Midlife Muse

Midlife muse. One of the bumps in the road of life is turning fifty and realizing the next half of  your life better start to count. If you’re one of the fortunate ones who’s always had it figured out to the penny, then my hat’s off to you.

If you’re still figuring out who you want to be when you grow up, I can empathize! There’s something about being a child of the 70’s that lingers. Peace love and understanding may be in the rear view mirror but we still long for a life lived idealistically.

I want to explore ways to live intentionally, with purpose, delight and wit. It’s never too late to be what you might have been.

Finding Love Over Fifty

If you’re single and over fifty, don’t worry. One thing that never changes with age is our desire to be loved. If you’re looking for love over fifty, chances are your new potential partner is too!  The fact is 45% of adults over 18 are single. Pretty stunning isn’t it? (2015…

Say Yes to Embracing Our Age and Style

I believe if we’re over fifty we inspire others by staying fashion conscious, embracing our age and style. We tread that fine line between maintaining a youthful attitude without looking like we’re trying too hard. You know what I mean. We owe it to ourselves and every generation to be a shining…

Have You Earned the Right to Let Yourself Go?

Do you feel you’ve earned the right to let yourself go? Have you decided it doesn’t matter what you look like when you go to grocery shop or catch a flight? You may have spent a lot of time when you were younger grooming yourself to catch a man (or woman).…

Be An Over Fifty Fashion Role Model

Would you be surprised to know if you Google “women over fifty who are hip”, you’ll get more articles for hip replacements than for style pointers? Let’s talk about how to be a fashion role model in your fifties and beyond.  What does over fifty fashion mean to you? Are you…

Being a Babe Is An Inside Job!

Being a babe is an inside job. Knowing you’re hot is all about how you feel about yourself not what’s on the outside. I remember watching the queen of enlightenment; Oprah, questioning actresses of a certain age about how they were coping now our youth obsessed culture no longer considered them…