Savor at least 15 minutes of quiet a day.
Continue to write articles, books, and speak to groups.
Listen to music when driving around town.
Always have blooming plants in our home.
Feed the birds regularly and observe them.
Wear clothes that feel good and make me happy.
Try new foods, products and recipes.
Be proud of my age and accomplishments.
Read more articles and books for fun.
Continue to learn.
Live mindfully despite my busy schedule.
Volunteer my time and talents.
Say “I love you” every day.
Rochester resident Harriet Hodgson has been a freelance writer for writing for 38 years, is the author of thousands of articles, and 36 books. She is a member of the Association of Health Care Journalists and the Minnesota Coalition for Death Education and Support.
She is also a contributing writer for The Caregiver Space website, Open to Hope Foundation website, and The Grief Toolbox website. Harriet has appeared on more than 185 radio talk shows, including CBS Radio, and dozens of television stations, including CNN.
A popular speaker, Harriet has given presentations at public health, Alzheimer’s, caregiving, and bereavement conferences. Her work is cited in Who’s Who of American Women, World Who’s Who of Women, Contemporary Authors, and other directories.
All of Harriet’s work comes from her life. She is now in her 19th year of caregiving and cares for her disabled husband, John. For more information about this busy author, grandmother, wife, and caregiver please visit www.harriethodgson.com