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It’s Never Too Late to Begin Again

Discovering Creativity and Meaning at Midlife and Beyond

Is that me?

…Midlife 

Once upon a time, midlife amounted to 35 years old. “Midlife Crises” as defined today affect 45-60 year olds facing job/career/relationship disappointment, empty nests, ageing parents and their own greying hair and stiffening joints.

Consider this for perspective – we invested a decade in our late teens and early twenties preparing for careers that would last for 30-40 years.

Rethink Retirement” is the message Dublin City University is using to promote it’s “Advanced Transitions Programme“. And here’s why:

Older populations themselves are ageing… For most nations… the 80 or over age group is growing faster than any younger segment of the older population.

So, we’re likely to be “retired” for twenty or thirty years. How to prepare? Where and when to start?

Here and now is as good a time and place as any.

Fresh endeavours and the humility to begin again…

Consistent throughout Cameron’s many works is the simplicity with which she presents exercises and tools designed to focus and keep us in service to our best selves.

The tools offer a means of gaining insight into our existing patterns,  whether in tasks that encourage us to take baby steps toward our goals, Morning Pages which help us identify and prioritise the patterns or by the Walks and Artist Dates which take us outside of our routines long enough to imagine and embrace new possibilities.

It’s Never too Late – How does it work?→

September groups forming in Dublin, Dundalk and Belfast!

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