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–Liz Smith

“You are gentle, reassuring, forgiving, and encouraging. I love having these “private” sessions with you three days a week! This was just what I needed to get back on track!”

 

–Liz Smith

[VIDEO – FierceOver50] Part 3: Awaken Your Core

  Hello there, Dear One! Try out this video and prepare to be surprised at the feelings you will feel in your hips, low back, groin, and adductors (the muscles on the inside of your legs). Let us know how you feel! I devised this movement practice when I had a...

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[VIDEO – FierceOver50] Part 2: Awaken Your Core

b   Hello there, Dear One! This video asks you to use your mid-core – the area that you probably assumed was your core – by lying on your back and bicycling. Try it out and let us know how you felt during and after this brief movement practice! In my upcoming...

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[VIDEO – FierceOver50] Part 1: Awaken Your Core

  Hello there, Dear One! Try out my video and tell us below how moving your upper core makes you feel. This is the first of three videos that introduce you to a very new and deeply innovative view of your core – from the inside out and from your crown to your...

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[Women 50 and Wiser] The Most Important Relationship . . . .

Hello Dear One:   Mirror, Mirror on the Wall “Who is the fairest of them all?” As little girls, we were taught that beauty was the greatest virtue. But most often, when we looked in the mirror at ourselves, we did what we were taught. We judged ourselves and always...

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[Women 50 and Wiser] Taking My Inner Roommate for a Walk

Hello Dear One:  We have things we want to do, right? And now that I have more time, is the time to do them. Right, again? We're 50 and wiser and we have things to do! So what's holding me back? I'll tell you. That darn voice in my head. It is fierce. It just keeps on...

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[Women 50 and Wiser] Taking My Heart to Lunch: Three Lessons Learned

Anne Lamott teaches, “When you make friends with fear, it can’t rule you.” I am learning this lesson all over again this week. During this past week, I launched a course my coach and my buddies had been encouraging me to create for months. The idea came up during my...

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[Women 50 and Wiser] Surviving Failure Again and Again and Again

  Surviving Failure Again and Again and Again   Hello Dear Ones:  I’m back again this week with a blog that comes from the wisdom of Ruchi Koval – motivational speaker and blogger at outoftheorthodox.blogspot.com. She spoke recently about finding your path and...

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[Women 50 and Wiser] The Worrier Wises Up: 3 Ways to Let Go of Worries

The Worrier Wises Up  -- 3 Ways to Let Go Of Worries As many of you know, I have begun asking myself recently, what it really means to be “50 and Wiser.” True, it is a really cute phrase. And it is preferable, at least in my book, to “crone,” or “senior,” or even...

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[Women 50 and Wiser] What Forest Bathing Does For Us: Part 2

What Forest Bathing Does For Us Hello Dear Ones: Last week, I told you about how I found my own personal forest and how surprised I was to find out that the healing experiences I discovered in the forest were actually a “thing.” That thing, as I told you, is called...

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[Women 50 and Wiser] Being in the Forest is Good For Me Part 1

 Hello Dear One:   Being in the woods is good for me. I live in a suburban subdivision in Deerfield, north of Chicago, Illinois. At the time I met my second husband, Bob, I had been living in an urban neighborhood called Rogers Park in the northern side of the...

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