July 1st was the launch date of IdeaLizms, my monthly e-magazine. There is a shortage of resources available to help Baby Boomer women navigate retirement and aging issues. I’m hoping IdeaLizms will help fill that gap.
Each issue will include candid stories about women just like you — along with tips, techniques, fun exercises, and advice to help navigate this time in our lives, or at least make us feel we are not the only one plagued with aging joints and financial fears.
For less than $1 a month, you can join our community of Lady Boomers and discover what ideally living means to you. Even if you aren’t a Baby Boomer I am so hoping you will join me.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Liz Kitchens is a writer and blogger. Her blog, Be Brave. Lose the Beige, reaches out to Lady Boomers, women of the Baby Boomer generation. Liz also blogs for Growing Bolder and Vibrant Nation, two sites devoted to aging issues. Liz conducts workshops on the health benefits of creativity and is an ambassador for the Creative Caregiving Initiative sponsored by the NCCA, The National Center for Creative Aging. Liz founded the Jeremiah Project, an after school and summer creative arts program designed to foster self esteem and encourage creative thinking among at risk middle school aged students.