Springtime in the Rockies, Best of Boomer Blogs!

by midlifecrisisqueen on March 2, 2013

Welcome to March!  Can spring be far behind?  I’m a springtime baby.  Spring means everything to me; the return of the light and the warmth,    the return of spring buds and baby leaves on our trees.                                       Anyone for a vernal haiku?

Sun-filled days return. Leaves emerge from the darkness.  Spring will come again!

Speaking of spring, we have a few bloggers on vacation this week.  Here’s our selection:

On The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, by Rita R. Robison, consumer journalist, writes about a survey that shows only half of Americans are saving regularly and are prepared for retirement. The survey also revealed no improvement in the reported financial condition of families over the past year.

Our newest member, Lisa Garon Froman has a new book out! Do not miss her lovely, contemplative volume TAO FLASHES, devoted to successfully navigating your own midlife journey. Today Lisa wishes to pay tribute to the work of author and inspirational leader Debbie Ford, who taught her readers to look at the “shadow” side of our personality while on the journey to self-acceptance and wholeness.

Tom Sightings in the latest of his Remember Her? series wonders if you can identify this woman.  She hailed from the Midwest, kept up with the times, and in a way became a symbol of her age.  Go ahead, test your knowledge of the 1970s.

Sara Cornell of Blue Blinds & Life After Married writes about those rare moments of emotional clarity when everything starts to make sense… even if only for one moment.

I have been contemplating the brilliance of my eleven pound puppy, while informing the world about some important new midlife discoveries.

I have found midlife to be the perfect time to review what life means. What is your purpose, and has that changed since you were 20, 30 or even 40?  How will you make the rest of your life meaningful?  And, come to find out, most prominent psychologists agree!

Go find out exactly how normal you are, and how natural and even healthy it is to go in search of your authentic self in midlife.

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