95% of women don’t ever take charge of their lives….Mickie thought she was in the 5%: A visit to a personal trainer shook that belief. She learned a shocking Reality and that Truth created a huge challenge. Keeping her eye on the horizon, on her goal…she explains how the gremlins of doubt and self-sabotage will not derail her focus on better health.
Mementoes are a reminder of a time that gave us joy, and truly precious mementoes will never vanish…not from our homes, not from our minds.
It’s time to get rid of those things that no longer serve us…in our homes and in our minds. Mickie gives you suggestions for deciding what to keep and what to let go.
It's a realization that can take awhile to sink in. We are all aging. However, in this episode, Mickie Zada turns the tables on her age and learns to celebrate all the years and the wonderful things that have come into her life!
I wasn’t at Woodstock; I didn’t ride a Freedom bus; I didn’t participate in sit ins to protest Vietnam. As a “53-year-er” I am part of the Generation to experience the first man on the moon, the first computers and easy, safe birth control.
We are the next Generation to transition, to pass….to die. Are we leaving the world in a better or worse condition than we inherited from our parents?
The answer is a resounding…. I don’t know!