Sharing a Story

Last week my friend Anne from the blog Soulmate Dance asked this question: “What’s your story?” She is looking for those who have a story to share and would be willing to share it.

I am sharing her quest with you today.

Do you have a story to tell? Do you want to share your story with Anne?

If so:

Read Anne’s post below for details, then head over to her Facebook page and connect with her.

***What’s Your Story? ***

Soulmate Dance is looking for your midlife stories to share during our 30 Days of Love Celebration starting October 20.

❤️ Did you find true love after 50?

❤️ Did you finally fall in love with yourself? Maybe for the first time. Maybe you had been lost and found yourself again.

❤️ Did you leave a dead-end relationship or job and turn it into a transformation?

❤️ Did a stale relationship reignite? Or a troubled relationship find healing?

❤️ Did you discover new interests and hobbies?

❤️ Did you meet the best friend you’ve always craved?

❤️ Did you find yourself caring for a difficult parent and find new depths of compassion?

Love shows up in many ways. What’s your Love after 50 story?

The stories selected will be featured on the Soulmate Dance blog and Facebook page, one per day starting October 20.

Why October 20?

❤️ It’s our 5th wedding anniversary. We met in our fifties and that was the genesis for Soulmate Dance.

❤️ Soulmate Dance, the blog, is getting a makeover and this is our unveiling party.

If you have a story to share, send me a PM and I’ll send you the details. Tag a friend. Share the post.

#Love Your Stories

Art Credit: Rose Dalton

This beautiful art work was used with permission from the artist and my friend Rose Dalton. If you would like to see more of Rosie’s work go check out her Facebook page Rosie Dalton.

Until the next time

Janet

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Author: Janet Earling-Bencivenni

I am a Lifestyle/Fashion Blogger, SAHGMa, Marathoner, and PowerLifter; sharing my journey of weight loss, fitness, fashion, and finding myself after 50. My hope is to help, encourage, and inspire others along their journey. I am here to tell you being 50 is indeed FIERCE!!!

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