I Am 50, and the Angels Still Sing

Today, my son, 19, returned home from classes at the University of New Orleans, bounded into my bedroom where I was working and said, "So, tomorrow, you'll be over the hill." I said, "What do you mean? I'm already over the hill." And I laughed. He said, "Mom, haven't you heard that 50 is the new 40? Everybody knows that the half-way point makes you over the hill." ...more

I need this kind of boost, LoveBabz. Thank you. :-)

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Resources and The 4-Hour Workweek

The services featured below provide you with the tools and resources to help you succeed both personally and professionally....more

It's Never Too Late for Civility

I have been known to drop the ball in practicing what I preach.Sometimes it can be hard to behave in a manner that matches your words.I was challenged by this recently.A few weeks ago, I was at the height of, “THIS MONTH SUCKS DONKEYBALLS AND IT CAN EFFING DIE. DIE. DIE!!!"One day was particularly bad....more

Comments that are hurtful by those that are supposed to love and protect us are especially ...more

BlogHer's Wall of Shame and Fame: Demon Sheep, Nude on the Red Carpet and Dudes vs. Vampire TV

This week in BlogHer's Wall of Shame (and Fame): Beyonce sports a lovely shade of white chick, while demon sheep flock to GOP politics ... More of BlogHer's Wall of Shame and Fame: "Now with Wings," Tots in Heels, Just Lie Back and Think of Canada ...more

Or should I say, the filmgrrrrl in me (as was my handle in college) is really routing for ...more

Julie, Julia, and me

When I read Julie & Julia as my in-air entertainment last October, it resonated with me in a way I hadn't expected. I thought it would be fun to learn more about The Julie/Julia Project, but I didn't think I'd necessarily take anything away from it. ...more

Blogger Changes Its FTP Rules

The announcement on the Blogger Buzz blog had the mild mannered title An Important Note to FTP Users. To the bloggers who use Blogger FTP for their blogs, the news was more of a bombshell. Some bloggers reacted like Helen Barrett from E-Portfolios for Learning in Blogger discontinuing FTP support. ...more

and of course, if you want to step into the deep water, you can consider Drupal. I would be ...more

What I Didn't Know About My Facebook Friend

Everyday Shakespeare http://www.everydayshakespeare.com   I met R. in Israel during the summer of 1998. I was doing research for my dissertation; she was studying Hebrew just for fun. From there, she planned to go to Bali. ...more

The "F" Word

  This week my students forced me to give them a 30 minute long lecture on why being called a Feminist isn't necessarily a bad thing – mainly because they were embarrassed to call themselves Feminist – even when they were. This class has inspired this rant/ blog post. I've wrote this on my blog a couple of weeks ago. But, this week when my students insisted that my ranting skills need a bigger audience - I thought of posting it up here.  ...more

The voice of "women of a certain age"

Have you ever visited a blog, a really cool blog, and wished there was something similar geared towards your own age group?  So many blogs these days are all about the mommy age - the thirty-something woman in the midst of raising her small children, but what about the woman that is past the mommy age?  Where is her voice? ...more

Following your dream...

No matter where it takes you is always the best way to go!  We grow every day now with confidence and satisfaction that we are finally exactly where we are suppose to be in our lives. Kimberly Peterson Freelance Writer, Photographer, Entrepreneur & Jack of All Trades Kimberly@hittheroadjackenterprises.com Visit our website at www.hittheroadjackenterprises.com or our blog at http://hittheroadjackonawingandaprayer.blogspot.com/ Liv...more
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