Baby Steps, Book Reviews, Life After Forty, Random Ramblings

Sometimes, You Need to Learn how to RUN Before You Can Walk.

When I turned 40, it wasn't a big deal. I felt good, younger than my calendar age. Sure I had some arthritis in my knee. Yes, I had problems with swelling in my wrists, the start of carpal tunnel syndrome, but I learned to adapt to the changes in my body. I got some wrist… Continue reading Sometimes, You Need to Learn how to RUN Before You Can Walk.

Life, Life After Forty, Random Ramblings, The Daily Post

“Little Juli” Has Her Own Wisdom to Share…

I've been doing a lot of soul-searching, especially towards the end of this past year.  I am NOT the same person I was in my thirties, or in my twenties, or in my teens.  I have bean gleaning wisdom from the little child I once was, the little girl who liked to play with dolls, who… Continue reading “Little Juli” Has Her Own Wisdom to Share…

Life After Forty, Perimenopause, Random Ramblings

Living with Perimenopause: Part One

Before we get started, I should probably make this clear.  I'm not a doctor.  I'm not a nurse. (I've had lunch with a nurse, but that doesn't count.)  I don't work in the healthcare field or industry.  I'm the "thing that reads a lot," a woman with an obsessive yearning for knowledge.  I may not… Continue reading Living with Perimenopause: Part One