Sunday Stories

Read Honey’s most personal stories, often looking back at a life lived to the fullest, embracing joys and sorrows in equal manner and never backing down. Along the way, Honey ponders the lessons learned, reflecting on what matters most, how to let go of certain things as we grow older, and how we can continue to take chances and “make lemonade out of lemons” as confident women at 50 and beyond.

Serendipity, Honey Good and Sheldon Good

SERENDIPITY IN THE MOST UNLIKELY OF PLACES

My Ultimate Concierge explained to me long ago that nothing good happens by accident. He was right on target. Read on for our serendipitous happening!   Elsewhere is a life based on…

My Wish for You in the New Year

MY WISH FOR YOU IN THE NEW YEAR

As the New Year rolls in, these are my thoughts for all of us women over 50. Let Us All: Reconnect with life and let our anxieties wane.  Celebrate reconnections and live…

A Trip With the Grands

THE LUXURIOUS ART OF A HANDWRITTEN THANK YOU

I adore the word luxury. I strive to live a luxurious lifestyle. A luxurious lifestyle has nothing to do with material possessions, though I admit I do love to shop for myself…

THE JOYS OF SAYING NO AND YES

I am wondering if you feel as I do.  The story you are about to read concerns our new imposed lifestyle in, Elsewhere. Oh, how I wish the normalcy of the old…

Honey Good on Defending Your Principles

DO NOT FEAR DEFENDING YOUR PRINCIPLES

I don’t think one gets far as a confrontational person. This type of defense is aggressive, argumentative, and can be quite hostile. I am appalled by the behavior of caustic and sarcastic…

Simple Luxury

THE LUXURY OF A SIMPLE LIFE

The first thing that pops into our minds when we think of the word luxury are material possessions. Right? I happen to love the meaning of the word for a different reason.…

The Loss of My Dear Friend, Barbara Y. Rosenfield, Honey Good

THE LOSS OF MY DEAR FRIEND, BARBARA Y. ROSENFIELD

I lost the soul sister I always wished for. Her funeral was last Wednesday. It was a very dark day for me. I tell myself that the darkness will lift because that…

Serendipity

HOW TO EMBRACE SERENDIPITY IN LIFE

Do you embrace serendipity, dear reader? I make it a point to. I don’t live in the past. Truth be told, I don’t often think of the past because I am too…

My personal hustle, Honey Good

MY PERSONAL HUSTLE

Elsewhere has been overbearing in the ways it restricts my lifestyle as well as its ability to burden my life. There are the masks, lack of family, fears, homeboundness, and anger. Not…