Read Honey’s take on “old-age survival” and reflections on dealing with life changes – from deeply personal stories about widowhood, surviving cancer, and overcoming losses to a lighter, often humorous look at the little everyday challenges encountered by women after the age of 50, like surviving a semi-retired husband or pessimistic friends who try to drag you down, bearing with trivial problems and maintaining your sanity during the holiday season.
Have the courage to take a stand against any person or situation where there is a wrong being committed. After all, you never know what good may come of it…
When you do something you know is not right, can you own it? When you are, without a doubt, the innocent party, can you forgive a close friend who does not stand up for you?
It’s that time of year again… what will you be spring cleaning?READ
You’re spending adequate time in bed but typically wake up tired and unrested. Does this sound like you?READ
Happiness and grace are all around us. Sometimes we just need that extra push to keep seeking them…READ
A curious woman is eager to know and eager to learn; she is intrigued and inquisitive…READ
Women need other women, and women need friendship, especially after 50. Follow my tips for reaching out to others, and I know you will be welcomed.READ
There will always be unexpected challenges that pop up; sometimes pleasantly surprising and other times testing us. During the month of January my delicious dog, Orchid, and I faced some of these challenges. However, with love, devotion, and adaptability we met them head on as Orchid learned to talk to me and I learned her doggy language.READ
Contributor Irina Fursman says you don’t have to go without the heartiness of food to keep it healthy.READ
Honey Good talks about why some of your relationships may be exhausting you and what you can do about it.READ
Honey Good talks about the mental exercise of doing “clean out projects” and making room for more of what makes you happy as a woman over 50.READ