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A special message from Barbara

AS THE OLD YEAR WOUND DOWN, I was beginning to make a number of changes to fit the new direction of my life as an aging widow and professional writer who plans to write until she drops.

Changing technology forced some of these changes on me (needing to move my website, for example), but changing the focus and content of my newsletter this year was simply a personal choice.

"Every ending is a new beginning," says author Marianne Williamson, and that fits how I see my plan for the new focus of my Bulletins. Because I am now writing in direct response to the call of my heart, that means I will be focusing on LIFE topics of interest to me now—topics that I believe will also be of interest to readers of all ages. I still run a business at home and may share my own home-business experiences as I move forward, but I won't be talking about starting, managing, or marketing any kind of homebased business. Been there; done that. For me, it's all about LIFE now. After all, we're all aging and in a race with the clock to get the most out of every day of our life. 

What You'll Find in
the NEW Brabec Bulletin

UNTIL MY NEW WEBSITE IS OPEN, my Brabec Bulletins will discuss a selection of topics related to LIFE and some of the things I’ve learned and am still learning, observing, and dealing with as I try to age gracefully and productively. And being productive in my older age is important to me. I like to finish each day thinking that I haven’t wasted that day; that I've accomplished something of some significance to me or others.

Once my new site is open and I'm able to start blogging, I'll still be writing on the topics below, only just focusing on one topic at a time:

Topics to be discussed in future Brabec Bulletin s or blog posts may include:

Setting goals and pursuing new interests

Nurturing new and old friendships

Writing for pleasure or profit

Improving your overall physical and mental health

Dealing with medical issues and personal loss

Home maintenance tips (lessons I've learned)

Insurance & banking strategies in uncertain times

General money-saving tips

Coping with and adapting to changing technology

Inspirational/motivational tips

Christian encouragement

If the above topics are of interest to you, I hope you will join my mailing list now.

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