Monthly Archives: March 2019

The Taste of Fresh Fruit

Picking Fresh Fruit I can remember it well.  In Adelaide’s hot summer weather, when I was very young, the fruit trees that grew in our back yard suddenly ripened.  We (my sister and I) would have surreptitiously picked some before … Continue reading

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End of Life Planning

Be Organised We all like to be well organised.  So many of us plan our weekends, our workday, our children’s activities and so much more.  We forget to plan for the one event that is ultimately inevitable.  The end of … Continue reading

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Planning Safety for Seniors

Back Story Over the past few days, I have given great thought to the issue of safety for solo senior women and their safety.  I’ve talked with people and done research online.  As a result, I have some advice for … Continue reading

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Forgotten Senior Solo Women

How can we improve the lives of Senior Solo Women, those who have no family or close friends? With modern technology surely something can be done.

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Saving Documents

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Happy International Women’s Day

Celebrations Here it is, IWD, and on this day I will not be celebrating.  My celebration will be tomorrow – though today I will be celebrating the life of a wonderful lady who was an inspiration to other women, working … Continue reading

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Family History

My collection of family history is immense. I am hoping that when I pass off this world, that at least some of my offspring will find the material of interest and perhaps do more research.
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