What a cool, fun and great way to show your transition graphically! his is the medium and new career for Brussels based Paule André who illustrates her transition from a business background in the IT sector, to follow her passion and tap into her artistic talents to become a meeting “visual facilitation” expert ….
Challenges faced by different generations of women.
Elinor Rowlands is a synaesthete. For those who don’t know what means, she experiences and processes information and emotion through colour. She shares with us how colour has already shaped her friendships, decisions and career choices.
Jone Bosworth shares the story of her sister-in-law’s career transition from 6 digit salary earner as an actuary to become a pre-school music teacher to eventually setting up her own business….
Exactly 3 months after her wedding Luisa Mannu’s husband Antonio, physician and ophthalmologist, at the age of 35 was diagnosed with an extremely rare form of non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, for which there was little known medical treatment or research. Tragically, he died almost 2 years to the day after their wedding. Luisa tells us how their unconditional love sustained them through the darkest moments, when despite dealing with Antonio’s deteriorating health, they found happiness. She shares with us the stages of recovery from her loss, in a society where grieving can be restricted and incomplete and we are all pressurized into feeling ” happy” and urged to ” move on”. When she emerged from what she calls her “long dark tunnel ” she began training to become a grief recovery specialist to support others…
Shoes are connected with change and magic: Annabel Kaye looks at why we love our high heels at least some of the time!
Gwyn Teatro tells us how her recently improved vision compelled her to rethink her perspective of herself as a “person of youth”
Betsey Hartford recalls harrowing high school tales and being banned from the National Honor Society for….You won’t believe this tale from coming of age in the 60′s and 70s.
Do you feel comfortable? Regular contributor Gwyn Teatro suggests that the danger does not lie in being in the comfort zone. It lies in staying there too long. The question is, how long is too long?
Sharon K. Brothers talks about the isolation and challenges facing Boomer women squeezed between the responsibilities to their kids and now increasingly as caregivers to their elderly or infirm parents,
I found a room of my own, and it’s