Monthly Archives: July 2011

Beautful Women over 50: Monica Devine!

Monica Devine Monica Devine is an author, photographer, therapist, and baby boomer who lives in Eagle River, Alaska.  She also studies and practices yoga – one of the most beneficial practices (spiritual and physical) for women over 50.  Today, Monica … Continue reading

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Jane Great Products for Women over 50:  Sleep Aid I don’t usually give plugs, but today I am singing the virtues of Nighttime Sleep Aid. For the past five to six years, I have had trouble staying asleep.  No problem … Continue reading

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Sadhvi Sez: Follow Maria Thun!

SADHVI I knew the moment we saw our house that this was the one.  The place where I would plant the flowers and things that I loved.  I didn’t do much the first summer, wanting to see what kind of … Continue reading

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I’m Addicted to my iPhone

Minda Our guest blogger this week is, Minda Brown Jaramillo, from Cleveland, Ohio.  She recently moved back there after spending 10 years in the Southwest.  She has been employed as a Licensed Independent Social Worker for the past 26 years … Continue reading

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Sadhvi Sez: Summer Flowers!

SADHVI I saw my first leaf fall the other night on a walk with my dog.  It’s not the first time I noticed this right after the beginning of summer, just a few weeks after the longest day of the … Continue reading

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New Post from Oops50: Paying for a College Education in this Country

From: Jane Hatley Sent: Thursday, July 07, 2011 9:25 AM To: ‘post@posterous.com‘ Subject: New post: Paying for a College Education in this Country Author:  Jane Allow me to rant.  I don’t know how many of you out there are in … Continue reading

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New post: Paying for a College Education in this Country

THE COLLEGE DILEMMA And, in case you’re wondering: the debt is pretty much the same, no matter where your kids go to school—unless he/she qualifies for a few amazing scholarships that are out there for the straight-A kids who play … Continue reading

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