Posts Tagged ‘letter to my younger self’

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A 40-Something Do Over. Follow Me!

It’s hard as you move on to different stages of your life and different cities to keep friends and make new friends. And at one point I thought…okay I have my few good friends. That is enough.  But what I have found in my late 30s and early 40s that new friends find you. People […] Read more…

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3 Gifts for a 20-Something (193)

What three “gifts” would you give a 20-something if you were a “Forty-Godmother”?  This is where I ask 40-something women to share 3 things to help a 20-somehting get a head start on gaining confidence to make decisions that are right for you. No more woulda, coulda, shoulda.       1. Don’t deceive yourself. For […] Read more…

Three Gifts for a 20-Something (134)

Every time I interview a 40-something woman for 40:20 Vision I ask them what 3 “gifts” would they give a 20-something if they were a “Forty-Godmother”. Here are one woman’s gifts: 1. Ask. You don’t know what you can get if you don’t ask. I know now there is really nothing to lose.  2. Friends…use […] Read more…

Why You Should Embrace Your Vulnerabilities

  Today a 40-something woman in the graphic design field shares what she knows now about life and fear — that life is more interesting in it’s vulnerabilities. ~ I wouldn’t be so afraid to be myself. I feel like what’s interesting about me is what’s different about me. Not because I’m trying to be […] Read more…

Change What You Can Change

  Unfortunately, for me, it took me until like mid-thirties to learn that taking risks was empowering. I also became better because of having taken those risks. I became better in different ways, whether it was doing something uncomfortable or seeing somebody I’ve wanted to meet a for a long time, or getting in a […] Read more…