I never felt like I knew how to be useful as a child. My skills were limited. The youngest of five, my siblings had little use for me and more often than not I was a burden not an aid.
No one was more surprised than I…. when I looked at my stats on the Aging Abundantly Facebook page a couple of weeks ago and saw that a post went viral. I thought I was seeing things. What I was
“Unraveling external selves and coming home to our real identity is the true meaning of soul work.” Sue Monk Kidd There is so much to be done in the unraveling department. The good news is that once true unraveling begins,
It seems that it is time, well beyond time, for me to begin to gather my thoughts around all that has transpired in my life over the last decade. To offer what I have learned in case it comes in
I’m trying to find my edges. The perfect unfolding of a new beginning, a new drama that is directed only by me. As daft an attempt as this might be, it quickens my spirit and draws me forward. The edges
It is possible to feel good about ourselves as we age, we just have to understand what self esteem really is and what steps to take to enhance it in ourselves (and others). Everyone seems to have an opinion on