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What Would Virginia Woolf Do?: And Other Questions I Ask Myself as I Attempt to Age Without Apology by Nina Lorez Collins

When Nina Collins entered her forties she found herself awash in a sea of hormones. As symptoms of perimenopause set in, she began to fear losing her health, looks, sexuality, sense of humor-perhaps all at once. Craving a place to discuss her questions and concerns, and finding none, Nina started a Facebook group with the ironic name, What Would Virginia Woolf Do?, which has grown exponentially into a place where women-most with strong opinions and fierce senses of humor--have surprisingly candid, lively, and intimate conversations.

Mid-life is a time when women want to think about purpose, about how to be their best selves, and how to love themselves as they enter the second half of life. They yearn to acknowledge the nostalgia and sadness that comes with aging, but also want to revel in their hard-earned wisdom.


Part memoir and part resource on everything from fashion and skincare to sex and surviving the empty nest, What Would Virginia Woolf Do? is a frank and intimate conversation mixed with anecdotes and honesty, wrapped up in a literary joke. Its also a destination, a place where readers can nestle in and see what happens when women feel comfortable enough to get real with each other: defy the shame that the culture often throws their way, find solace and laugh out loud, and revel in this new phase of life.
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10 Questions That'll Reveal Who You Really Are

Heh I always knew there were quite a few mistakes and double posts and I cleared some up but knew I missed a few thanks, and I always thought the word was upmost heh, seems I'm not the only person to make that mistake. No not really.
Nina Lorez Collins

7 Questions to Ask Yourself to Keep Your Character In Check

You can't do everything by yourself. It's not feasible, and it certainly isn't any better for you in the long run. Over the years i've built a strong circle of friends who are business sharks in their own right. These friends help me to improve in areas I am weak , and I offer my two cents when they ask for it. Building these types of relationships that are mutually beneficial is key to the growth of your professional abilities. However not everyone is a good fit.

2. Who do you look up to the most, and what qualities do you love about that person?

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  1. I recently re-discovered an entire list of them when I switched over to Facebook timeline.

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