Lately, I’ve been hitting the road (actually, the air) and traveling a lot. It reminds me of my days as a consultant. When I started that line of work many years ago, I realized immediately that the stress of constant air travel could take a huge toll on me if I didn’t control it. At that […]
Are You Talking to Yourself? Read my LinkedIn post about the benefits of an internal dialogue by clicking here.
Solid Living Boomers are sometimes known as the “sandwich generation” because we are caring for our teens at the same time we’re caring for our elderly parents. This can be difficult and stressful to juggle. Here are some of the things I’ve found helpful when monitoring my mom (84 years young) and my daughter (17 […]
Today’s blog post comes from Mr. Fix-It, a/k/a my husband Ken. Ken is the ultimate handyman, carpenter and home repair expert. I’ve asked him to contribute occasionally to this blog because many Solid Living Boomers are also homeowners and have to deal with pesky home maintenance issues. Ken’s home repair tip today is a lesson […]
A few weeks ago I wrote a post for a LinkedIn blog called, “Downward Facing Manager.”This post presented ways that yoga can help people at work. I thought I’d adapt the content here on my new blog because I believe that yoga is one of the best tools that Solid Living Boomers can have to lead […]
To quote the Rolling Stones, Please allow me to introduce myself, I’m a man of wealth and taste. Well, maybe not so wealthy…and my 17-year-old daughter questions my taste all the time. Oh, and I’m not a man either. So scrap all that and let’s start again and I’ll give it to you straight. My […]