The path to forgiveness can be difficult and painful. This is what we found.
I am a transplanted prairie girl — I moved to the West Coast more than 30 years ago, where I fell in love with the ocean at first sight! One of my greatest joys is walking along the beach, listening to the waves break — a sound that never fails to soothe and inspire me. I live in Metro Vancouver with my husband and our dog, Frankie. Our two grown daughters live close enough that we hardly feel like “empty-nesters.”
I am a media and marketing coordinator — a career that combines two of my passions, writing and graphic design. I love watching BBC mysteries and superhero/suspense movies (Hello, Netflix!) When I’m not trying to figure out my superpower you can find me immersed in a book (ask me what I’m reading now), writing (read all my blogs post below), or attempting to capture the perfect shot of my dog, Frankie (she’s adorable!). Check out her Instagram page.
My goal for the Fabulous Boomer Sisters is to highlight and support the reinvention of “old age” and create a space to celebrate the strengths, vitality and worth of every woman, especially those who are fifty-plus.
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Feeling a little blue? Here are 20 fun ways to get your groove back.
What do you think about the reversal of Roe v Wade? Read our new blog post & tell us your opinion
We read The Murderbot Diaries by Martha Wells. Read our review
What does self-love mean and how can we love ourselves, Read how we are choosing love this month
My family has a new gift-giving tradition. A homemade Secret Santa.
Last year, the Fabulous Boomer Sisters launched its first official blog post amid great fanfare.
Do you want to be a little kinder? Try these 25 easy ways to practice kindness every day.
Anxious People is the 251st book Novel Thinkers have read. Here’s a review
Do you have trouble getting a good night sleep? Read this post for some tips on catching some zzz’s
That encounter changed something inside of me. I suddenly realized — I was in charge of my life. Read more…
Thursday, September 30, 2021 is the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Celebrating daughters on International Daughter’s Day. How fast they grow! Cheers to daughters everywhere.
Visit our IG page. Do you notice something different about our hashtags?
Are there styles that women of a certain age should not wear? Find out what we think about that!
Are you prepared for your Death? This post talks about death, dying and asks why are we afraid?
Summertime — if you can’t stand the heat, we’ve got some tips to stay cool!
The world was shocked when the remains of 215 First Nations children were discovered in Kamloops, BC.
Part Arabian Nights, part thriller, this book takes us to an enthralling world where anything can happen…
Ageism is getting old – let’s end it! There are many ageist stereotypes let to smash. Join the crusade!
I remember my mother making bread from scratch. The mixing, the kneading — the waiting!!
We are keeping our minds active in the age of Covid-19. Find out how.
Let’s talk about sugar. A little sweet-talk and you may be convinced to quit all sugary treats.
Do you think about the words you use every day? Should you consider changing your speech?
International Women’s Day has come and gone. There is still work to do to reach gender equality. Find out more.
There is a lot of talk about “mindful living.” Is it just another fad or will it help you find your zen?
Strong memories can be brought to mind by something as simple as the fresh scent of an orange.
Listen to some of the music from our youth. Are some of your favourites on this list?
68% of Boomers own a smartphone. But are we learning textspeak?
Worried about your caffeine intake? Take a look a these 3 reasons to keep drinking coffee.
It’s a new year! Did you make any resolutions or set any intentions for
Happy New Year! Are you planning any lifestyle changes for 2021? Can you become a Super-Ager?
We are ready for some good news — aren’t you? Read some happy stories we found this month.
My soul is buoyant as the day lengthens into evening. Do you feel that too?
The memories of my childhood Christmases are interlaced with sights, sounds, and smells.
Sometimes when I look in the mirror, I must peer closely to recognize that the “old” woman I see is me!
Do you feel anxious and stressed for the holidays? Try these stress busters!
We are all members of the same society and we are all in this together.
You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars. You have a right to be here,