We know that midlife is a time of change, exploration, opportunity and, most of all, a time for you. Midlife Boulevard is a place where you can connect with bloggers and other women at midlife who are in the midst of this exciting and rewarding time of life. Life Reimagined helps people of all ages, midlife and beyond, to explore their possibilities and focus on their goals.
Created by AARP, Life Reimagined give you the place and tools to reflect on where you’re at, rediscover your passions, and set goals to get to where you want to be. Everyone can use feedback and reassurance when stepping into a new and unexplored experience – and Life Reimagined will give you that and more.
We are happy to bring you a thought-provoking and insightful book, Life Reimagined: Discovering Your New Life Possibilities. Called “pithy, informative and entertaining,” and “a marvelous blend of wisdom, inspiration and hope,” the book, Life Reimagined: Discovering Your New Life Possibilities, guides you through simple steps to make change a real possibility.
Richard Leider, co-author of Life Reimagined, discusses The Power of Purpose
Enter to win a free copy of Life Reimagined: Discovering Your New Life Possibilities by sharing how you’re reimagining your life in the comments below. 10 lucky people will win a copy of the book – compliments of Life Reimagined.
We then invite you to join us in reading Life Reimagined: Discovering Your New Life Possibilities with us this summer as part of the LR Book Club (hashtag #LRbookclub). Each week, beginning July 14th, we’ll be discussing the book on the Life Reimagined Facebook page. Join us to discuss the steps and tips in the book and what’s working for you.
There are so many of you envisioning the next stage of your life and we want to hear your stories! By joining the conversation and sharing your thoughts on Life Reimagined: Discovering Your New Life Possibilities, you can move forward with your life reimagined – and maybe help someone else find their way to a life reimagined, too. If you haven’t read the book, or may not have the time in the next few weeks, don’t worry – you can join the conversation anyway! We want to hear from you either way.