New Chapters

Read Honey’s stories and musings on the importance of creating new beginnings for ourselves as we age while welcoming the new chapters life writes for us. These pages of Honey’s Diary span from the adventures of traveling over 50, embracing our changing bodies, and accepting new family dynamics to learning new things, transitioning into retirement and finding a new sense of purpose as women after 50.

Let’s Get Back to Living Life to Its Fullest

As I take a deep breath I say to you, darling, “Spring is here and it is time to get back into the business of living life to its fullest.” I chose…

Working From My Apartment In The Sky On My Beloved Laptop

Debunking Myths on Ageism and the Aging Workforce

The times are changing. As we age in the 21st century, we get to enjoy so much more opportunity and stimulation than what was available perhaps a generation ago. The status quo…

4 Tips On How to Date After a Divorce

It’s never easy to rejoin the dating pool after a divorce or a long time away. A lengthy period off from being single can make us fearful of the next step for…

Best Freelance Jobs for People at the Age 50+

Best Freelance Jobs for People at the Age 50+ What are the odds of people freelancing over the age of 50+ making the profession work? And, what kind of work is best…

How to Pursue Happiness After 50+

How to Pursue Happiness After 50 A while back I met a fan of Honey Good out and about in Chicago. And, we had a wonderful conversation about how to pursue happiness…

Kinder, Gentler New Year’s Resolutions in 2021

Kinder, Gentler New Year’s Resolutions in 2021 Reflecting and affirming, reviewing what was and planning what will be. That’s what the New Year is about for many of us. We have made…

Living the Dream: Moving Abroad Later in Life

Today’s story is written by expat expert, Rosemary Bointon. She helps older people work out what to do now to live longer, in better health with more fun and adventures. Enjoy this…

I Hope Elsewhere Goes Somewhere Over the Rainbow…

Darling, I was very dismayed, disappointed, and exasperated when I read Peggy Noonan’s Saturday Wall Street Journal column.  She writes her point of view every Saturday and I have been one of…