It’s Never Too Late

This is an exciting project Chris and I want to start. Expect a blog from me on our Cee-Chris.com blog in the next couple of days. It will be about how reading just the introduction has already changed my level of happiness and energy.

Hugs Cee

Cee and Chris

I promised you a new focus this year, so read on for what’s coming up next.

Twenty-five years ago, Julia Cameron wrote her best seller “The Artist’s Way”, a book that has helped countless people rediscover their creative selves.  She recently wrote “It’s Never Too Late to Begin Again:  Discovering Creativity and Meaning at Midlife and Beyond”.   I’m in love with the book, because she challenges those of us who are retired, or are now “senior citizens” (what a horrible label), to awaken our inner child’s sense of wonder and creativity.  

I’m telling you about the book because it includes a 12 week course in “reigniting a sense of

  • wonder
  • freedom
  • connections
  • purpose
  • honesty
  • humility
  • resilience
  • joy
  • motion
  • vitality
  • adventure and
  • faith

Wow!  Doesn’t that intrigue you?  It does me, and Cee.  So we want to start a book club where we can all explore it…

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  1. This sounds absolutely great! I have the book, but purchased it a couple of years ago when I wasn’t able to concentrate or read much (in that fog of grieving that I’ve finally emerged from). I’ll look forward to the book club.

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    1. Hi, Angeline. Sounds like you are absolutely in the right place at the right time. I think you’ll find that you are in good company. We’re excited to welcome you to the club.

      We’re going to have a password protected page for the book club, so if you don’t mind sharing your email address, we’ll send you an invitation to the page and the password. We guarantee that we won’t share your email with anyone else without your permission. You can send it to me at Chris@Cee-Chris.com.

      We’re looking forward to getting to know you.

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    1. Hi, Barbara. I love it when people come together serendipitously! Welcome to the club.

      We’re going to have a password protected page for the book club, so if you don’t mind sharing your email address, we’ll send you an invitation to the page and the password. We guarantee that we won’t share your email with anyone else without your permission. You can send it to me at Chris@Cee-Chris.com.

      If you haven’t already done so, bop on over to Cee-Chris.com and join our web site so you get other news and reminders.

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    1. Yes, it is appropriate. For two reasons, I’m still not considered a “senior” and I’m doing it. The second reason, we want to have fun with people of all ages. Stay tuned to Cee-Chris.com for upcoming information.

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    2. I agree with Cee, any time is the perfect time. You’ll read a lot about retired people, by like Cee you should be able to translate that into where you are in life right now. If you go over to our blog by clicking the View Original Blog link above, you’ll find an Amazon link and can read a sample of the book.

      To join the club: We’re going to have a password protected page for the book club, so if you don’t mind sharing your email address, we’ll send you an invitation to the page and the password. We guarantee that we won’t share your email with anyone else without your permission. You can send it to me at Chris@Cee-Chris.com.

      I hope you’ll join us.

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    1. Fabulous! Cee and I are loving the book as we work through it. We hope having a whole club of people to bounce ideas off of will be great fun.

      We’re going to have a password protected page for the book club, so if you don’t mind sharing your email address, we’ll send you an invitation to the page and the password. We guarantee that we won’t share your email with anyone else without your permission. You can send it to me at Chris@Cee-Chris.com.

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