Category Archive: Blog

Apr 17 2014

Guess What Was the Hardest “I Believe” Statement For These Over-50 Women?

You have GOT to watch the short film from In The Trenches Productions: “Believe It, Baby!” – an enormously warm and funny and real compilation of women over 50 talking about what they believe. It’s beautiful – which is a hint about the “I Believe” statement that these women seemed to find the most difficult …

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Apr 16 2014

Beth Tiger’s Walk With Ambe

Women At Woodstock alum, Beth Tiger, will be walking in Durga Tree International’s first “Walk With Ambe” on May 17. The event was created to raise money directly in support of ending the world-wide epidemic of modern day slavery. Proceeds raised through the event will support the creation of the Good Shepherd Academy in Cameroon, West Africa, …

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Apr 11 2014

Linnea Duvall At Carnegie Hall

Our own WAW alum Linnea Duvall is singing this Sunday night at Carnegie Hall, performing with the Distinguished Concerts Singers International. Here is the link for tix from Carnegie Hall itself, with description of the piece and all: http://www.carnegiehall.org/Calendar/2014/4/13/0830/PM/The-Drop-of-Dawn-The-Music-of-Christopher-Tin/

Apr 11 2014

Beauty Is A State Of Mind

Dove recently did a research study that revealed ’80% of women feel anxious about the way they look’. An incredibly high percentage! In response to this study, they conducted a social experiment which was documented in a short film, called Dove: Patches. The film follows the lives of several women during a two week period while …

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Apr 10 2014

Superbwoman sundays at 7

Janet Neal is hosting a new, live web series called, Superbwoman sundays at 7. Every Sunday at 7pm Eastern time, Janet will be interviewing Superbwomen about their lives and work. She’s thrilled that her first guest will be Cindy Joseph of Boom! by Cindy Joseph. Equally as exciting- if you register in advance, you’ll be …

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Apr 08 2014

Don’t Let These 7 Myths Keep You from Exercising in Your 50s, 60s, and Beyond

We’ve all done it – come up with an excuse for not exercising. As we get older, the list of excuses can easily grow in length until we’ve pretty much given up the idea all together. Today, guest blogger, Matthew B. Candelaria, breaks down the seven most common excuses that keep us from exercising and helps …

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Apr 07 2014

Becoming Fearless with Arianna Huffington

If you haven’t already joined, I highly recommend Arianna Huffington’s 21-Day Meditation Program on Becoming Fearless. It began about a week ago but the great news is that latecomers are welcome. Follow the link below to begin tapping into your “potential for living fearlessly in every aspect of your life”. The short daily practice includes …

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Apr 04 2014

Caregivers: Take Care of Yourself

This week, Women At Woodstock welcomes guest blogger, Ann Shannon. She shares some of her story on becoming a caregiver and the importance of self-care. Caregivers: Take Care of Yourself Not long ago, I became a caregiver for my Mom. She suffered a stroke, which led to complete paralysis on her right side. Thankfully, she …

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Apr 03 2014

Love Lessons Your Divorce Taught You

Sherry Amatenstein, relationship author and Women At Woodstock presenter, is writing an article for womansday.com about divorce. If you’ve been divorced and have a personal story that might help someone going through a separation, please email Sherry to set up a phone interview.  She’s interested in speaking with women (and men) who learned something valuable from their experiences. sherrymsw@earthlink.net  

Mar 21 2014

Visiting Woodstock (with Jane Fonda)

In her latest blog post, Lori Tripoli, the Bashful Adventurer, talks about her connection to Woodstock, NY and the empowerment she feels during each visit. She has a great remedy for those days when you need a dose of Woodstock in your life. Don’t we all? How We Want Woodstock

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