I grew up around numerous women who were in the second half of life, because I spent a lot of time with my grandmother, who was very involved in the Methodist church in our town. That church was alive through its older women—they made quilts, produced dinners, taught children, sponsored missions, and generally helped the [...]
To conclude our conversations about moving forward in 2013, we asked some colleagues how they plan on moving forward. Enjoy this video with their responses.
A few years ago, I wrote a little book called Simple Acts of Moving Forward: 60 Suggestions for Getting Unstuck. At the time, I wrote the book to get unstuck because my fiction writing had stalled, and I needed to keep up some sort of writing. I didn’t expect it to become a published book, [...]
We have a final author post on simple acts of moving forward in 2013. Here’s good wisdom from Catherine Wiecher Brunell, author of Becoming Catholic, Again: This is a difficult thing for me to keep simple. I reflect on it and quickly have a list in my head: workout, meditate, organize my house, plan more [...]
Our Loyola Press authors came through and gave us several ideas for moving forward in 2013. From Robin Davis, author of Recipe for Joy: One thing that freezes me is fear of failure—and its sneaky little cousin, fear of success. I mean, we often set goals to lose a certain amount of weight or to [...]