The inbetweeners

The inbetweeners



“I’m not scared of growing old, I’m just scared of not achieving everything that I want to do.”  ~Melanie Laurent

I created a Word Press identity several years to allow me to read, follow or comment on other Word Press blogs.   At the time, I was considering who and where I would start to write my own blog.

I decided to throw all my cards in with Google’s Blogspot at the time because I was optimistic that Google’s power in and of itself would fuel it to land on others radars quicker than anywhere else.

Five years later, I won’t say I’m disappointed.  After all, it is what I write and who reads, follows, or comments is what determines a blogs success.  I’ve had loyal followers since the beginning, with very few spikes in attracting new followers.  It continues.

“To me, growing old is great.  It’s the very best thing, considering the alternative.” ~Michael Caine

Since I decided to start my third blog about health and wellness, I decided to try WordPress with more concentration to see how it fairs.  I recognize that some of my favorite blogs are written here, a great incentive to continue my learning journey while fueling my passion to write.

“No one longs to live more than someone growing old.” ~Sophocle

Eventually, I would like to create an e-zine.  Inviting writers of distinction or distinct interests.  I am targeting a small percentage of the general population that I’ll deem “The Inbetweeners”.  A term I’ve coined to describe many of us caught between the two large bubbles of Baby Boomers and Millennials.  I describe it in more detail on my ABOUT page.  Call it a mission statement: To help, inform others glide into their 50s while minimizing what concerns us:  health, wealth, retirement, guiding adult children: their education, their principles, their characters, their finances, their values, weddings, children … and everything in between.

“The mere process of growing old together will make the slightest acquaintance seem a bosom friend.” ~Ed Koch

If you somehow fell onto my page accidentally – HELLO!  If you took the time to read — WHY THANK YOU!  If you shared it — BLESS YOU! And, of course, if you subscribed to it — GRATITUDE!

We all start somewhere, somehow and this is it for me.  A journey about writing, learning and most importantly, sharing knowledge that I am discovering.  Together, with you.


“I am growing old, and my future, so to speak, is already behind me.” George Wald



Cindy Crawford is not yet 50, thus is not our target group.  She is 49 and will be 50 February 20.

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