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Women and Our Relationship with Money

Hourglass Workshops was created to help women re-discover ourselves in our middle years to create a more passionate, colorful and full life. This includes relationships—in all forms. A loving, honest and caring relationship with oneself is paramount and the cornerstone to how we will thrive in mid-life and beyond. We also explore how to best […]

Travel—the Elixer of Life!

From the age of 16, I’ve always loved to travel after a life-changing experience as an AFS exchange student to Brazil. With my newly issued passport, I clearly remember sitting in SFO waiting for a flight to New York City and then on to Rio De Janeiro. Looking back at my parents as they waved […]

Toolbox Tip #5–Road Trips–Venture off your Beaten Path

“On the road again!” was my October theme song. (thanks Willie Nelson). We just got back from a wonderful 2 week vacation–“Americana Road Trip 2013”!. Along the way I learned several things I felt would be great tips on life’s journey, especially at this time of our lives. 1. Identify several “must’s” in your life […]

Midlife Transitions–Bridging Old and New Energies

During this mid-life transition, my feelings can quickly shift from contentment to mildly crazy, often without any warning.  Sometimes I feel stuck, uncertain of where I am, let alone where I’m headed. This is intensified by my awareness of time quickly passing by and feeling I really need to get on with “it”–whatever “it” is. […]