As normal life cycles stop and start, we often find ourselves at a crossroad, of sorts. A decision needs to be made. Taking the left fork represents one thing, and the right something entirely different. If knowing which way to turn isn't obvious, we tend to just hang out there for a while trying to determine which is the right path. Remember the yellow brick road scene where Dorothy stops at the fork in the road that no one told her was coming? She's forced to contemplate which way to go to find her true destiny. She has to choose.
It's all about the journey
This is part of the transition we all face as we move into our 50s. What do we really want to be when we grow up? It's a scary time, especially if you feel you have to make the decision all by yourself.
But, that's just it...you don't have to be all alone on that epic quest to find your real self. True, it's all about the journey, but who comes along with you is pretty important, too.
It's lot like dating
I hope you've been enjoying all the fun activities that summer brings. We end up doing lots of new social events. That means we find ourselves in other people's circles, too.
It's the perfect chance to widen our own friend circles. Somehow meeting someone through a mutual friends feels safer. That got me thinking...how can I help women stack the odds in their favor when meeting new prospective besties so things get off on the right foot? So that thought led to this...see it here:
I'm in my element when I'm exploring thoughts of this challenging topic of female friendships. Sometimes things spill out into the real world and end up here in this blog,
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