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Susan Bonifant

Susan Bonifant is an essayist and novelist who has launched four children and returned to a full-time writing career. Since 2008, Susan has maintained a blog titled "Worth Mentioning," where she captures a sometimes overlooked view of parenting, friendship, working, marriage, and other aspects of daily life that make them worth remembering. Susan is a member of the New Hampshire Writing Project and the Grub Street Organization in Boston. In addition to the Christian Science Monitor, she contributes to the Concord Monitor and blogs at Worth Mentioning. She lives in Hopkinton, New Hampshire with her husband Larry and writer-cat, Gus.

life lessons, 2013, marriage, parenting, kindness, getting along with other people, midlife, midlife women

Things I Learned in 2013

This is my favorite time to post for two reasons.   I don’t  have to apologize for being preachy because you can’t write  a “what I learned” post without being preachy.  And, after a year of paying attention to people – the things they say and don’t say, the ways they are treated and how they treat …

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