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SoloAging (SoloLiving) Challenge

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Here is the 9 Module PathMap to Guide You Along Your SoloAging Path

SoloAging Challenge Map

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Pre-SoloAging Challenge

Set-Up &

Ask yourself - "What are ways I can maximize my learning and knowing, and afterwards share my insights and ideas to deepen my experience?"

To Get the Most From this Experience - here are 10 suggestions: 

Maximizing Learning and Knowing:

  1. Set Clear Goals: Define specific learning objectives for each day of the challenge. What do you want to learn or achieve by the end?
  2. Create a Learning Schedule: Allocate dedicated time each day to engage in challenge activities and learning. Consistency is key.
  3. Research: Read books, articles, or watch videos related to aging confidently to gain a foundational understanding.
  4. Reflect Daily: Keep a journal to reflect on your daily experiences and insights, allowing for deeper understanding.
  5. Connect with Experts: Seek out online webinars, podcasts, or talks by experts in the field of aging and confidently living.
  6. Join Online Forums: Participate in online communities and forums to discuss aging confidently topics with others.
  7. Engage in Self-Research: Explore personal anecdotes, experiences, and memories related to aging confidently.
  8. Leverage Technology: Utilize learning apps, podcasts, and e-books to access valuable content conveniently.

Sharing Insights & Ideas:

  1. Blogging: Start a blog or an online journal to share your daily experiences and insights.
  2. Social Media: Use social platforms to post updates, connect with others, and spark discussions.
  3. Video Diaries: Record daily video diaries to visually document your journey and thoughts.
  4. Collaborate: Partner with fellow challengers to create joint content, such as podcasts or articles.
  5. Peer Feedback: Encourage feedback from challenge participants to refine your insights.
  6. Create Infographics: Summarize key learnings in visually appealing infographics for easy sharing.
  7. Public Speaking: Share your insights and experiences through online public speaking opportunities.
  8. Collect Data: Conduct surveys or collect data to support your insights and share your findings.

Day 1 of Challenge

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Aging-Living, SoloAging-SoloLiving, and Exploring Background Information

Define living and aging; What are their connections?

"Living" refers to the state of being alive, existing, and experiencing life. It encompasses all aspects of existence, including physical, mental/emotional, soulful, spiritual, and social aspects. Living involves activities, behaviors, and consequences (ABC) through the passage of time. It can be considered a dynamic process that unfolds from birth until death.

"Aging" refers to the natural process of growing older over time. It is a biological, psychological, and social phenomenon that involves shifts in an individual's physical appearance, health, cognitive abilities, and social roles as they progress through different stages of life. Aging is a continuous and inevitable process that affects everyone and can be accompanied by hindering and helping challenges.

The connection between living and aging is that aging is a fundamental aspect of the human experience. Aging is a subset of living, as it represents a specific phase within the broader context of an individual's life. While living encompasses the entirety of one's existence, aging focuses on the transitions because of socio psychological (outside in) and bio-psychological (inside out) changes that occur as individuals advance in age. Aging is a natural and ongoing part of living through which you discover, shape, and share your quality of life and consequences of living at different living life stages.

Define #soloaging, #soloager, #sololiving
SoloAging is a term used to describe the process of aging without the traditional family support structures in place. It refers to individuals who are navigating their Next Fifty without a spouse or children to provide informal support and eventually formal caregiving. SoloAgers often face unique challenges and opportunities related to aging, including the ways and means to remain relevant, leverage experiences, and share contributions.
A SoloAger is an individual who is experiencing SoloAging. 

SoloLiving is a broader term that can refer to individuals of any age who are living independently and alone, without a spouse or children in their household. It can encompass various life stages, including young adults who are not married or parents, as well as older adults who are SoloAgers. While SoloAging specifically focuses on aging, SoloLiving is a more general term that can apply to people at different phases of life.

The connections between these terms are primarily related to the absence of traditional family support structures. SoloAging and SoloLiving both involve individuals who are not part of a typical family unit. However, SoloAging specifically pertains to the challenges and opportunities faced by older adults in this situation, including planning for their later years and legacy. SoloLiving can encompass a wider range of ages and life circumstances. Essentially, SoloAging is a subset of SoloLiving that focuses on aging-related issues.

Day 2 of Challenge

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Defining SoloAgers and exploring the hinders and helps of SoloAging lifestyle

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Unveiling the SoloAging and SoloLiving Lifestyle Challenges and Benefits

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Research insights from the
American Society on Aging #SoloAging #SoloLiving #Soloness
Link: https://generations.asaging.org/Summer-2023

Articles linked with my interests #legacy #movement #walking #mentoring #community:
1)) Link: 

2)) Link: https://generations.asaging.org/solo-agers-too-want-be-remembered 

3)) Link: https://generations.asaging.org/our-guest-editor-solo-ager-solo-aging 

4)) Link: https://generations.asaging.org/community-family-model 

5)) Link: https://generations.asaging.org/why-we-need-broader-framework-solo-agers 

Aspiration (maybe?))smiles 

6)) Link: https://generations.asaging.org/rise-older-influencers

Day 3 of Challenge

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Assessing individual goals, values, and lifestyle preferences for the Next Fifty

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Navigating SoloAging Journey

Some Questions to Guide Your Journey:

  • Why is it important to identify my priorities as a SoloAger? 
    Understanding the significance of prioritization is the first step in realizing its power to shape your SoloAging journey.
  • What key areas should I consider when selecting my goals/outcomes for the Next Fifty? 
    Exploring the various facets of the SoloLiving lifestyle guides setting their priorities based on goal/outcome insights, interpretations, and investigations.
  • How can I ensure my priorities align with my values and lifestyle preferences? 
    Discover the ways and means to ensure your selected priorities resonate with your authentic self.

