• MidLife

    Practice Makes Progress

    Recently I wrote a guest blog post, Thriving Requires Letting Go of the Lies, for Sue’s Over Fifty and Thriving series. The idea for that post was inspired by the widely popular book, Girl, Wash Your Face, by Rachel Hollis (my review here). Since I continue to mull over this topic, I decided to make it the subject of a new blog series: The Lies I’ve Believed.  In the original guest post, I introduced Delilah, my harsh inner critic who constantly reminds me I am not good enough, brave enough or smart enough. Her loud, commanding voice tells me I…

  • Books,  MidLife

    Book Review: Girl, Wash Your Face

    Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis Published by: Thomas Nelson Copyright: 2018 Amazon’s Summary: Do you ever suspect that everyone else has life figured out and you don’t have a clue? If so, Rachel Hollis has something to tell…

  • Artist's Way

    The Artist’s Way for Midlife – JOY

    I am currently working my way through Julia Cameron’s newest Artist’s Way series, It’s Never Too Late to Begin Again – a program specifically targeted to help those in midlife discover creativity and meaning. This week I focused on chapter…