From the Editor
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.