She has spent some 25 years creating brand image campaigns, writing speeches and ghostwriting articles on behalf of her clients for industry-related newsletters, websites and publications, including — including the highly acclaimed Modern Love column and the Opinion page. Paula has been a freelance writer for more than 20 years, covering such diverse issues from roadside memorials–a cover story in the –to installing a bat house in the backyard.Her material often comes from the stuff of everyday life, such as getting caught re-gifting after Christmas, which ended up in a confessional essay winning her one of several Long Island Press Club awards.The Baby Boomers entered the legal profession at a time of expansion and change, bringing with them their long-established competitive and workaholic ways and importing their views on social change and self-expression.In law firms, corporations, and other legal employers, Boomers insisted on a modicum of feedback and argued for yearly standardized performance reviews to level the playing field for all employees.Following World War II, the average age of marriage dropped, and the number of children increased dramatically, making the Baby Boomer generation substantially larger than the Traditionalists. But in the early years of the boom, schools were overcrowded, colleges didn’t have enough seats, and competition for starting jobs was intense.Conveniently, this population explosion corresponded with a post-war economic boom (aided by the G. As a result, the young Baby Boomers learned to compete for resources and success.And with the wisdom of the years, baby boomer dating is even better! I make him feel alive after so many years of being dead. He bought riding boots and we went riding together. is a relationship advice expert, frequent guest psychologist on The Today Show and the creator of a globally available dating coach and Love Mentor® program. Diana is also the best-selling author of the acclaimed relationship advice book, "Sealing the Deal: The Love Mentor's Guide to Lasting Love", and of the best-selling relationship and dating book, “Love in 90 Days”.
She founded Write Time Communications, a marketing communications firm, where she writes executive speeches and custom content; her ghostwritten work has appeared in a variety of national publications.This blog is part of my special series called: Baby Boomer Dating Tips. And when you’re in your 40s, 50s or 60s it may seem next to impossible. Or emerging from a period of time where you were consumed with raising children.Or caring for elderly parents or perhaps you still are responsible for children and/parents. You might feel like you don’t have the slightest idea how to go about flirting.Once you take the dating plunge, you may be very pleasantly surprised at the possibilities. They often report that once they start, they feel more confident. I asked some pretty blunt questions that he happily answered in good detail. He created a business and sold it in 2006 because he had plenty of money and wanted to do something else. Christiane Northrup, Internationally bestselling author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom.
And, more clear about what they want and therefore more attractive! On the other hand, Bill, the writer, is coming out this afternoon.
A born-and-bred New Yorker who is happily back in Manhattan after raising two kids on Long Island, Robin is working on a book of personal essays in which she writes about, among other things, growing up in Far Rockaway and her time as a drummer in a rock-n-roll band. She is also a New York Emmy Award-winning promotional writer, creator of Long Island’s first i Tunes travel app and a scriptwriter for companies such as Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall and HBO Boxing.