Never Too Late to Bloom–excerpts

Here is an excerpt from my book,Never Too Late to Bloom: Becoming the Woman You Were Meant to Be. I hope you enjoy it. I will post more excerpts on future blogs. How I Came to Write a Book “I had been pondering my mission off and on for many years. Having read Betty Friedan’s classic book The Feminine Mystique in the 60s, I had known for a long time that I was destined for another, perhaps...
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Let Go of Guilt

If our mothers raised us “right”, we all have some guilt to deal with. Do this, don’t do that. What will happen to us if we do or we don’t. What will the neighbors think. How would it feel to let go of all that guilt and just be ourselves? How would it feel to say to yourself, I did the best I could. But surely, if we allow ourselves to be guilt free, won’t we just become raving,...
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Who Is in Your Thoughts?

When I was young, I didn’t think very much about my grandparents, aunts and uncles, most of whom lived a good distance away from me. Now that I’m (do I dare to admit it?) old, I realize they thought about me a lot. How do I know? Because I think about my children and grandchildren, nieces and nephews a lot. So who is in your thoughts? If you have children at home, they are obviously your main...
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Never Too Late to Exercise

Liesl Weiser is 99 years old in this video. She now lives in Israel. All her life Liesl has kept up her exercise routines. Now she teaches the senior crowd how to stay fit. You can benefit from her leadership. Never too...
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Growing Younger

Ah, but I was so much older then. I’m younger than that now. –Bob Dylan Think you can’t grow younger? Think again. I want you to watch this video and listen to what this woman has to say. I’m not recommending her diet, but you can’t dispute her youngish vitality. I’m growing younger just watching the...
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The Seeds in Your Heart: Let’s Get Blooming!

By the time you’re my age–that is, you are a Social Security recipient–you would think that most of your blooming has already taken place. This was not the case with me, however. The seeds in my heart that had been lying dormant have now started to grow. In fact, a few of them have turned into plants and are now blooming. If you’ve ever thought you might be a late bloomer, you probably are, just...
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Never Too Late To Bloom

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