From the Ed­i­tor

Suzanne Boyd

ZOOMER Magazine - - CONTENTS -

PART OF LIV­ING OPTIMISTICALLY is to re­mind our­selves to be grate­ful for what we have and find con­tent­ment in what­ever sit­u­a­tion we’re in, but ag­ing com­pli­cates the mat­ter. Re­grets, you may have a few, dreams that have yet to be re­al­ized and the un­re­lent­ing same­ness of the now can leave one feel­ing stuck. A rut is not a good place to be, which is why this is the time of year, as one ends and an­other be­gins, when our thoughts turn to res­o­lu­tions and how to get new re­sults. We need to change the nar­ra­tive, turn the page, dance to a new tune and turn that leaf. I’m max­ing out the metaphors be­cause, how­ever it is put, there are sev­eral ways to go at it whether it’s for work, re­la­tion­ships or self-heal­ing.

There’s a way to do this, which is why we have con­vened a panel of life coaches to share their tips and tech­niques to help you to ad­dress the is­sues. It needs to be done, what­ever your age. Turn to “How to Right Your Life” on page 52 to launch into the New Year with a new you.

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