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.

You’ll also receive a free bonus:

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.

The Back Story of “Midlife Magic” Revealed

June '18

With the publication of Midlife Magic: The 7 Day Self-Care Plan to Boost Your Energy and Make You Smile, I received many questions about what led up to writing it—especially how I came to include my own midlife journey around the world. I answered most of these queries in a recent interview with Charlotte Seaberry […]

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Would This Yoga Teacher’s Lesson Help You?

May '18

My yoga teacher brought an interesting idea to class yesterday. At the beginning of each session, she usually tells us a story about some challenge she faced during the week and the learning gained from it. She started by describing her gardening talents with the comment that she possessed a “purple thumb,” so doesn’t give […]

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The Essential First Step for any Midlife Woman Ready to Reinvent Her Life

April '18

Good Morning! Midlife Magic: The 7 Day Self-Care Plan to Boost Your Energy and Make You Smile is now in print and available for purchase on line. It arrives just in time for Mother’s Day—the ideal gift for that Mom who devotes her energy to caring for others, while putting her own needs last. It might […]

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A Heartwarming Announcement

March '18

This month I have an exciting announcement — at least it is for me. My book makes its debut next month! Midlife Magic: The 7 Day Self Care Plan to Boost Your Energy and Make You Smile will give a woman stuck at the midlife crossroads that positive first step on the journey to reinvent […]

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A New Book that Might Be Helpful for You, or Someone You Know

February '18

In this newsletter, I usually focus on books you might like at the beginning of summer (in the northern hemisphere) — great fiction to devour in the longer, relaxing, days of June, July and August. But today, in the midst of winter, I want to bring to your attention a nonfiction book I think is […]

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Can’t Keep Up? Creating Zen and a Special Offer for You

January '18

Do you know January is hot tea month? Wondering why I’m calling this to your attention? Good question! I’ll answer it with another one. What happens when you sit down for a hot cup of tea? That’s right; you stop what you’re doing. And that’s a good thing. To echo an old CocaCola slogan: “it’s […]

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A New Year’s Wish For You!

December '17

During the pre-holiday rush, I woke up one morning to a bad start. I had overslept. I washed up quickly, dressed, grabbed a fast breakfast and hustled out the door to reach an appointment on time. Oh no! For the first time this winter, a hard layer of frost encrusted all the windows of my […]

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A Unique Way to Manage Holiday Stress

November '17

Your to-do list is undoubtedly expanding with the upcoming holidays. Maybe you already feel flummoxed every morning about where to start with the items on that list. If you’re like a client of mine, you wonder whether you should make the bed, load the dishwasher, order holiday gifts, head for the elliptical in the basement, […]

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Saying NO!

October '17

The other day I received a gift that had me snorting with laughter: one of those NO buttons. What tickled me were the eight distinctive voices that erupted as I kept pushing the button. My favorite was an emphatic, “No! No! No!” with each NO sounding a different note. My post laughter reaction was a […]

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What to Do When You Feel Stuck

September '17

Sometimes at midlife, your days no longer bring you enough pleasure. Perhaps your job doesn’t excite you any more, but what else can you do? Maybe your last child has left the nest and you can’t imagine how to fill the empty space. Or possibly you simply don’t find your life satisfying, but feel lost […]

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