Note to Self – A Guide to Self Preservation in my Senior Years

Lynn has written a powerful message that we all need to hear as we get older. I hope you will read it.

Life After 50

Often, we read about people writing to their younger selves, sharing advice they wish they had known in their earlier years.  This is done in the hopes that another younger person may read it & benefit from this sage advice.  An attempt to somehow lessen the stress & self-doubt a younger person feels as they move forward in life.

This got me to thinking.

At the age of 54, based on my life experience to date, what advice would I deliver to myself in my senior years?  If I had the chance to have a conversation with my older self, what nuggets of knowledge would I feel it necessary to share?

Hopefully one of my kids will have tucked this away in a safe place, waiting for the appropriate time to present me with my own words of advice.  Lord knows, I won’t be able to find it anywhere & I…

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About Joanne Sisco

Retired but not idle. Life is an adventure - I plan to continue to embrace it.
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9 Responses to Note to Self – A Guide to Self Preservation in my Senior Years

  1. Mrs. P says:

    Loved it…so fitting in many ways. Thanks for the share.


  2. treerabold says:

    “Be someone you would like to remember!” Such good advice….that and “practice safe sex!” 🙂
    Thanks for sharing this Joanne!


  3. A good 18! I enjoyed this post and always nice to read a new blogger! I love “listen to music”… Yes!


  4. I also loved this post, Joanne. Well done giving it a wider audience!

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