sponsored post by Leslie Farin Second Act. Phase Two. Call it what you want, this new chapter of life is a time of transition. Perhaps you recently retired or were furloughed during the Covid19 pandemic. Maybe you suddenly found yourself single again. Whatever your situation, the fifties and sixties are a good
by Jenny Leigh Hodgins Why I became a memorial planning coach in my "second act" I learned the hard way, through agonizing personal tragedies, what's really important for a memorial. Again and again, I encountered grief-stricken scenarios where no memorial plans were in place for a loved one. I stepped up to
originally published July 17, 2018 updated December 7, 2020 Author: Abbey Garber Partner, Thompson & Knight When 50Plus-Today asked me to write about my second act, I wasn’t sure where to start. I recently joined the Dallas office of the law firm of Thompson & Knight, after spending over 31 years with the IRS
by Stuart Rosenfield originally published June 18, 2018 updated December 7, 2020 You can find employment at 50plus You’re well over 50 years old, and the company where you thought you’d retire just told you services were no longer needed. It’s a scary situation – but I’ve been there – 3 times. You quickly apply
originally posted 3/19/2020 updated 11/1/2020 by Ellen Blake 10 Ways to Keep Intimacy In Your Marriage November marks 32 years of marriage for me. My husband and I were wildly in love and spent every possible minute together while dating and for the first two years of marriage. We were young, relaxed and happy.
Exclusive interview with Hank Phillippi Ryan by Leslie Farin, Publisher 50Plus-Today originally published Jan 6, 2020 updated Sept 12, 2020 Update9.12.2020: Best selling author comes out with her 12th thriller, "The First to Lie". Never one to sit still, Ryan gives us yet another wonderful book full of intrigue and suspense. She masterfully weaves
by Leslie Farin Art and science-more alike than different As a child raised by a chemical engineer father and an artist mother, I was exposed in abundance to both the science and the art worlds. Many believe scientists are driven by data and artists by emotion, and therefore live very different lives.
by Ellen Blake Is satisfying and enjoyable sex at age 50 plus impossible? No - absolutely not. In fact, studies conducted over the last two decades show older adults have sex well in their golden years. If physically healthy and active, including sexually, people don't tend lose their passion. The desire for