Making new friends after retirement is not easy. When I was working, it was pretty much all I did except for all the other things I needed to do to keep our home going. My best friend still lives in Wisconsin, so there is not much chance to having lunch every week. And the friends … Continue reading Making new friends
In the fall, with the crisp fresher air, we all want to change things up a bit. Above is something you have seen many times, and it is a great way to go. However, sometimes it is not friendly to the budget to buy multiple mums, pumpkins and cornstalks. They also have a shelf life … Continue reading Fall accents for a few cents
The phrase, 'get-gone' is kind of messy and poor grammar but I hear it all the time. It is sort of like living a messy life. In feng shui clutter is a big no-no. Clearing clutter from your work or creative space opens your mind and lets your 'chi' breath. Do either of the pictures … Continue reading Clutter-get gone!
Words are powerful tools. But too often, we do not relate to each other in real-time. We are too afraid of missing something that we are not present in the moment. When you send a text, the words are abbreviated and there is no inflection. If you really want to be successful in your life, meaning … Continue reading The power of words
After retirement, a whole new chapter of life begins. All of the things that I wanted to do while I was working, I now have time for. Just thinking of the possibilities makes me giddy! I feel like a girl about to start on a new adventure. I have always wanted to paint, and so … Continue reading Living young