Browsing All posts tagged under »life over 50«

Guerrilla Aging:Paying Homage to the Grown Up Brain

December 18, 2012


Please visit for our first guest blog from Lynne Spreen.  Lynne is the author of Dakota Blues, a novel about a woman’s midlife journey, reinvention, and finding one’s power in the second half of life. Her blog is , and you will thank me for leading you to it. Everything Lynne writes makes me […]

From Communes to Cohousing

May 7, 2012


For those Boomers who were too young in the hippie era to have grabbed their love beads, leapt into a VW van and headed to the nearest commune, or, for those Boomers who were intrigued with the idea of communes but not the reality, take heart: There is a housing revolution in the making, spearheaded […]

The Missing Body Parts of Women Over 50

December 30, 2011


(The following is the ninth in my new series, “Old Posts to Dredge out on Slow Weekends Because When I Posted Them Originally People Cared More About the Economy and World Peace Than My Blog.” Although nothing has changed, it’s the start of a really slow weekend, blogging-wise.) My tonsils have been gone since 1954. […]


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