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A special message from Barbara
THE JANUARY ISSUE is on its way to subscribers.
You'll find some excerpts from it in my
"What I Did Last Year that Changed My Life." It illustrates how taking
just one step in a new direction can be life-changing.
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, 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
Bulletin. Because I am now writing in direct response to the call of my
heart, that means my Bulletin needs to focus on LIFE topics of interest to me
now—topics that I believe will also be of interest to readers of all ages.
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
EACH MONTH, THE BULLETIN'S NEW FOCUS will be on
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; have
accomplished something of some significance to me or others.
Topics to be
discussed in future Bulletins 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 learned)
Insurance & banking strategies in uncertain times
General money-saving tips
and adapting to changing technology
If the above topics are of interest to you, I hope you will
join my mailing list now.
P.S. In the past when I had a lot to say on a subject that
was too long to discuss in an email message, I loaded an article to my website. Here are some examples:
Tired of Being Fat? How to Finally Lose that Unwanted Weight (How I lost 50
pounds and improved my overall health)
Will You Still Be Working
in Your Seventies? (I'm planning never to retire. Wouldn't know what to do with myself if I quit working for myself.)
It's a Crazy World Out
There. Discussions of nine personal and business-related topics relevant to
both consumers and self-employed individuals—things Barbara found interesting and sometimes alarming, astonishing, and in one case, ridiculous.
Tips and Strategies for Living and Working More Safely and Profitably in Today's
Unsettling Times. Some important things I've learned from personal experience and
Power of Friendship and Love.
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