Aug20 2012

Design the Second Half of Your LIFE: Your Ripe Report!

Monday August 20th 2012, AT 10:34PM   | 1 Comment

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We’re celebrating the transition we all make to the second half of our life by introducing you to our fantastic line up of “Change Agents”. These are women we’ve selected based on what they do every day in their lives. So, from my own perspective, they are practicing what they preach and making the changes within themselves to start out on a new journey and live each day with…love…focus…commitment…play…joy…movement…and MORE.

So, meet Julia. She’s author of three books. Her latest, RIPE: Rich, Rewarding Work After 50 – Your Guide to the Next, Best Phase of Your Career, shows that how we think about aging, work, and retirement is undergoing profound change. In 2008, her second book, We Are The New Radicals: A Manifesto for Reinventing Yourself and Saving the World, reported on another significant trend – people using skills acquired in their careers to work on the world’s greatest challenges.

I’m so honored to bring you Julia Moulden (pronounded “Golden”), from Toronto Ontario. I can’t wait to have her unleash her stuff. After all, Huffington Post has her writing in their global edition, and she’s worked with celebrities and prime ministers around the world, on 4 continents.

Come chat with us and get inspired on Wednesday, August 22 at 12;30 pm EST. Just dial in to our Real Women on Health online radio show at 1-646-929-2625 to listen or talk with us. We’d love to hear your voice and share your views with us on this dynamic time in life!

Thanks’s to YOUR Second Half of Life!


One Response to “Design the Second Half of Your LIFE: Your Ripe Report!”

  1. Nancy Davies says:

    Dear Friend. I’m writing you on behalf of three sisters who have written a book to help women and their families who are facing some of the same challenges they have faced within their own family when they were all diagnosed with breast cancer. We would be so grateful if you would help raise awareness about this reassuring guide book via your website, blog, or social media channels. The books main author, Amy Curran Baker is also available for interviews. Our goal is to ease some of the stress that goes along with a diagnosis no one wants to hear.

    Here’s a few more details:
    Amy Curran Baker is the author of Now What? A Patient’s Guide to Recovery After Mastectomy. As the title says, Now What? is a book about mastectomy recovery and contains all of the information that women need when preparing and recovering. This easy to read, practical resource provides a wealth of information from people who have been there and care enough to share. The upbeat and reassuring content is a must read for those considering a mastectomy, or anyone who wants to be supportive of someone who has been diagnosed with breast cancer. Clinical terms are explained in a comfortable, easy manner and it’s full of suggestions to ease the healing process.

    Amy’s mother, grandmother, and an aunt all had fought breast cancer, so she and her sisters knew that being vigilant about their breast health took a high priority. Just six weeks after helping her sister Linda recover from a double mastectomy, Amy went in for a routine mammogram and found that she to had developed early stage invasive breast cancer. As a new mother, at the age of 39, she underwent a bilateral mastectomy with immediate reconstruction. These very personal events inspired Amy to write this book.

    Now What? A Patient’s Guide to Recovery After Mastectomy is available at Amazon:

    This encouraging book has been endorsed by leading doctors and hospitals throughout America. We hope that you’ll be willing to spread the word about this valuable resource, so that others can benefit from Amy and her sisters personal and professional experiences. I would be happy to provide you with some suggested Tweets, Facebook posts, Blog or Newsletter info to cut & paste for your convenience. Please let me know if you have any questions, or would like more information. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Warmest regards,
    Nancy Davies
    Social Cause Consultant
    Office 310.274.8663 Mobile 310.923.6656

    Amy Curran Baker is an Occupational Therapist with 14 years of experience. Marybeth Curran Brown, RN, has 20 years of nursing to her credit, with an interest in oncology. Linda Curran, MSN, APRN, has worked for 9 years in women’s health and has focused on hereditary cancer syndromes.

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