Let’s hit the ground running and create the right synergy, so we can go after low-hanging fruit. If you don’t have the bandwidth, phone me. Let’s touch base and think outside the box. I did not create the paragraph above. I stole it from the internet to illustrate that this is an essay about
May is Older Americans Month, or so proclaimed President Gerald Ford in 1976. It's the month that the nation is supposed to honor all the past and present contributions made by its senior citizens. Since I've already wasted 15 days in not acknowledging the greatness of my cohorts, I thought I'd use this blog to
Watch the interview here: http://epluribusamerica.com/susan-goldfein-on-aging-successfully-with-candor-and-wit/
"I've been clean for four days," my friend blurts out as we're walking our dogs in the park. "Wait! What?" is my shocked response. "I'm your best friend and you never confided in me that you had an addiction problem. What is it, drugs, alcohol?" "No," she says, "the news, I've given up the news."
If, like I am, you are an insatiable watcher of cable news and other panel shows, then you, too, have been invited into the homes of the Talking Heads. Thanks to the magic of Zoom and its ilk, it's no longer necessary for the various experts to appear at the studios of CNN, MSNBC, Fox
Friends: Earlier this month I was interviewed for the Second Act Stories podcast. The result is “Humor Me: A Speech Pathologist Finds A New Voice.” I hope you’ll give it a listen. If you are an experienced podcast listener, you can connect to the Second Act Stories podcast on Apple Podcasts (for iPhones), Stitcher (for
Susan Goldfine, author of "How to Complain When There’s Nothing to Complain About: More Thoughts About Life from the Far Side of the Hill" joins the show for some laughs. Are COVID-19 jokes okay? Listen to the podcast here: https://podcasts.adorilabs.com/the-boston-podcast/are-covid-19-jokes-okay?eid=IzkBUAg5gVmvFFrr
Listen to the podcast here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/711744/3632554
This wasn’t the first time that Susan Goldfein had considered a transition. But in her early 70s, the part-time Palm Beach resident saw the ending of the job she had given her all to, and at a point where many consider retirement, she found that "‘retire’ was like a four-letter word," she says. So instead of taking
Great turnout at my book signing on November 13, 2019, at the Palm Beach Book Store. Literally, a sell-out crowd!