Check Out My Interview On “Yes and Yes Blog”

I  thought I would share my recent interview that appeared last week on the Yes and Yes Blog. The Yes and Yes Blog is produced by Sarah Von Bargen. I met Sarah when she was a speaker at the PHLbloggers Blog Connect Conference in … Continue reading

Wellness Travel: My Relaxing Visit To Le Monastère Des Augustines

“If you like “wellness travel,” you’ll want to book a personal or girls’ getaway to Le Monastère Des Augustines, located in the historic wings of the Hôtel-Dieu de Québec monastery.  I had an opportunity to visit this 17th century cloister during the … Continue reading

A Feel-Good Film Giveaway For “Finding Your Feet”

Last evening, I watched a screener of the romantic comedy Finding Your Feet. I agree with OK! Magazine when they say it’s “The Feel-Good Film OF THE YEAR!” It was just what I needed after a long day in New … Continue reading

Fashionistas Will Love “The Gospel According To André”

When I was in college I dreamed about having a career in fashion. I loved clothes, fabrics, sewing, and reading the fashion magazines. The September issue of Vogue was like my fashion bible each fall. Like other young women in … Continue reading

It’s Bladder Cancer Awareness Month: Time To Share My Story

May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month. It’s time to share my personal story. Bladder cancer is the sixth most common cancer (and 11th most common for women) – a cancer I never knew existed until I was told six months … Continue reading

In Praise of The New “RBG” Documentary

Give me an R! Give me a B! Give me a G! What does that spell? “RBG,” the title of the new documentary about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. This documentary is a must see for every woman. I … Continue reading

Capture the Memories: It’s Great To Be A Grandmother

While I’m not a grandmother yet, when the team at Bluestreak Books (an imprint of Weldon Owen) asked me to partner with them to talk about grandparenting and offer a special giveaway for their new Grandmother’s Journal and Grandfather’s Journal, … Continue reading

Disrupt Aging: Expert Tips To Stay Wealthy, Wise and Connected

If you knew you were going to live to 100, what would you do differently today? In my last blog post, I introduced this question and provided some reflections from the 2018 AARP Disrupt Aging: The Implications of Living 100 Forum. … Continue reading

Living 100: How To Make The Most of Living A Longer Life

“Current 10 year olds may age to be 104,” said Jo Anne Jenkins, CEO of AARP, as she kicked off a conversation about longevity at the 2018 AARP Disrupt Aging: The Implications of Living 100 Forum, powered by Forbes and held … Continue reading

Help! My Body Is Aging And I Want To Make Peace With It

Lately I’ve been feeling that my body is aging rather quickly. I know I’ve always been an optimist, but as I progress in my 60th year and into my sixth decade, I’ve noticed my body is shifting and I want … Continue reading