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How to Have Even More Fun on Facebook

Now that we midlifers have the run of Facebook since all the teens have ditched it (supposedly), we should be having fun, fun, fun ‘til Mark Zuckerberg takes the Facebook away! (That’s not about to happen, by the way, since Facebook remains the largest social network by a long shot.) So forget worrying about your Facebook […]

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Motherhood Is Meant To Be Savored

Jennifer Wolfe reminds us to enjoy each moment of motherhood, from the first minute until they’re grown. Though not always easy to do, it’s good advice. Read more from Jennifer on her blog, Mama Wolfe.   I rode my bike home at dusk today, far too late for mothers and children to be playing at the […]

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4 Suggestions for Retiring Debt Free

Toni Husbands shows people how to live debt free on her blog, Debt Free Divas. This is a real story of one client’s situation.   Annette Ramsey (no relation to Dave Ramsey – as far as we can tell) is working on a goal familiar to many. She’s dumping debt in advance of her anticipated […]

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Motherhood Is Meant To Be Savored

Jennifer Wolfe reminds us to enjoy each moment of motherhood, from the first minute until they’re grown. Though not always easy to do, it’s good advice. Read more from Jennifer on her blog, Mama Wolfe.   I rode my bike home at dusk today, far too late for mothers and children to be playing at the […]

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4 Suggestions for Retiring Debt Free

Toni Husbands shows people how to live debt free on her blog, Debt Free Divas. This is a real story of one client’s situation.   Annette Ramsey (no relation to Dave Ramsey – as far as we can tell) is working on a goal familiar to many. She’s dumping debt in advance of her anticipated […]

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How You Can Find Peace with People Who Annoy You

It’s usually those closest to us who annoy us the most. Angela Mager, RN, HC explains how you can learn to let things go that might otherwise drive you crazy. Read more from Angela on her blog, Happy Healthy and Hormonal. Are there any people in your life that annoy you?  They could be people […]

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My Grandbaby Shower

Grandmother showers are a relatively new phenomenon – and a lovely one! Joan Stommen truly enjoyed the shower for her granddaughter. Read more from Joan on her blog, Gramcracker Crumbs. Marching into spring means lots of new beginnings, and one thing we can count on to bud, blossom and bloom are new babies!  I have […]

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How to Have Even More Fun on Facebook

Now that we midlifers have the run of Facebook since all the teens have ditched it (supposedly), we should be having fun, fun, fun ‘til Mark Zuckerberg takes the Facebook away! (That’s not about to happen, by the way, since Facebook remains the largest social network by a long shot.) So forget worrying about your Facebook […]

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The Music We Love: The Bee Gees

Mary Burris is a passionate lover of music. We’re very excited to share her informative and fun posts about music on Midlife Boulevard. To read more from Mary, check out her blog, Jingle Jangle Jungle.   The Bee Gees were a pop music group that was formed in 1958. The group’s line-up consisted of brothers Barry, Robin […]

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Sometimes it Feels Like Somebody’s Watching Me

Suzy reads every email her fifteen-year-old son writes to his girlfriend. How? Months ago, David borrowed his mother’s laptop. When he returned it, she realized that he’d forgotten to log out of his email account. Which means that when her son is in his bedroom emailing his girlfriend about what a witch his mom is, […]

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An Empty Nester Road Trip

Nancy Wolf headed across the country with a friend, but like all of us with children, she couldn’t quite leave them behind. Read more from Nancy on her blog, Witty Worried and Wolf.   THE VIEWS OUTSIDE THE WINDOWS OF MY FRIEND CAROLINE’S CAR ARE SPECTACULAR. Ever changing landscapes that look like moonscapes so unusual are […]

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How to Spring Clean Your Diet to Lose Weight

Kim Acedo shares some excellent advice for spring cleaning your eating plan. Kim is a wellness coach focusing on midlife women. Her website is Transformation Wellness for Women . Happy Spring! I know you East Coasters are overjoyed. Well, I say we celebrate by doing some Spring Cleaning that’s going to help you shed some unwanted inches. I’m not […]

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Antipasto Main Dish Salad – Skinnified

Salad meets antipasto in this colorful, bursting with flavor, main course salad. I love having a big salad for dinner.  It also works great as a side salad for a gathering.  I’ve made it much skinnier by substituting reduced-fat salami instead of regular and using artichoke hearts packed in water, instead of oil. In addition, […]

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10 Book Recommendations for Spring 2015

So many books, so little time! Spring brings new novels from old favorites, unique voices and continuing sagas of families you may already know. Plus a memoir that looks fascinating! What book are you reading? Share in the comments – we’re always looking for good books to read, particularly we love books you’d recommend for a book […]

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Climb Every Mountain of Aging…With Style!

A woman in her seventies with poise and elegance displayed a true appreciation of the gifts life has granted her. When the loss of her greatest gift was mentioned, the pain in her countenance was evident; yet, she spoke of “joy undiscovered” and its pursuit, even as she enters eighty. In his eighties, the man was […]