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[23 Apr 2013 | 2 Comments | 1,261 views]
YOU GOTTA HAVE GIRLFRIENDS – <br />My Circle of Trust on the Internet!

A Mini Blog Tour
For My Ebook

You Gotta Have Girlfriends is a traveling “circle of trust “- of love and support – on the Internet shared by my girlfriends. Join me to celebrate our post-fifty posses and ourselves on the blogs and websites of my pioneering girlfriends. — Suzanne

“Suzanne Levine takes us beyond the frontier of our own expectations and into a new and hope-filled stage of life.”
– Gloria Steinem

Family & Friends, Featured »

[15 Apr 2013 | No Comment | 4,885 views]
Celebrate “You Gotta Have Girlfriends” on  “Feisty Side of Fifty” Radio, April 16th

by Mary Eileen Williams
Feisty Side of Fifty

YOUR TRUE BODY-MIND CONNECTION

It’s been said that, as we age, our body-mind connection becomes even more important to our overall fitness. How we view our lives, what we think about growing older, and the importance we give to taking care of ourselves are major factors in the state of our wellbeing. But, perhaps not so surprisingly, it’s a different type of connection that impacts our health in a major way. It turns out that those wonderful women who share our lives rank right at the top of the list—especially during the second half of life.

Featured, Making Change »

[28 Mar 2013 | No Comment | 10,814 views]
Mary Eileen Williams to Lead Take Action Workshop!

By Ann Voorhees Baker
Women at Woodstock 2013

So happy to be able to share this great news on my site! I love my radio programs with Eileen on “Feisty Side of Fifty” radio and am glad I will seeing her the West Coast (July 28-31,2013) and East Coast (October 6-9, 2013) Women at Woodstock retreats for women 50 (or so) & up — Suzanne Braun Levine

How We Love Now, News »

[10 Jan 2013 | One Comment | 1,942 views]
JOIN OUR SPECIAL “HOW WE LOVE NOW”  LAUNCH ON <em>FEISTY SIDE OF FIFTY RADIO</em>!

Suzanne Braun Levine and
Mary Eileen Williams, host

We are not our mother’s generation when ‘the change of life,’ as menopause was called, meant that life stopped changing. Second adulthood instead is about change and new kinds of intimacy. It is about the eyes-light up glow that is triggered by a wide range of loving relationships, including grandchildren, friends, colleagues as well as romantic partners – and new beginnings.

Family & Friends, Featured »

[19 Dec 2012 | No Comment | 1,493 views]
Female Friendship–The True Gift of the Season

by Mary Eileen Williams
FeistySideofFifty.com

By the time we reach 50, we’ve gone through a lot. We’ve lost loved ones to death and through the breaking of relationship ties. We’ve endured injured pride, damaged self-esteem, and crushing disappointments. We have sustained significant blows to the ego through painful experiences of rejection. And we’ve seen our nest empty, watching our children build their own lives while our loved ones (and we) grow older. We need our friends now more than ever before!

Featured, Second Adulthood »

[26 Nov 2012 | No Comment | 1,140 views]
SELF- INVENTION – The Bond Among Women of All Generations

By Suzanne Braun Levine

One thing about being an older mother is that you are constantly reminded of the truism that age doesn’t really describe the shape of a person’s life. Nor does our place on the family tree, the generation we are assigned to at birth. When my daughter was born I was 44, old enough to be her grandmother. When she went to school, I was old enough to be her teachers’ (and her friends parents’) mother. At the same time my contemporaries had long since forgotten about coping with babies and young children – they were on to the joys of grandchildren. My most meaningful cohort was other women with children my children’s age, but not my age themselves.

Featured, Making Change »

[11 Aug 2011 | One Comment | 1,493 views]
Finding Work After 55! It’s<br />Easier Than You May Think

Mary Eileen Williams, author
“Land the Job You Love!”

One third of job seekers are now over 55!

How are we doing?

Featured, Second Adulthood »

[16 Jun 2011 | One Comment | 1,217 views]
SELF- INVENTION – The Bond Among Women of All Generations

By Suzanne Braun Levine

One thing about being an older mother is that you are constantly reminded of the truism that age doesn’t really describe the shape of a person’s life. Nor does our place on the family tree, the generation we are assigned to at birth. When my daughter was born I was 44, old enough to be her grandmother. When she went to school, I was old enough to be her teachers’ (and her friends parents’) mother. At the same time my contemporaries had long since forgotten about coping with babies and young children – they were on to the joys of grandchildren. My most meaningful cohort was other women with children my children’s age, but not my age themselves.

Enjoy 50, 60, 70, Featured »

[14 May 2011 | No Comment | 1,152 views]
“FEISTY SIDE OF FIFTY RADIO” ROCKS!<br />Celebrating Baby Boomer Women

Mary Eileen Williams. Reinventing the
Spirit and Style of Aging

Mary Eileen Williams, the warm, lively and informative host of “Feisty Side of Fifty Radio,” promises her listeners: “Give me just fifteen minutes of your time and I’ll give you interviews with authors, actors, and experts who will inspire you to make significant and positive changes in your own life.” And, she delivers on the promise.

Featured, Making Change »

[16 Apr 2011 | No Comment | 1,060 views]
“Nothing Changes if Nothing Changes”<br />Where Do You Want/Need to Be?

By Suzanne Braun Levine,
FIFTY IS THE NEW FIFTY,
10 Life Lessons for Women
In Second Adulthood

Second Adulthood is all about change…the changes that befall us and those we generate. The first without the second creates a miasma of disappointment. The second, if it doesn’t incorporate the first, is frustrating and discouraging…