The Importance of Trying New Things in Midlife & Beyond

If you’re like most people, your life is pretty routine. You probably do the same things day after day and stay within your comfort zone. There’s nothing wrong with this. In fact, it’s normal. It is nature’s way of keeping...Read More

Quick and Easy Sweet Pickled Summer Vegetable Relish

I am excited to share this guest post with you from Jenny deRemer. This is my first guest post and I want to thank Jenny for joining us and sharing one of her delicious Southern recipes with all of you!...Read More

Mid and Late Career Women May Hold the Power to End Gender Discrimination in the Workplace

How can you help the next generation of women to stomp out gender bias? It's 2020 and women make up almost half of the workforce. We are graduating with college and graduate degrees at a faster rate than men. We...Read More

10 Important Social Lessons (hopefully) Learned from Covid-19

There are many lessons to learn from Covid-19. It reshaped our lives in ways we couldn't have imagined a few months ago. Things that we took for granted such as readily available groceries and medical supplies, a job to go...Read More

5 Crafting Alternatives to the Chain Stores

Whether you've been a life-long crafter or you're a newbie who just picked up crafting while stuck at home, you'll quickly learn that gathering supplies for your crafts is a big-ole pain in the neck. You run from store to...Read More

A Socially Distant July 4th Barbecue

It's summer and that means Fourth of July barbecues. As the temperature rises, you can smell burgers cooking on grills everywhere you go. Who doesn't love a good BBQ? But can we have a socially distant July 4th barbecue? I'm...Read More

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