Does this sound like you?
- Are you a woman in your late forties to early sixties?
- Are you in that sweet transition spot when your children are grown and your parents are still active enough to not require a lot of your time and energy?
- Are you ready to focus on your relationships, your health, and your finances?
I know it’s easy to keep putting ourselves last (we’ve been doing it for decades); but there is no better time to put your dreams and goals at the top of your priority list!
If you’ll let me, I’d be happy to send you gentle reminders to take care of your own dreams and needs. Simply provide your name and e-mail address in the boxes below, and I’ll take care of the rest!
If you’re not sure you are ready to trust me with your dreams, the following podcast episodes will tell you a little bit about my approach to life and making dreams come true.
If you think it will be too hard to learn new skills or develop better habits, these blog posts will help you embrace the challenge of learning new skills and believing you can achieve your goals:
De-clutter your life
If you’re like me, you may also have a problem with clutter side-tracking your best efforts. It gets in the way (literally and figuratively) and it’s one of the first things you may want to focus on.
If that sounds like you, grab a copy of “21 everyday actions to help you overcome everyday clutter.” These are simple things you can do to reclaim your space. More importantly, they will help you reclaim your peace of mind.
It’s time to disrupt the patterns of sameness
Let’s face it–it’s easy to get caught up in the same old patterns of living that have been so comfortable for the past decade or two. But they won’t serve you well during this amazing transition time.
If you don’t spend time preparing for retirement now (and I don’t just mean the “not-having-to-go-to-work-everyday” notion of retirement), you may not be ready for it when the time comes. I’ve known too many people who arrive at retirement and discover they can’t do all the things they wanted to do. That’s sad.
I don’t plan to enter retirement unprepared, and I don’t want you to arrive at retirement unprepared either.
But then again, if you’re like me, you’ve noticed that time passes more quickly than ever before. Days, weeks, and months just zoom past and before you know it, you’re celebrating another birthday, ringing in another New Year.
There really is no time to delay.
What does this mean for you?
It means I’d like to serve as one of the guides on your journey. Thru my blog, podcast episodes, and e-training courses, I will provide gentle reminders and encouragement on topics of self-development, health and fitness, relationship building, and general goal setting and achieving strategies.
These years are going to be a great adventure! Will you join me?