Struggling to find your focus in #lifeaftercorporate?

Change and finding one’s new purpose (in life) takes time and can be damn hard, especially after leaving a corporate career due to entering retirement or ‘being entered into retirement early’ (aka: losing a job). It is difficult today for many women my age at 50+, to find a new job that is fulfilling, adequateContinue reading “Struggling to find your focus in #lifeaftercorporate?”

When Out-of-towners Visit

There is a quote saying “The best things in life are the people we love, the places we’ve been and the memories we’ve made along the way.” I’ve never been one afraid of travel. During these times of the Corona-Pandemic holding many hostage however, I welcomed the courage of friends taking the trip and visitingContinue reading “When Out-of-towners Visit”

A trip back to the Neolithic Stone Age

I’m always amazed by stories of old, the ones you look at and wonder…”How???” Yesterday we visited the Pfahlbaumuseum Unteruhldingen, Germany. It’s an archaeological open-air museum consisting of reconstructions of stilt houses and lake dwellings from the Neolithic Stone Age and Bronze Age. I loved the display of how the early settlers lived at thisContinue reading “A trip back to the Neolithic Stone Age”

Things are changing… constantly.

Right now, change is happening on a much larger scale than what we’ve known so far. Our generation—Generation X—has seen and experienced much progress in the world during this lifetime. And let’s be honest: for many it’s been a challenge to buy into some of the New or keep up with the pace and ‘futuristic’ developments.Continue reading “Things are changing… constantly.”