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50 Insights in 50 Years – Eat Your Veggies

Insight 29

Eat your veggies – I have never been a healthy eater – I prefer things in a wrapper over veggies and fruit. However in my advanced years I have begun to recognize the value of eating healthy, at least most of the time. Eating healthy makes me feel better and staves off all kinds of nasty diseases and illnesses. So eat your veggies and stay well.

50 Insights in 50 Years – Be Nice

Insight 28

Be nice – It sounds simple enough but from what I observe is it isn’t always easy to do. I like to think I am a nice person however I have my moments. Work on being nice most of the time. It makes life easier and nicer! The great thing about being nice is when you are nice to others they generally are nice back!

50 Insights in 50 Years – Stay Employable

Insight Number 27

Stay employable – So many people worry about keeping a job and that really is the wrong focus. There will always be jobs out there if you stay employable. You have to keep your skills up, continue to learn and take on new challenges and work assignments. The person that just does the same thing day after day and never tries to learn anything new is going to be the person at a loss when their job is eliminated and they find themselves on the street. Don’t let it happen to you. Also be growing yourself and your skills. That way you will always be employable no matter what happens to your job.

50 Insights in 50 Years – You never know anyone until you divorce them


Insight Number 26

You never know anyone until you divorce them – There is a saying that goes, “You don’t know someone until you marry them.” I believe that you can get to know someone when you marry them but you really get to know someone when you divorce them. During both of my divorces (yep been married three times – the last one took) I got to know a lot about my ex-husbands and to tell you the truth both of them were pretty good guys. Yes there were moments but we were able to part ways without doing much damage. I have also observed how others handle divorces as well. People who divorce well tend to be pretty fair and good people, in good situations and bad ones.

50 Insights in 50 Years – The Boomerang Theory

Insight Number 25

The Boomerang theory – This dove tails nicely with Insight Number 24. Whatever you put out into the world will come back to you. It doesn’t usually come back from the same person or in the same way. How it works is if you put something nice out in the world something nice comes back to you. So it actually benefits you to do random acts of niceness.

Elder Rage on Live The Day Radio


Elder Rage with Jacqueline Marcell Monday Feburary 1, 2010 at 3pm mt on Live the Day Radio

Be a part of the show, call in and ask Jacqueline questions on 646-929-2440

JACQUELINE MARCELL was so compelled by caring for her elderly parents (both with early Alzheimer’s which went undiagnosed for over a year), that once she figured everything out she gave up her career as a television executive to become an advocate for eldercare awareness and reform. Jacqueline is the devoted daughter in her bestselling book, Elder Rage, a Book-of-the-Month Club selection being considered for a film. Over 50 endorsements include: Hugh Downs, Regis Philbin, Johns Hopkins Memory Clinic, and the National Adult Day Services Association who honored Jacqueline with their Media Award. She also received “Advocate of the Year” from the National Association of Women Business Owners at their Remarkable Women Awards.

Jacqueline is a sought-after international speaker who has spoken at hundreds of events, including to the National Security Agency and Florida House of Representatives. She’s been on the TODAY SHOW, CNN, and was a cover story of the AARP BULLETIN. Jacqueline also hosts the Coping with Caregiving radio show on wsRadio.com, where over 7½ years of her interviews with 1200 healthcare professionals are archived for free worldwide listening-on-demand (www.wsRadio.com/CopingWithCaregiving). Also a breast cancer survivor, Jacqueline advocates that everyone, especially caregivers, closely monitor their own health.

JACQUELINE’S MISSIONS ARE TO: Encourage long-term care planning; Show healthcare professionals how they can better help families they work with; Empower caregivers with solutions and hope–and to put their own health first; Encourage funding for Alzheimer’s research and heighten early diagnosis awareness; Expose elder abuse and exploitation; Advocate for funding for Adult Day Care Services; Help improve eldercare laws. Her website is www.ElderRage.com.

Jacqueline will share the importance of EARLY diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s–and that there can still be a good life after a diagnosis of dementia, if it is properly balanced medically and behaviorally.

Listen Live Monday Feburary 1, 2010 at 3pm mt on Blog Talk Radio.

Call in and ask Jacqueline questions on 646-929-2440

The Prom

To celebrate my 50th Birthday my dear friends Jill and David and their girls hosted a prom in my honor. It was truly amazing. They turned their home into “Prom Night” with everything from a Dance Floor with Disco Ball and a Prom Picture area. We even had a Taro Card Reader. According to my reading I am right on track!

My MasterMind group was there in full Prom attire. Alyson Stanfield (artbizcoach), who got her prom pictures uploaded in record time, wore her original prom dress. Okay that is truly amazing. Elizabeth Yarnell (Glorious One Pot Meals Cookbook Author), wore a recycled dress she bought at an auction, and Cynthia Morris (Creative Impulse) wore an amazing fun outfit that looked fabulous on her (and she brought a cute date).

The biggest surprise of the night (I am totally kidding) was my husband Adrian and I were crowned Prom Queen and King. Actually I hadn’t told Adrian about this part and he was surprised (he is so sweet).

To be honest I was having a challenging time with turning 50 but thanks to my good friends, and I do have very good friends, I am feeling so much better about it. I am ready to continue the adventure and see what the next 50 will bring!!!!!!

Here’s to Turning 50!

Rachelle

50 Insights in 50 Years – Insight Number 24 – Be kind to strangers

Insight Number 24

Be kind to strangers – One of the things I know is it is easy to be nice to friends, that doesn’t take a whole lot of effort. However it is a greater thing to be nice to strangers. Help someone that you don’t know – this is the greatest kindness you can show. Imagine what an amazing world it would be if everyone just helped one stranger a day!

50 Insights in 50 Years – Insight Number 23 – Hair does grow out

Insight Number 23

Hair does grow out – Don’t be afraid to cut, color or whatever to your hair. It will grow out. Hair in fact is one of the safest way to experiment and try a new look. If you don’t like it give it a few months and it will grow out – it will be like it never even happened.

50 Insights in 50 Years – Insight Number 22 – Yes it hurts when you spray mace in your face

Insight Number 22

Yes it hurts when you spray mace in your face – Yes I actually tried this one. I wanted to know what it felt like to have mace sprayed in my face. I was wondering if it would really stop someone if they were attacking me. The answer is yes it hurts and yes it would stop someone. The lesson here, you don’t have to always try something to know that it isn’t a good idea. There are times when taking someone’s word for it is good enough.,