I was 20 during the Thomas confirmation hearings. As a confident aspiring law student, the message being sent to me was "shut up, silly girl." I rebelled, but it was not easy. Society reinforced this sentiment back then. After I moved to Utah to attend law school and was suddenly an old maid at 23, … Continue reading Who and What I Believe
Graceful Agers, take note of this informative post by Tish Jett. She shares a great resource to help us live a good life later in life.
I am not a messy desk person. Too many stacks of papers scattered about make me anxious and flustered. Even on the worst of days, I will always straighten my desk, put things back into the correct files, and return my pens and pencils to their proper cups before I call it a day. I … Continue reading Clear of Distractions
Fiona Ferris of How to Be Chic is one of my favorite bloggers and is someone who has inspired me to finally start writing again. If you aren't already following her, you should be as she is the embodiment of a graceful ager. Fiona's most recent post is a heartfelt description of how she is managing … Continue reading Shared Wisdom – Losing a Parent