Happy New Year! Let’s welcome in 2020 by undertaking things that have never been. January is the month of reinvention; an action or process through which something is changed so much it appears to be entirely new.
We are all GRAND women with moxie, yet nevertheless, we are confronted with forks and curves in our road. As you are well aware, women need women for advice on a million different topics! We share information and seek answers to our woes; large and small.
I am here to guide and recommend with my advice to every situation or topic that confronts you. My answers will be genuine and based on my experience and knowledge. My goal is to guide you towards your own answer. If you ask me a question that I am unable to answer, I will do my best to send you in the right direction for help.
Warmly and with moxie,
An Anonymous Darling Asks:
I will be spending the month of February with my grand baby and her partner on N. Hutchinson Island. She is 22 and I am 82. Any suggestions besides reading books?
My mother-in-law thinks she can come over and control my kids and my husband says nothing even when she upsets me. Why does my husband not say anything?
This article is so important. Thank you, thank you for reminding us not only to stay positive but not to carry bitterness or hatred in our hearts.
It is so freeing to get to a place where one can let go of negative baggage. I have let go of a lot but am still working on a few deeper things from my past. It is getting better and it truly is much lighter as time goes by.
My sister is full of hatred about the past. I would love to give her your article but don’t know if she is ready. It’s hard to have a relationship with her, and yet I still love her.
I’m going to celebrate 2020 in a positive light. Happy New Year dear Honey.
I’m seriously considering starting my own blog. I spent a lot of time last year reading blogs, mostly about home decor, and am in awe that so many young women make a living doing this. I started journaling back in 1971 when I was first married and felt the need to talk to someone but found myself alone. So many things I’ve done through the years are now popular practices. At this time of year we are inundated with self help tactics and all sorts of ideas on living a more successful life. But so few of these are geared towards those of us that are retired and no longer trying to conquer the world.
I turned 67 in November and think maybe there could be some worth in what I have to say about daily life as a retired person who has gone through the rigors of downsizing, enjoys travel and loves home decor as well as dressing nicely despite being very overweight.
Your post on how to start a blog has inspired me to try this, although I have no interest in monetary gain. Do you have any suggestions or advice that would be different if doing the blog is not a financial endeavor?
We are all GRAND women with moxie, and we need to stick together. If you have a question for next week, please ask it in the form below.