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Early Questions

It has oft been said that “the only stupid questions are the ones you don’t ask”. No fear of any stupidity in our early exploration around co-housing! 410 more words

Shared Living

Love and Truth Made Visible

Saying “I do” at any age carries a freight of challenges and adjustments along with the joy, but a 57-year-old newlywed, married for the first time, brings a unique perspective to marriage. ¬† 961 more words

Book Review

A Short Foray into "Cougardom"

Warning: if you are my mother, father, brother, cousin, uncle, etc. – DO NOT READ. And if you do, lets not speak for a few days. 1,074 more words

7 habits of people who age well - The REMIX.

Remember when you thought reaching 20 was ‘old’?

(if you’re under 20 you may have wandered on to this page inadvertently. *waves at rapidly retreating figure* 822 more words


Microblog Mondays: The irony

An observation.

Whenever a woman, who can no longer call herself young, talks of pursuing a new hobby, wears something of her choice that’s different¬†from the traditional, expresses a wish to cut or color her hair (and more in the same vein), those around her, including members of her ‘loving’ family, are quick to say this: 175 more words


Do we need role models?

By Caitlin Kelly

A favorite TV series, about an older Swedish detective

Once you become an adult, certainly if you’re female and choose an unconventional life — maybe not marrying or not having children or working in a creative field — you might crave a role model. 758 more words