The title of Megan Munroe’s new book, Bitch? Please!: How Nice Girls Can Succeed in a Bitch’s World caused me to wince. Frankly, I'm tired of seeing the "B" word in book titles (and elsewhere) but I realize that the coarseness of our culture makes acceptable many words that demean women. It's bad enough when the "B" word is hurled at a woman by a man; it's even more … [Read more...] about Do Nice Girls Finish First?
A recent Science Daily press release claims research shows that High-Earning Women Want Older, More Attractive Partners. Say what? Did I read that right? High earning women want OLDER more attractive … [Read more...] about What Do High Earning Women Want?
by Gigi Konwin
Every year, I take the Consumer Lab Supplement Survey and every year I post the results. Although I love the CL supplement testing, it dawned on me this year that the results of these supplement surveys are pretty much the same every year because they are having the same people take the survey every year (their … [Read more...] about 2010 Consumer Lab Supplement Survey Results
by Mary Lloyd +++++++++++++++ Play isn't just for kids, and we need to get better at it. These days, instead of playing, most of us watch. Football. Tennis. Soccer. A movie. They may be interesting, but they're nowhere near as therapeutic as doing something yourself. Being totally immersed in fun for a few hours can be as soothing as going on vacation for a week if you can … [Read more...] about Go Play!
My name is Patricia Weaver. I am a producer, documentarian, speaker, co-creative consultant and coach and an age activist. I create and produce special events with organizations, non-profits, and community organizations. I specialize in promotion and … [Read more...] about Be Inspired: Meet Patricia Weaver
by Barbara Morris, R. Ph.
A subscriber opted out of my newsletter giving this reason:
"I think being 58 this is not for me yet."
If not at 58, then when will it be time to think about putting old on hold?
Unfortunately, an "I don't want to think about getting old now" mindset at age 58 usually … [Read more...] about Are You Too Young to Think About Being Old?
by Mary Lloyd
Many assume we need to use our analytical brain to get ahead. Others insist moving toward a more creative approach is our only hope. In his book A Whole New Mind, Dan Pink lays out convincing arguments for using both. To create stay-in-America jobs and sturdy careers, we need to mesh creative thought and analytical … [Read more...] about For the New Year…A Whole New Mind
by Barbara Morris, R.Ph.
https://www.putoldonholdjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/movin-on2.jpg" alt="" title="movin-on" width="100" height="100" class="alignright size-full wp-image-822" />During the past year, social and cultural expectations and traditions have played a huge role in how you, as an older … [Read more...] about Break Free This Year
This is probably the only site on the Internet whose sole purpose is to identify the retired senior lifestyle as a culture of decline and to encourage Boomer and younger women to avoid it if they wish to stay youthful, vital and dynamic in their mature years. It’s difficult to avoid becoming a traditional “senior” because our culture automatically labels those over 50 as … [Read more...] about Welcome to the Put Old on Hold Journal!
Thank you for subscribing to the Put Old on Hold Journal. While you are here, please take a look around. Your questions or comments are always welcome. If you would like to contribute an article, we will be happy to consider it … [Read more...] about Thank You for Confirming Your Subscription