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  • Writer's pictureJane Leder

An Anti-Bucket List

I recommend clicking on the above link and reading this post on Medium about creating an anti-bucket list. Anti-bucket? It sounds like a downer, doesn't it? You know, jotting down the things you DON'T want to accomplish before you KICK the bucket. I was skeptical, to say the least. I mean, this is a time as older women when we should be tapping into all the positive stuff, all the items that we want to accomplish, to understand, to refine.

But I have to hand it to Janine Vanderburg, the author of the article, AND my most recent guest on "Older Women And Friends." Our conversation won't go live until November, but in the meantime, you might want to check her out. She is the founder of a group called Changing The Narrative that has been at the forefront of the anti-ageism movement.

I'm apologizing in advance for the small print. I'm going in for cataract surgery at the beginning of November, so I "feel" you.

On a completely different topic: I'm Becoming A Techie. Who knew? Not only have I mastered a more advanced audio platform on which I record my podcasts, but last week after we finally cut our cable, I figured out why our YouTubeTV wasn't loading quickly on a NEW TV and why the sound quality was abysmal. And I'm damn proud! We needed an extender to boost the strength of our WiFi because we run solely on WiFi. No more Comcast (Xfinity) cables.

I ordered the extender from Amazon (Gee, what a surprise) and, when it arrived, figured out the basic but still challenging directions and got us up and running. If things get tough, I might train to be part of the Best Buy Geek Squad.

Please listen to my podcast. As I've posted many times at the risk of having proverbial tomatoes tossed in my direction, you can listen on Apple Podcasts

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I'm grateful for your interest in me and what I have to say.


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