“Aging is not “lost youth,” but a new stage of opportunity and strength.”
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Hi! I’m Rebecca Calhoun
I want to welcome you to the Crone Community!
I started The Creative Crone blog as a way to build a community of women like me who want to create a joyful, active retirement.
I am on a continual quest to live my best life, even if I don't always practice what I preach. Follow along as we journey together into our crone years! Get involved by sharing with me in the comments. I look forward to hearing your voice!
In my private membership site you will find educational resources to guide you through this new stage of life. My dream is to help other women like myself live happy, healthy and financially secure lives.
We can all grow and learn from each other!
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Ho'oponopono, A Hawaiian Method for Healing
Many years ago, I read a book called "Zero Limits" by Ihaleakala Hew Len and Joe Vitale, which introduced me to Ho'oponopono.
Since then, I have found great peace by repeating the simple mantra introduced in the book, "I love you. I'm sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you."
The History of Ho'oponopono.
The word ho'oponopono generally means "to make things right" or "to make good."
Pacific Islanders believed that breaking spiritual laws, misconduct, or anger caused illness. The only way to hea…
Gut Health for Healthy Aging
Recent research has found that the body's fountain of youth begins in the gut.
For women over 60, having a healthy gut is paramount to healthy aging.
How is your gut health?
What is the gut?
Our gut comprises our whole digestive system from the mouth to the anus.
It is responsible for absorbing nutrients, housing billions of good and bad bacteria, and eliminating waste.
After a half-century of exposure to things like eating processed foods, stress, and environmental toxins, your microbiome…
How I Stopped Peezing, and You Can Too!
I like many things about getting older, but wetting myself every time I sneeze, cough, pick up something heavy, run or jump isn't one of them.
Peezing is very common for women over 60.
Because wetting yourself after your toddler years is somewhat embarrassing, we tend not to talk about it. Unfortunately, however, urinary incontinence is very common!
Especially as we age.
- 15% of women between 40 and 49
- 25% of women ages 60-69
- 38% of women 70 and older suffer from urinary incon…