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50+ and Looking for Work? How to Land the Job You Love!

August 12th, 2010

The NABBW Announces THREE NEW August Teleseminars NABBW’s First August Teleseminar How to Land the Job You Love – Even if You\’re Over 50 and Worried That You\’re Too Old to Compete Our Guest: Mary Eileen Williams / Register Now! If you\’ve recently found yourself reading the classifieds, networking like crazy and wondering whether some of the new social networking tools like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn can actually help you find a job, you\’re going to want to sign up for our first NABBW teleseminar of August, “How to Land the Job You Love,” with guest expert,... Read More

New Post on The Voices of Baby Boomer Women Blog

August 1st, 2010

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New Teleseminar – The Elephant in the Room: Growing Older in Today\’s World

July 14th, 2010

The NABBW Announces A THIRD Teleseminar for July The Elephant in the Room: Growing Older in Today\’s World Wednesday, July 28, 2010 11:00 am EST with guest Emily W. Upham and Linda Gravenson www.emilyupham.com/ REGISTER FOR THE CALL!  Read More

THREE NEW JULY Teleseminars!

July 14th, 2010

The NABBW Announces THREE NEW July Teleseminars NABBW FIRST July Teleseminar  Read More

New Select Comfort makers of the Sleep Number Bed® Contest – Winner!

July 11th, 2010

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Winners Announced for the Writing Contest!

July 10th, 2010

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21st Century Dating for Boomers and Beyond

July 1st, 2010

Recently, a close friend (73, widow of three years) confided that she\’s been eyeing a good-looking gent at the city council meeting. After she related a story of chatting briefly with a ‘man my age\’ at Good Will, and bumped into him again ‘that very same day\’, I suggested that she may be ready to begin dating. “Oh gracious no”, she replied. “I\’m too old, too busy. I\’d have to get laser treatments for these age spots and lose some weight.” “And you\’re scared,” I responded. “But believe me, you\’re ready.” I advised her to give herself... Read More

Mother Nature Has Her Own Solution to Clean up the Oil Spill in the Gulf

July 1st, 2010

I have a strong connection with nature and I write to bring awareness to ecological problems about the globe. The current BP (British Petroleum) oil spill in the Gulf is the worst environmental travesty perpetrated by mankind in our lifetime. It horrifies me that BP knew they were taking risks that could allow this to happen and yet they did nothing to prevent it. Greed in the name of the almighty dollar caused this catastrophe. I am absolutely appalled, disgusted, dismayed, and downright mad about what is going on, or should I say what\’s not going on in the cleanup effort. Several groups... Read More

NABBW June Teleseminar – Zen and the Art of Journaling

June 14th, 2010

NABBW June Teleseminar Zen and the Art of Journaling Thursday, June 17, 2010 4:00 pm EST with Erica Miner www.ericaminer.com Author of Travels With My Lovers, and her newest book scheduled for release in June, Murder In The Pit REGISTER FOR THE CALL! Violinist turned author, Erica Miner has had a multi-faceted career as an award-winning screenwriter, author, lecturer and poet. A native of Detroit, she studied music at Boston University, the New England Conservatory of Music, and the Tanglewood Music Center, and ultimately won the coveted position of violinist with the Metropolitan Opera Company... Read More

Writing Contest – What if YOU Owned the Remote to Change Your Life? CLOSED.

June 1st, 2010

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