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Building Awareness of The New (Old) Age: A Curriculum

Middle age is having a rebirth. Rather than conceptualizing this phase of life as something to...

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Friday Pix: Recommended Reading For The Weekend

On occasional Fridays, I point you towards some recommended reading around the blogosphere: a. At...

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Tips for Adulthood: Five Reasons Talk Therapy Can Help You

On occasional Wednesdays, I offer tips for adulthood. I had coffee with a friend recently. We have...

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  • Building Awareness of The New (Old) Age: A Curriculum

    Middle age is having a rebirth. Rather than conceptualizing this phase of life as something to survive, a new vision is taking hold, one that views midlife as a time of renewal and opportunity. Instead of focusing on the statistically validated dip in happiness that settles in around 40, writers and scholars are now more […]

    Posted on June 13, 2018 0 comments
  • Friday Pix: Recommended Reading For The Weekend

    On occasional Fridays, I point you towards some recommended reading around the blogosphere: a. At my 17 year-old’s urging, I’ve recently gone back and started listening to This American Life. For all those wanna-be adults out there, have a listen to this episode entitled, It’ll Make Sense When You’re Older. b. I’ve long been a […]

    Posted on June 8, 2018 0 comments
  • Tips for Adulthood: Five Reasons Talk Therapy Can Help You

    On occasional Wednesdays, I offer tips for adulthood. I had coffee with a friend recently. We have a lot in common, and tend to coach each other on everything from career change to creative writing. But in this particular conversation, I discovered that there was one issue where we were profoundly out of sync: she’d […]

    Posted on May 30, 2018 0 comments
  • Why I Won’t Be Watching The Royal Wedding

     I realize that I’m an outlier on all things royal wedding. Just the other day, a close friend in America texted to ask me what I was doing Saturday afternoon. “Umm, taking an improv acting class,” I answered. “Like I do every Saturday. Why?” “Why?” she repeated, three eye-rolling emojis materializing on my screen. “It’s the […]

    Posted on May 17, 2018 0 comments
  • My Midlife Search for Authenticity and Integrity

    I had coffee with a friend of mine in London recently. We talked about our joint desire to make our second half of life both meaningful and productive. He’s in his early 60’s, and he told me that he had decided to organize the rest of his life around the principle of “integrity.” By integrity, […]

    Posted on May 14, 2018 0 comments