I've decided to change the topic of this blog . . .
If you're going to make it, it's important to learn to tune out the negative, just like everything else. Know why you're doing this. Make sure you focus on your reasons for wanting to transition to grey hair and stay focused. If you really know why you are letting your hair go grey, ignoring the naysayers becomes a bit easier.
So, how do you find your passion after 50 when you've spent your life not really knowing? The easiest thing is to pay attention to that little voice in your head, or your heart. This is the voice that says, "Yes!", when you come across certain things. Focus on that thing that gets you excited, or that thing that you automatically are attracted to whenever you encounter it. It's about the feeling you get whenever someone mentions it, or you see a video about it, or an article. What gets you excited?
I think it's fair to say by now that you've probably seen something about grey hair transitions on social media. When I created this blog recently, it wasn't really my intention to discuss grey hair transition, and especially not my own. I'm a bit on the shy side, despite being a bad ass sassy rebel,... Continue Reading →
Recently, I've noticed a surge in advertising for assisted living/retirement homes. These are great places for people who need them. My issue is they're being advertised to people from age 50. They often start off with, "Are you over fifty?" Say what? Turning fifty is a huge milestone. I remember my ex-father in law used to... Continue Reading →
Throughout my whole life, I had always said that I never wanted to grow old. Thinking I could ever turn fifty seemed unfathomable. Then it happened, and if I had thought turning forty was hard, turning fifty really threw me for a loop.
As any woman over fifty or after menopause soon learns, taking off the weight gets harder as we age. I know in my case, no matter how hard I exercised, There was this last ten pounds that I just couldn't lose. I started training just over two year ago and had lost nearly 30 lbs.... Continue Reading →
When you own a dog, if you're at all observant, you'll soon notice how they at times seem like little angels of wisdom, sent to us to teach us lessons. I swear at times, when I look into my dog Taja's peepers, there's an ancient, very wise being living in there, like a mini Yoda.... Continue Reading →
Welcome to the Sassy Rebel blog where I hope to inspire women around the world to be the best version of themselves! It's also a place where I'll just, well, ramble about stuff sometimes. Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton I've been a professional artist for many years... Continue Reading →