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  • Visible and (Extra) Ordinary 50+ Women Mar 11, 2014 | No Comments

    Amy turning 50

    The next visible and (extra) ordinary 50+ women is Amy Wallen. Why Amy? Let me count the ways: 1) She’s 50+; 2) She’s funny; 3) She wears cool glasses; and, 4) She’s a helluva writer. Read more: Me: I was horrified (I know dramatic) how 50+ women said they became invisible when they became 50.  […]

  • Visible and (Extra) Ordinary 50+ Women (Part 2 of 2) Feb 4, 2014 | No Comments

    Judy Reeves

     Judy Reeves’  journey continues.  Read why Judy writes, why she likes the company of women, and why wild women are her favorite kind of women. Why writing?  Writing is not for the faint of heart, especially vulnerable, truthful writing, right? Yes, it can be heartbreaking, but I knew I was a writer at eight years […]

  • Visible and (Extra) Ordinary 50+ Women (Part 1 of 2) Jan 17, 2014 | No Comments

    judy

    I gripped the steering wheel.  I was a suburban girl.  I wasn’t used to driving in downtown San Diego.  The first car crash I had was here and it had been during the day.  Now it was dark only the streetlights glowed casting weird shadows on the street. I searched for the address. Where was […]

  • Becoming a Visible and (Extra) Ordinary 50+ Women Jan 2, 2014 | No Comments

    How to be more visible

      I’m not much for making New Year’s resolutions. I think it’s all those years growing up, and in my twenties, where I didn’t feel good enough, smart enough, thin enough, enough-enough. During this time, I didn’t just have New Year’s resolutions, I had morning resolutions, day resolutions, month resolutions. Inevitably I would fail. I’m […]


Giving
A 40 Plus Woman Discovers the Secret to Save Us: Math (Part I)
Oct 28, 2012 | No Comments

The US math crisis is one of the most important issues we are collectively facing in education, in our world. It’s no coincidence in the U.S. we are suffering from the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. How can a virtual math game save us?

Creating
A 40 plus woman wears red and…
Mar 4, 2013 | 1 Comment

Kirstin Imani Kasai has published two novels, ICE SONG and TATTOO, and more like erotica poetry. Kirsten has two lovely children. She could have rested on her laurels (okay this 40 plus woman had to look up what resting on your laurels means. It’s a nod to the laurel wreaths Olympians in Greece won. The meaning is just because you achieved this doesn’t mean you can sit back. Take that, midlife!), but instead Kirsten is looking toward her next goal.


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Amy turning 50
Visible and (Extra) Ordinary 50+ Women
Mar 11, 2014 | No Comments

The next visible and (extra) ordinary 50+ women is Amy Wallen. Why Amy? Let me count the ways: 1) She’s 50+; 2) She’s funny; 3) She wears cool glasses; and, 4) She’s a helluva writer. Read more: Me: I was horrified (I know dramatic) how 50+ women said they became invisible when they became 50.  […]


Judy Reeves
Visible and (Extra) Ordinary 50+ Women (Part 2 of 2)
Feb 4, 2014 | No Comments

 Judy Reeves’  journey continues.  Read why Judy writes, why she likes the company of women, and why wild women are her favorite kind of women. Why writing?  Writing is not for the faint of heart, especially vulnerable, truthful writing, right? Yes, it can be heartbreaking, but I knew I was a writer at eight years […]


judy
Visible and (Extra) Ordinary 50+ Women (Part 1 of 2)
Jan 17, 2014 | No Comments

I gripped the steering wheel.  I was a suburban girl.  I wasn’t used to driving in downtown San Diego.  The first car crash I had was here and it had been during the day.  Now it was dark only the streetlights glowed casting weird shadows on the street. I searched for the address. Where was […]



Welcome
Visible and (Extra) Ordinary 50+ Women
Amy turning 50

The next visible and (extra) ordinary 50+ women is Amy Wallen. Why Amy? Let me count the ways: 1) She’s 50+; 2) She’s funny; 3) She wears cool glasses; and, 4) She’s a helluva writer. Read more: Me: I was horrified (I know dramatic) how 50+ women said they became invisible when they became 50.  […]

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Giving
A 40 Plus Woman Discovers the Secret to Save Us: Math (Part I)
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The US math crisis is one of the most important issues we are collectively facing in education, in our world. It’s no coincidence in the U.S. we are suffering from the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. How can a virtual math game save us?

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Creating
A 40 plus woman wears red and…
Kirsten Imani Kasai, author of ICE SONG and TATTOO

Kirstin Imani Kasai has published two novels, ICE SONG and TATTOO, and more like erotica poetry. Kirsten has two lovely children. She could have rested on her laurels (okay this 40 plus woman had to look up what resting on your laurels means. It’s a nod to the laurel wreaths Olympians in Greece won. The meaning is just because you achieved this doesn’t mean you can sit back. Take that, midlife!), but instead Kirsten is looking toward her next goal.

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40 Plus Woman Meditates
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My doctor prescribed medicine for my high blood pressure, and 15 minutes a day of meditation. Where was I going to find another 15 minutes in my jam packed day?

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Inspiring
A 40 Plus Woman Embraces Her Inner (and Outer) Hippie
My sister, best friend and me in Pacific Beach

Imagine my surprise when I unwrapped the Haight-Ashbury Hippie Hemp soap thinking it would smell of pine and fresh air when in fact it smelled of my childhood.

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