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Hot, Hot Hot! It’s Late Summer! Welcome to another information-packed issue of Boomer Women’s World. It’s suddenly August and the weather continues to be hot and stormy here in the Midwest. Earlier this week, our little corner of the world experienced an intense rain. Water, water everywhere.We had somewhere between twelve and fifteen inches of rain fall in twelve hours. Much of it coming down in the first three hours. Thankfully my basement is only a little damp, and no harm came to us physically. Not everyone was so lucky. Many roads and homes were destroyed by this storm, and... (Read More ...)

Welcome to Summer! Welcome to another information-packed issue of Boomer Women’s World. It’s June, which brings with it weddings, family reunions, graduations, summer vacations – and irrefutable evidence that Harold Camping was wrong. As we all expected, the world did not end in May. Instead, here we are, and as the classic song from the musical “Carousel” delightedly proclaims, “June is busting out all over…”. Suddenly the weather is hot, hot, hot – and stormy — here in the Midwest. And of course, the rest of the country is dealing with weather-related issues as well.... (Read More ...)

HERE ARE THE CALL IN DETAILS YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR! Join Us As “The Estate Lady,” Julie Hall, Discusses How to Have “The Conversation” with Your Parents and Shares Her “Top 10 List for Dealing with Your Parents’ Personal Property“ Tuesday, November 16, 2010 7:00 PM Eastern Standard Time (6 PM Central, 5 PM Mountain, 4 PM Pacific) with Guest Julie Hall, author of the books “The Boomer Burden: Dealing with Your Parents’ Lifetime Accumulation of Stuff” and “A Boomer’s Guide to Cleaning Out Your Parent’s Estate in 30 Days... (Read More ...)

HERE ARE THE CALL IN DETAILS YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR! Join Us As Ann Leach Shares “5 Steps to Holiday Grief Survival” Thursday, November 11, 2010 8:00 PM Eastern Standard Time (7 PM Central, 6 PM Mountain, 5 PM Pacific) with Guest Ann Leach, author of the soon-to-be-released book COME OUT OF YOUR SHELL: Questions to Start a Death Discussion When All You’d Rather Do is Clam Up! CLICK HERE to REGISTER FOR THE CALL! Ann Leach is a certified grief recovery specialist and an award-winning author.  She lives in the Ozarks, but works nationally via her organization and website, ... (Read More ...)

HERE ARE THE CALL IN DETAILS YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR! Join Us As Dr. Diana Kirschner Shares Secrets of How Boomers Can Find Their Own True Love Tuesday, November 9, 2010 8:00 PM Eastern Standard Time (7 PM Central, 6 PM Mountain, 5 PM Pacific) with Guest Dr. Diana Kirscher, author of Love in 90 Days, The Essential Guide to Finding Your Own True Love CLICK HERE to REGISTER FOR THE CALL! Love expert, media psychologist and bestselling author, Diana Kirschner Ph.D has helped thousands of singles and couples find their dream relationships.  She is the go-to psychologist for TV talk and reality... (Read More ...)

October 2010 Happy Halloween – Today’s the first major holiday of the Fall season and a fun way to celebrate my favorite season of the year – Autumn! But even after we’re done with the ghosts and goblins, the pumpkin carving and trick or treating, there’s something about the cooler days that really makes me want to roll up my sleeves and get things done! Maybe it’s the last vestiges of the ol’ “beginning of the school year” feeling. Regardless, we’ve harvested a cornucopia of goodness for you this month, starting with our new feature, “NABBW Prime Finds.” Once you check... (Read More ...)

7 Things Nobody Ever Tells You About Empty Nest By Natalie Caine “I have found that to love and be loved is the most empowering and exhilarating of all human emotions.” — Jane Goodall 1.    No matter if you are married, single, career or non-career, tears will fall. 2.    You thought you prepared for the role shift and still you are confused who you are now and who your children are. 3.    Good news is you find new parts of yourself that had to go dormant and those parts bring happiness. 4.    Each person shifts uniquely and on their own timing because no one has the family... (Read More ...)

Is It Time To Move On? By Lisa Byrne Personal training sessions can be a considerable amount of money to invest for the sake of achieving a goal that you have deemed you cannot do alone. The relationship that you have with your personal trainer is highly dependent upon your degree of satisfaction and their degree of professionalism. Hiring a trainer may come through word of mouth, or by your observation of what’s around you or perhaps a good ad in the paper caught your eye. However it is that you ended up working with a trainer you want to be aware of some flags that may signal stepping... (Read More ...)

Adjusting to Life with Chronic Illness by Mary J. Yerkes Adjust to life with chronic illness? It might seem counterintuitive, but according to experts, you can live a full and meaningful life despite having compromised health. Millions of people living with serious chronic conditions have used their struggles as a springboard for emotional, relational, and spiritual growth. Many have gone on to launch new careers, friendships, and businesses. “Eventually, you adjust to a new normal,” explains Lisa Copen, founder of Rest Ministries, Inc.™, an organization that serves the chronically... (Read More ...)

I began thrifting because it was fun and, quite frankly, I loved to shop. Okay, I still do. But, initially there was a deeper motivation for my need to haunt the secondhand shops that peppered my town … I was broke. I loved the fact that I could buy fabulous things for pennies on a dollar.  It didn’t take long for me to get hooked on the thrill of furnishing my homes or fashioning chic wardrobes found in thrift stores, garage sales, flea markets, consignment shops and auctions.  I became a veteran power shopper, quickly falling in like with each venue I tested and every tarnished treasure... (Read More ...)