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Baby Boomer Divas who made History

One of the beautiful things about growing older is we suddenly mature into women who seek to make a difference in the world. We no longer exhibit reckless behavior--especially when it comes to men. We put "image" on the shelf and dig deep down into our souls to dot our "I's" and cross our "T's".

This month I'm sponsoring a Baby Boomer Women on the Move & Making History Contest. There are just two weeks left to enter.

You know, it's interesting. One of the things I discovered in putting together this contest is the fact that nearly all of the women who made a significant contribution to history did so in their late 30s and early 40s. Some were even older than that. I guess the point is, as we age when we come into our own as mature thinking, highly motivated women who aren't willing to settle for "business as usual." Our new found wisdom beckons us to do what we can to make a difference for our sisters. We're not afraid to take on the "big dogs" by challenging the status quo and we make a conscious effort to always start what we finish.

Isn't it FANTABULOUS to be a part of such a wonderful group of ladies? Just think, one day the history books may be writing about us.

Go to: http://www.thebabyboomerdiva.com and click on $$$ contest to enter. The two winners will be announced on March 31.

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