SEARCH: Empowering Women Over 50

Empowering Women Over 50

by Sumiko Saulson

WomenOver50_SaulsonSome say life begins at fifty while workplace discrimination, menopause, and empty nest syndrome can make the start of midlife for women trying at times.

Too many of us−after reaching retirement age and after the children have grown up and left home−find ourselves looking for ways to stay connected. Home-based and small businesses, the arts, and volunteer opportunities with community, civic, cultural, and spiritual or religious groups can help. For those who are not already community-involved, organizations like the Volunteer Center and SCORE, the Service Corps of Retired Home Executives, can help connect retirees with people who need their assistance. Arts and education are an important part of day to day living for most of us. In the Bay area, art and community non-profits such as Expressions Gallery in Berkeley are often run by older women who… Continue reading in SEARCH Magazine’s Spring 2020 issue.

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