Midlife Discovery Newsletter Old

midlifediscoverythumb2.jpg 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, each month you’ll receive a motivating message from me in your email inbox.

When you sign up you’ll also receive:

10 TIPS TO FINDING MORE AT MIDLIFE ~ As you map a meaningful second half to your life, these FREE tips will provide you with a greater understanding of the path ahead and what the journey requires. If you take these tips to heart, they will boost your courage and your confidence for the journey.bonnieleonardmidlifediscoverynewsc.png

plus…a bonus surprise!

THE MIDLIFE INVENTORY ~ A critical step in creating the life you want is to evaluate your current situation, so you know where to focus your energies. I couldn’t resist adding this surprise bonus, which provides a simple means for you to do just that.

Meanwhile, you can check out the latest issue of Midlife Discovery below and head for newsletter archives to read some more.

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Crossing the Threshold into the New Year

On this New Year’s Eve, we say good-bye to the old year, and welcome in the new one. Like many of us, you may be delighted to leave 2020 behind. While you step over the threshold into 2021, I thought it might be just the time to share some spirit-lifting items, friends and family have been kind enough to email or text me.

~ A QUOTE from one of my favorite poets

For last years words belong to last years language,
And next years words await another voice.
~ T.S. Eliot


~ Some
PHOTOS taken on a much-needed break from the challenges of 2020

The Nubble Lighthouse

York Beach, Maine

An almost full moon


~ A STORY with PHOTOS about shepherds to help usher in the new year.

From The New York Times:  Shearing Sheep, and Hewing to Tradition, on an Island in Maine
In a remote area of Maine, the Wakeman family maintains the traditions of island shepherding, the cycles of which have been largely unchanged for centuries.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/08/travel/lens-sheep-island-maine.html?smid=em-share


~ A short VIDEO to celebrate the arrival of 2021!

Don’t miss this lively piece of entertainment. You might be clapping too, just like the audience who witnessed this event.

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Love to hear your reactions to these, and to see any emails or texts you’ve received that helped you weather this challenging time.

HERE’S to the NEW YEAR ~ 2021!
May you be healthy, happy and sane,
Bonnie

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