Posts Tagged ‘quality of life’

October 6th, 2011

On Living & Loving in My Prime Years…

In my prime years with my husband

In my prime years with my husband at a party

Welcome to “In My Prime,” my latest online adventure! I’ve been living and writing online for many years now, over a decade. But I mostly have either done freelance writing for health sites (and others) or created my own content websites. I’ve done a few blogs along the way too, but they were mostly niche blogs that were either designed to make money selling something or that connected with one of my content websites.

This is the first time in a long time I’ve even thought about doing a more personal blog. But I have recently been reading and helping design my adult daughter’s blog, Orange You Sweet, and I have to say that it inspired me to jump into the fray myself. I do love to write after all, and I could use an outlet for expressing my many passions, frustrations and joys in the written word. Sometimes there are things that are hard to talk about with those close to me, or not time for.

I am after all a rather cerebral person who loves the written word. So I hope to use the pages of this blog as a sort of journal, but one that I feel comfortable making public. I hope that my thoughts and passions will be of interest to others. But I also plan to share things I find of value online, products I love to use and perhaps even projects and tutorials down the line. I don’t know… this blog will be a bit of work in progress, though I have tons of plans flitting through my head. :)

Who Am I?

You can read all the nitty gritty details of my life, thus far, in my About Me page. But to give you the short synopsis… I am a 50ish married woman with 2 grown daughters and an adorable new grandson, 3 dogs and a cat. I have a great, though high-strung husband whom I love dearly. We do wonderful outdoor things together all the time. We both have a passion for life that we don’t plan on quenching for many decades to come. We are healthy and fit and vigorous and don’t believe in giving in to growing old.

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