Here’s a place to tell me what you think or maybe ask a question. Just post a comment in the box at the end of this message. Following are a couple of comments from first readers: “I loved the honesty…Questions asked. Fear and uncertainty uncensored..but most of all…Hope. Look forward to talking more—Debbie “The word […]
I’ve got good news and bad news about the book. But, first, let me tell you about my marketing plan. I have a very sophisticated marketing plan for this book, and I thought you might want to see it. Write a book about what eluded me in the first days of retirement. Write about […]
Two weeks ago, I shared the front cover. Here is the back cover of my book. Later this week I hope to tell you how and where you can get a copy. I’m so excited to be sharing this with you.
What am I working on? What should I be working on? What do I want to be working on? The questions from Ryder Carroll, creator of the Bullet Journal Notebook, got me thinking. So I took a few minutes and made a list. My answers to questions A & B were remarkably alike. It seems […]
“Creativity, like play, can turn an old person into a young person,” wrote Dr. George Vaillant. In his book Aging Well, this practicing psychiatrist and professor at Harvard Medical School went on to define creativity as “putting something into the world that was not there before.” I like that. Makes me think of gardeners or writers […]
You’re looking at the cover of my new book, which, hopefully, will be released soon. For today’s blog, I propose a contest. Assuming this gal is at or near retirement, who is she, and where is she going? You can be serious or a little crazy–most of my FB friends are 🙂 There will be […]