what it was like to be invisible?  I have, and  maybe you’ve even felt invisible yourself from time to time. I had an experience […]

Stay Positive When You’re Feeling Down

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As published in The Huffington Post Staying positive when you’re feeling down takes grit, fortitude and tenacity. We all like to think of ourselves as the woman warrior, the indomitable female the can-do girl who lives every moment with intensity and attention. But, alas, we are human and we have our down days and up […]

Measure Your Life After 60

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As published in Sixty and Me It’s rare that you have time to measure your life and take your personal growth temperture. Self-reflection is a considered a luxury these days instead of a necessity. You rush from pillar to post and the minutes tick by until the end of the day when you literally fall […]

Give Yourself The Gift of Time

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As published in The Huffington Post The one thing I hear daily from friends, yoga students and family is: “I wish I had more time for me.” This seems to be a ubiquitous observation that is repeated many times over on daytime talk shows, in health and wellness articles, women’s magazines and from almost everyone […]

Are We Having Fun Yet?

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Joan Frances Moran is a regular columnist for Women of Power Magazine Are we having Fun yet? How many times have you been invited to lunch, or dinner, to a club or to the movies with high expectations about what will happen? How fun it will be! Getting together with the girls or in a […]

5 Ways to Break The Barrier of Fear

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As published by The Huffington Post June 14, 2015 “The greater part of human pain is unnecessary. It is self-created as long as the unobserved mind runs your life.” — Eckhart Tolle When I came across Eckhart Tolle’s quote a few weeks ago, I was reminded how profound and influential Mr. Tolle has been in […]