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Brain Health

The Stork Stand – a strong indicator of brain health.  Have you heard this?  Actually I heard it once quite a while ago but forgot until an article by Susan Shadburne reminded me.  Give this a try and remember that your brain is plastic, meaning that it can heal, recover, and create new neural pathways.  […]

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In Celebration of Little Old Ladies

Valentine’s Day is all about Love and who better to Love than Little Old Ladies?! We know some, we are some, and we should be happy and honored to become one! One of my favorite bloggers, Gregory Patrick, has written a post that warmed my heart and secured his place on my Hero List forever.  […]

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Love & Insurance

It’s already mid-February, almost Valentine’s Day and what am I thinking about?  INSURANCE! I realize that sounds a little crazy (or a lot!) but there is a connection. First, I’m simply excited because I am officially a fully licensed agent appointed with Bankers Life & Colonial Penn Insurance and I am finally beginning field training […]

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

My friend, Denise Wakeman (goddess extraordinaire of Online Visibility) just shared a wonderful post from blogger/writer, Kate Matsudaira, that has inspired me with a fresh approach to gratitude.  Her post,  A 4-Step Gratitude Plan is a beautiful and wise way to live, and certainly a lovely way to begin the Holiday Season. Thank you for […]

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Over 60? How Hard is it to Get a New Job?

I recently took a Career Quiz designed by Jimmy Sweeney, veteran direct sales and internet marketing strategist who now offers “Brilliantly Simple Marketing Strategies Applied to YOUR Job Search” via his comprehensive website.  As you know, it is my goal to either have what you need or know who does, whether it comes to career […]

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