The leaves may not be changing yet, but the signs are there….change is in the air!
Do you feel it yet? Maybe it’s too early…but fall’s coming to New England and Laurie Stone from Musings, Rants & Scribbles is happy. Yes, spring is lovely and summer’s fun. Even old man winter has his icy grandeur. But nothing compares to fall’s beauty and poignancy. And though this season comes at a price, she still loves it for these five reasons….
As September is the start of a new school year, (yet another change) Jennifer of Unfold and Begin thinks it’s time to take a fresh look at our goals. In Time for Plan Now for the Rest of the Year, Jennifer gives suggestions on how to look at where you stand with your 2019 goals and how to finish the year strong.
Did you know that one of the cheapest and most effective ways to feel better is to simply walk through a forest? Rebecca Olkowski, with BabyBoomster.com explores forest bathing. It’s popular in Japan and has many health benefits. You can even forest bathe in the city. Find out how.
This past week Tom from Sightings Over Sixty has been exploring some of the ways we retirees can take advantage of our free time and go off and do something new and different and a little off the beaten track. First , in How You Know You’re Retired he went to a polo match. Then he spent some time watching tennis at the U. S Open in New York. So now he serves up his post How You Know You’re Retired: Second Set to give us some up-close-and-personal views of the event.
Summer hasn’t quite let go….Although summer is unofficially over, warm weather and special events keep the good times rolling in Meryl Baer of Six Decades and Counting’s hometown. This weekend she (along with thousands of other folks) attended a seafood festival where everyone enjoyed great food and fun times.
On The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R. Robison, consumer and personal finance journalist, offers tips for those who want to donate victims of Hurricane Dorian. Among them are do research before you give, ask how your donation will be used, and be wary of new organizations.
The only constant is change, whether it’s time of life, career, health–we all face it and some of it can be difficult. I’ve got a free webinar on managing change, no matter what it is on Wednesday, Sept 11 at 11am Pacific/2pm Eastern. Absolutely free! You can register here.
I hope to see you there! Happy week!