What are You reading?
We’re eclectic readers here at Me-At Last! We read to find our center and purpose. We read for how-to’s on putting purpose into action. And we read for explorations of ageism. What are we up against? We want to know.
And then we know how to take our own, personal action steps.
Are You a Replacement Child? A conversation about improving self-worth and overcoming guilt with Author Barbara Jaffe, Ed.D. Many of us grow up with the circumstances of our births being part of family lore — comments such as, “We didn’t even think we could have any...read more
Know Your Center and You’ll Find Your Strength “I AM. That’s it. I AM is not a story. It is truth. But just one word tacked onto I AM turns it into a story and thus an untruth.” ~ Cate Montana, author of The E Word, Ego: Enlightenment & Other Essentials. Me-At...read more
Who’s in charge? You. But only if you KNOW you are. And know WHO you are. I like reading books by women who are doing well – living life fully, healthfully and productively – and sharing how they do it. And I mean sharing the real “how”, not just the surface elements....read more
Ageism Be Gone! Grab hold of your age, own it, shape these years into what you want them to be and make life happen for you – that’s a message you’ll find behind every chapter in Jo Ann Jenkins’ book, Disrupt Aging: A Bold New Path to Living Your Life at Every Age....read more
“If we do not push back, people are going to push us around,” says Ashton Applewhite, author of This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism. She doesn’t appear to be a violent woman as she stands at a lectern in front of a group of women and men at a Portland Senior...read more
The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself, by Michael A. Singer, 2007. For me The Untethered Soul's greatest gift is its metaphor of our lives as houses, with our fears, accumulated judgements and preconceived notions as walls, locks and shutters keeping us...read more