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As you consider feathering a new nest that works for you, here are some ideas to get you started. Altering your surroundings at home can even stimulate you to modify your outlook on life. This shift can give you the impetus to explore new areas and discover adventures outside your familiarity. Remember that any process takes time and, by definition, involves flexibility. 1. It is never too early – or too late – to begin gathering information about the changes you plan to initiate. What do you need to learn … Continue reading

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If the writer in you can’t wait to break free, check out the following opportunity – Boomer Women Speak JUNE-JULY Writing Contest: A Lesson I’ve Learned We’ve all had them. Those “life lessons” that make us stop and think, possibly see the world, our environment, or even ourselves in a different light – the lessons we’ll never forget. Some call them “Aha” moments. Who was your mentor? Was it a teacher, a parent, or your best friend who helped to open your eyes and heart to learn? Maybe even a … Continue reading

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