About Me

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I’ve been writing articles, stories, advertising and marketing for 30+ years.  I’m still at it.  Several years ago I pulled up stakes and moved across country in search of lower humidity and longer trails.  RockTheWrinkle.com has grown from my desire to urge other baby boomers to achieve the rewarding lifestyle they’ve earned.  All opinions expressed here are just that—my opinions and experiences, thoughts and wisdom of those I interview, snippets from published articles and books, and other assorted musings.

My key words:   chocolate, gruyere, Marx Brothers, Placido Domingo, mountain stream and tai chi. A hopeless believer in the power of the universe and the restorative power of homemade macaroni and cheese.

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11 Comments

  1. You go girl!

  2. Laurie Flynn

    10/19/2014 at 11:03 am

    Amen to this! For me, 50+ means no more hair dye, wearing fashions I like, and finding a spiritual center that isn’t necessarily what I grew up with! Looking forward to these posts and the community that forms here!

  3. Thanks for the thoughtful & creative blogging, Laura. My wife and I “started over” two years ago (at 61) – we started an upscale thrifty store here to support local charities here in Memphis. I also recorded a CD recently that I’ve been wanting to do for years – sending you a copy.

  4. Laura

    10/19/2014 at 9:52 pm

    Thank you Jill! And Laurie, you bet, feeling good about what we are feels good. thanks Tom for the comments and best of luck!

  5. Bethany Edwards

    10/20/2014 at 12:50 pm

    This is awesome, Ms. Laura. I need to discover new ways to recharge, renew and live life as fully as possible. I will heed your words, ole wise one 🙂

  6. This is a really great idea for a blog, Laura–especially the piece about passwords. Not too long ago I mentioned to my daughters that when I was growing up, there were ONLY FOUR television channels: and they cut off at midnight. They started crying. They didn’t know how I survived.

    I look forward to future articles. Since I retired May 31, 2013, I’ve had a lot of time to think about Rocking Those Wrinkles. In the last year I’ve changed my diet and physical routine and lost 80 pounds. Now I’ve got new wrinkles that I never had before. But that’s okay–wrinkles won’t kill you like a dozen donuts or a half-gallon of Breyers Cherry Vanilla ice cream will.

  7. Kristie Musick Trammell

    11/24/2014 at 5:58 pm

    Hello old friend, Loving this site and happy to be Rocking The Wrinkles with you! Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  8. great blog..love it

    keep going

    Di

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