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Crowdsourcing the MidLife POV for BlogHer’14

The only way BlogHer can be meaningful for us is if we tell them what we want. I hate to say this, but it’s kinda like sex: you can’t expect your partner to know what you like or give you what you want if you don’t know yourself. Passivity doesn’t pay in any arena.

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Making Lemonade in the MidLife Job Market

It’s a terrible feeling to know how much you can offer a business or employer, only to be blocked from ever stepping foot into the building to shake anyone’s hand, simply because the electronic job search system has predetermined you to be an old geezer with nothing to offer.

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MidLifeBloggers Writers Workshop: Sign Up Now

Writing As Process & The Process of Writing: the philosophical, emotional and practical underpinnings of writing – 9/30 to 12/9/2013

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BlogHer 2013: Mostly Good, No Bad, A Little Meh

Times have sure changed, however, and the midlife/boomer crowd was this time, well, booming. There was a large contingent of us anywhere I went, so the days of walking into an event and having to make a place for myself in a large group of women–.

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Branding The MidLife Blogger

So if I’m a brand and parenting is not a part of my brand, then what and who and why am I? Below, in no particular order, some of my answers to that:

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