I’m happy to report that in boomer life, the beat goes on. And keeps on going!
I’ve taken a mental trip back to the 1960s when I made candles using wax and crayon color poured in milk cartons. Only now, i’m making more formal candles with embedded crystals and flowers. They’re absolutely gorgeous, come in a variety of scents and everyone who sees them buys multiples….and wants to know more, like “is there a candle for fertility?” Stay tuned, more candles in bigger sizes to come! Read about them here.
Over at Unfold And Begin, Jennifer continued her Starting Over interview series by chatting with Charlene of Chronically Hopefully. Charlene shared stories of a life full of change and starting over including living in three different countries and of moving to England with just one bag, one friend, and no jobs. Her most recent restart is when she was diagnosed with ME/CFS and she shares how she keeps a positive attitude. Read When Chronic Illness Drastically Changed Her Life to find out more.
Writer Laura Lee Carter had some time this week to think about the wildfire that threatened her home a couple weeks ago. She decided to write about trauma, and how she feels now about where she moved four years ago…
Rebecca Olkowski with BabyBoomster.com is always on the search for an effective skincare system with non toxic ingredients. She reviews one of her favorite brands that’s made in New Zealand.
>Meryl Baer of Six Decades and Counting is on the road once again, this time with her hub and 14-year-old grandson. They look forward to two weeks exploring– but first must reach their destination, not always an easy, smooth task. Read about the beginnings of her journey in Hurry Up and Wait… Air Travel Summarized.