Kinship

Kinship — our relationships with family, friends and community. Is one of the most basic of human needs, according to psychologist Abraham Maslow, who developed his famous Hierarchy of Needs in 1943. He postulated that once our physical needs are met, the next thing we look for is a sense of connection: community, friends, family, intimacy. Without these things, our lives can feel empty and cold, with little meaning.

What gives you a soul-satisfying sense of kinship? How do you maintain your bonds with friends and family? How do you connect to communities in today’s world? Make a connection with us and tell us your thoughts!

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The Calm Before the Storm

We did a blog exchange! Read Midlife It’s Tera Johnson-Schwarz’ post about her midlife journey.

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A Year of Living Fabulously

Last year, the Fabulous Boomer Sisters launched its first official blog post amid great fanfare.

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25 Acts of Kindness

Do you want to be a little kinder? Try these 25 easy ways to practice kindness every day.

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