Confidence can be learned!

Like a muscle, self-confidence responds best to consistent exercise and builds over time.

Give your confidence muscle a workout with these proven strategies to boost self-confidence through the roof! 

Creativity

Express yourself!

It’s a way we can respond to our circumstances by creating something uniquely ours from our hearts and minds.

Organization

Why is it good to be organized?

Being organized will make schedules and tasks more efficient, saving you time for the things you want to do.

Self-Care

You are worthy and deserving of care.

After a lifetime of taking care of others, it’s high time we made ourselves a priority. Self-care isn’t selfish or indulgent.

Relationships

Loneliness is the #1 concern of women over 50.

Strong, supportive relationships are vital to our well-being.  Discover ways to build and strengthen your ties to others.

Habits & Routines

Consistent actions can simplify life – or leave you stuck in a rut.

Develop habits & routines that simplify and improve life, and learn to break those that are no longer serving you.

Stress Management

We can’t avoid stress, so we need to learn to manage and control it.

Explore stress management techniques from meditation to exercise to journaling, and learn what works best for you.

Have a Conflict with Your spouse?

Read the series on Fighting Fair, and learn how to resolve your issues using planning, clear communication, support - and even humor!

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