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A ONE OFF GIFT? A while ago I saw a quote that got me thinking. The quote was: "Everyone Is Gifted, but Some People Never Open Their Package" and although it sounded very profound, I stopped and ran it through my head one more time and started to question the whole premise of only being given one gift in life.
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WELCOME
Welcome to our EXCLUSIVE Midlife Share The Love Link Party Number 3! It's been great to have so many wonderful Midlife bloggers linking up and then commenting on, and sharing each other's posts. It gives me such a boost personally (and on my page!) and I hope those who join in feel the same - because it's all about supporting and encouraging each other's blogging journey.


This is a place where we help each other to grow our page views. We are VERY focused on finding Midlife Lifestyle bloggers who want to be part of a proactive group who care about each other and are interested in connecting and supporting each other. If you're unsure if this is for you then please have a read of my intro post that explains what it's all about.
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FINDING BALANCE PART 3Last week I shared Part 1 and Part 2 of a quote from Charlotte Freeman that gave some great suggestions on how to find balance - and consequently some contentment and happiness - in life. This is the third (and last) part of my series - where I'm sharing how her thoughts intersect with Midlife and trying to get the balance right.
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FINDING BALANCE PART 2On Monday I shared Part 1 of a quote from Charlotte Freeman that gave some great suggestions on how to find balance - and consequently some contentment and happiness - in life. This is the second part (of a three part series) where I am sharing how her thoughts intersect with Midlife and trying to get the balance right.
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WELCOMEWelcome to our EXCLUSIVE Midlife Share The Love Link Party Number 2! Our first party last week was a roaring success with so many great bloggers linking up and then commenting on, and sharing each other's posts. It gave me such a boost personally (and on my page!) and I hope those who joined in felt the same - because it's all about supporting and encouraging each other's blogging journey.

This is a place where we help each other to grow our page views. We are VERY focused on finding Midlife Lifestyle bloggers who want to be part of a proactive group who care about each other and are interested in connecting and supporting each other. If you're unsure if this is for you then please have a read of my intro post that explains what it's all about.
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IT'S ALL ABOUT BALANCELast Thursday, when I wrote about losing my happiness I realized that part of the problem was that I'd lost the balance I had in my life. Some areas had been completely swamped and were drowning out other aspects and dragging me down.

Recently I read a quote from Charlotte Freeman that gave some great suggestions on how to find balance again - and consequently some contentment and happiness. I've been striving so hard and not really getting very far. Where has the serenity gone? Where has the simplicity of just being in the moment gone? How do I find balance in my life again?
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ASKING THE BIG QUESTIONI mentioned in my Goodbye to 2017 post that I had struggled with a couple of things last year - my job, and a falling out with a person I was very close to. Both of these upsets caused me a great deal of heartache and stress - there were many times when I was quite teary and genuinely unhappy. I struggled with coming to terms with my lack of ability to find balance in my life, and a to be in a good place with both areas. The big question was - How did I lose my happiness?
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WELCOMEWelcome to our first EXCLUSIVE Midlife Share The Love Link Party Number 1! 

This party is EXCLUSIVE because we want to support and encourage each other's blogging journey. This is a place where we help each other to grow our page views. We are going to be VERY focused on finding Midlife Lifestyle bloggers who want to be part of a proactive group who care about each other and are interested in connecting and supporting each other. If you're unsure if this is for you then please have a read of my intro post that explains what it's all about.
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IF WE WERE HAVING (ICED) COFFEEIt's time to celebrate the end of January (with a nod to December because I didn't do a December update - I was too busy enjoying Christmas!) Why not share another virtual cup of coffee with me while I update you on what's been going on in my life lately. I love a good 'Taking Stock' blog post, so I hope you'll humour me and sit a while with me in a lovely little cafe I love to visit while I share my news.
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DRUM ROLL!
My blogging buddy Sue Loncaric from Sizzling Towards 60 and Beyond is joining me next week to launch our new and Exclusive Midlife Link Party. You might be thinking "Oh, another link party to add to my collection" but what we've been planning is something a bit different to your average Link Up. We want to go beyond the usual format and do something that comes from a different direction.
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