Midlife Discovery Newsletter

Every women who travels through the midlife passage needs a little inspiration along the way. When you sign up for the Midlife Discovery newsletter in the box to the right, you’ll receive a motivating message from me in your email inbox each month.

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THE MIDLIFE INVENTORY ~ A critical step for creating the life you want is to evaluate your current situation; in that way, you’ll know exactly where to focus your energies. I’ve added this extra bonus so you can complete your own life inventory.

If you like, check out the past issues of Midlife Discovery below.

A Bit of a Surprise about Two Poets

November '21

Instead of reading my words this month, I thought it might be fun to share two poems with you about this time of year. The first is Toward the Winter Solstice by Timothy Steele. The second is the familiar Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost. After reading these poems, you […]

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A Gratitude Surprise

October '21

Yesterday I surprised myself by suddenly feeling very grateful. As you may know, I’ve described the approaches and benefits of practicing gratitude in earlier newsletters. However, what caused my unexpected feelings of gratitude were my reactions to incidents in a book I was reading. The book was Leaving Coy’s Hill by Katherine A. Sherbrooke. As […]

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Does this Doctor’s Midlife Experience Echo Yours?

September '21

Years ago, I copied a Huffington Post article about one doctor’s poignant description of her own midlife journey. I came across it the other day, and wondered if you might find Rose Kumar’s personal account resonates with your own experience. Here is her excerpted story. “I am not only a practicing internist, but a midlife […]

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An Odd Fork That Might Be Useful to You

August '21

As the contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus moves us back into a shut-down mode of living, it becomes a challenge to move forward with your personal development projects. But there is a model that just might just be useful to you. It’s called The Fork, because it looks like one! The Fork Model —–Enhancing […]

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A Summer Reprise

July '21

I wanted a relaxing summer this year after living through the challenges of the pandemic. Not that it’s gone away, but life is easier. Restaurants are open and the weather is mild. Eating outside is a pleasure. It’s summertime here in New Jersey. In my take-time-out mood, I decided to peruse my old newsletters and […]

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Here Are Some Book Recommendations for You

June '21

It’s summer reading time—if you live north of the equator. Or winter reading time—if you live south of the equator. But it’s always a good time to read! As is customary this time of year, I have some book recommendations to share with you. The Pandemic produced a rare silver lining for my personal reading […]

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A Timely Quote?

May '21

This past year has been one of extreme hardship with the advent of the global Covid pandemic, along with a myriad of other extraordinary happenings. To outline the possible impact of these challenges on individual lives would be daunting, so I will not try. Instead I want to share with you a quote that I […]

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A Query for You

April '21

For a moment, call to mind something that truly bugs you. It’s an odd request, I know, but bear with me. See if you can find two things that are guaranteed to annoy you. They can be huge (the fact there are hungry people in the world), or seemingly small (someone zipped in ahead of […]

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Looking for a Meditation Opportunity?

March '21

By now, you’re undoubtedly aware of the many benefits of meditation. The website, healthline, for example, lists “12 Science-Based Benefits of Meditation.” But where to begin? Recently a number of my clients have spoken positively about their meditation approaches and apps, so I thought I’d share them with the hope you might adopt one and […]

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Why Not Ask Yourself This Question?

February '21

For a moment, call to mind something that truly bugs you. It’s an odd request, I know, but bear with me. See if you can find two things that are guaranteed to annoy you. They can be huge (the fact there are hungry people in the world), or seemingly small (someone zipped in ahead of […]

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