“Financial security and changing attitudes make it possible – and often appealing – for women in the second phase of their lives to embrace the freedom of going solo.”
My advice on starting a new chapter as a single person is included in the latest edition of the Smith College Alum Quarterly.
Smith ’83 graduate Andrea Cooper, who has written for Parade, National Geographic Traveler and Vogue reports that 51% of Americans aged 45 or older are single (Pew Research Center). And that number is growing.
The article has several inspiring accounts of women who are single for various reasons, and how they feel/think/do this. Click on the picture above; go to page 22 to read the article and to 27 for my advice, outlined in a large box.
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I have two specialty areas – life transitions and time management – and they are often intertwined. If you’re finding you’re at a stage where you want to move on from a life changing event (like this one above), and figure out what’s next, let’s talk.
I offer a 1/2 hour “get to know me” session, at no charge. And it’s up to you from there.
You’ll get value from the 1/2 hour meeting – and you may want more after that. Up to you.
Talk with me and take a first step. 603.554.1948 if you prefer speaking to me.