I have had to let go of my vision of what a family should look like and how parents should behave toward their children.
Author Mimi Golub
Many argue that we cannot plan for aging, that we don’t know what will happen tomorrow. But shouldn’t we start thinking about it?
Looking back, I wasn’t self-confident enough at 18 to let my hair go curly. I tried to fit in with everyone. I tried to be something I wasn’t. In the end, it backfired.
Life in the second act can be lonely – kids leave the nest; parents become older. Even with a best of spouses and a fantastic family, everyone needs good friends.
It’s a dirty secret to talk about how life can blow sometimes. No one wants to hear it, or see it on social media.
Living the Second Act Founders Mimi and Stacy have been in business for a year but have never met. Find out what happens the first time they get together.
Even though life is good in my second act, there are still thinks that irk me. What are the things that bother you? Write them in the comments sections below the article.
Legacy. It’s such a big word and it makes me feel old. Even though I am in my second act, I don’t want to think about what my legacy will be. However, it can no longer be ignored.
The time that I wasted cleaning would have been better spent chilling with my toddlers even one minute more. Kids grow up so darn fast.
It doesn’t matter how many friends you have in your army, as long as they know how to love you in bad times as well as good ones.