Sunday Stories

Read Honey’s most personal stories, often looking back at a life lived to the fullest, embracing joys and sorrows in equal manner and never backing down. Along the way, Honey ponders the lessons learned, reflecting on what matters most, how to let go of certain things as we grow older, and how we can continue to take chances and “make lemonade out of lemons” as confident women at 50 and beyond.

Growing up Jewish among friends who celebrated Christmas

Honey Good recounts the lessons she learned growing up Jewish at Christmas in her small town of Kankakee.


Finding answers to a hard question in a labyrinth

How Honey Good lived into an answer to a hard question in a labyrinth.


The importance of frankness between friends after 50

Honey Good discusses frankness and open honesty between friends.


How I stay in-sync with my daughter-in-law

Honey shares her personal story of staying close to her daughter-in-law.


Why women over 50 should stay curious

Honey Good discusses her own curiosity and why it is vital to maintain your curiosity after 50.


Honey’s Sisterhood: Continuing the conversation for women over 50

Are you interested in a sisterhood for women over 50?


My process: A day in the life of a writer

Here’s how I fit writing into my busy schedule.

Honey Good speaks about the power of positive thoughts

The power of positive words

This morning, the effect of positive words triggered profound happiness in a body that was not feeling well.


Should we always forgive?

My musings for today: Should we always forgive? And why I think we should.


The Dreaded CAT Scan: Part 2

The most powerful approach to winning an audience of readers is through the art of storytelling, especially true stories where you know the character. In my story, The Dreaded CAT scan, I stressed the importance of being proactive in regards to your health.


The Dreaded CAT Scan

For ten years I have never missed my dreaded CAT scan appointment. Four appointments a year for three years, then two appointments a year for two years and for the last five years, one appointment a year. That means I have not missed 21 appointments. And that is why I am a cancer survivor.


Words for feelings that English can’t describe

Have you ever not been able to come up with a word? Maybe it’s because there wasn’t one.


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