I may be a bit weird, (don’t all answer at once) but I really love coloured pencils. Just looking at that picture gives me pleasure. In many of my courses and one to one work, I encourage participants to inject a bit of colour into their lives. It’s not art work as such, just another way of looking at things. Doing things differently now and again generates a different result. If you’re ever feeling a bit stuck, got a problem
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I defy you to watch this video and not smile. I love it! Thanks to DonnaLou Stevens. In fact I loved it so much I contributed to her fund to make more videos. We need many more positive images of older women out there. If you’re interested there’s more information on that in this link. Older Ladies Are Divine! If the video doesn’t open for you click here to go to the You Tube page RenewYou, for all women, any
I’m pretty sure I am sometimes. I know, what an admission to make! If, like me, you’ve grown up through the fifties, sixties & seventies you will have internalised a lot of institutionalised sexism and not even realise it. I remember the first time I saw a woman driving a bus. For an instant (until my sexist rule came into play) I was flabbergasted. Why? Because up until that point I’d only seen men driving buses so it looked ‘odd’.
Yes, it’s true. Once you’re over 50 you can become invisible! At least in the media and films you will be…. This is part of an email I received from Ann Cameron, a Canadian lawyer: In 2006, two English friends of mine and I were talking about the lack of aspirational film roles for women over age 50. Yes, there were a few films featuring noted older performers, but nothing that left you feeling better about being older and/or changing