Summary of responses to the questions

Why is it important to identify my priorities as a SoloAger?

Efficient Resource Allocation:
_Ensure efficient allocation of limited resources to optimize time, effort, & money 
_Focus toward activities that matter most

Clear Decision-Making:
_Develop a framework for decision-making to help
a) make clear decisions aligned with your hierarchy of values and goals/outcomes
b) reduce decision fatigue

Effective Goal/Outcome Achievement:
_Increase your likelihood of achievement for self - what matters for you
_Foster a sense of accomplishment with others - what matters with your network, community

Distress Reduction:
_Minimize overwhelm as you concentrate on tasks that align with your legacy vision and lead to a more relaxed and fulfilling life

Enhanced Well-being:
_Achieve a sense of balance and satisfaction
_Nurture your mental, emotional, and physical wellness and health

What key areas should I consider when selecting my goals/outcomes for the Next Fifty? 

_Clarify your core values, allowing them to guide the selection of goals and outcomes that resonate with what matters most to you

_Evaluate your intentions, considering both personal and legacy-related desires to shape a holistic vision for your Next Fifty

_Articulate your living life (legacy) contributions and impacts you want to make in various aspects of life

_Prioritize goals/outcomes that encompass physical, mental, emotional, and social aspects to ensure a thorough and sustainable Next Fifty lifestyle approach

_Encourage continuous growth and learning via curiosity, adeptability, and personal development

_Learn how to reflect in and on experiences

How can I ensure my priorities align with my values and lifestyle preferences? 

_Conduct Values Assessment

_Reflect on Next Fifty -- SoloAging Lifestyle

_Align with Lifestyle Vision

_Create a Legacy Vision

_Review and Adjust (continuously consistent)

_Seek Feedback and Feed-Forward from Trusted Advisors

_Journal (if only in point form) to review movement

_Remain present when completing each of the actions above

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Awareness Writing

Day 4 of Challenge

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Examining the impact of social, cultural, demographic trends on SoloAgers' daily decisions

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Negotiating SocioCulutral Waters

Questions to Navigate SocioCultural Impact and Influence:

  • What are the key sociocultural factors that may influence my daily decisions as a SoloAger?
    Review the specific factors that can shape your choices.

  • How can social and cultural trends impact my SoloAging lifestyle?
    Explore real-world examples of how these trends manifest in your life.

  • How do demographic trends affect SoloAgers' lives on a wider scale?
    Consider the broader implications of demo(psycho)graphic shifts on your SoloAging journey.

Day 5 of Challenge

SoloAging Challenge Map


Developing a base understanding of financial, legacy, and political implications of age confidently

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Walking Financial Legal Political Pathway

Questions to Gain Clarity:

  • How do financial, legal, and political factors affect SoloAging?
    Explore the ways these elements intersect with your SoloAging journey.

  • What do I need to know in terms of financing, legalities, and political impacts to age confidently?
    Gain insights into the essential knowledge required to navigate SoloAging effectively.

  • How can I ensure I am informed and prepared to handle financial, legal, and political challenges?
    Discover strategies to stay informed and proactive in managing these elements.

Day 6 of Challenge

SoloAging Challenge Map


Exploring technology's role in health, communication, and daily living for SoloAgers

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Embracing Technology SoloAging

Questions to Embrace Technology:

  • What role does technology play in the daily lives of SoloAgers?
    We'll explore how technology permeates various aspects of SoloAging.

  • How can technology help me maintain my independence and health?
    Discover how technology can be a valuable ally in managing health and enhancing independence.

  • What types of technology should I consider using for communication and daily living?
    Get insights into the specific technologies that can streamline communication and daily activities.

Day 7 of Challenge

SoloAging Challenge Map


Understanding SoloAgers' reciprocal impact on the environment and ways to promote sustainable living

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Eco Enviro Sustainer

Questions to Embrace Sustainability:

  • Why is it important for SoloAgers to consider environmental impact and sustainability?
    Gain insights into the significance of incorporating eco-friendly practices into your SoloAging lifestyle.

  • What can I do to promote sustainable living as a SoloAger?
    Discover actionable steps and sustainable practices that align with your SoloAging journey.

  • How does my SoloAging lifestyle affect the environment?
    Consider the reciprocal relationship between your decisions and the environment.

Day 8 of Challenge


Consider where you are in the challenge - Reflect on what is coming to your head-heart-hands. Journal!

Add an insight to the Wellth Movement Page on Facebook...

If you have questions... comments... 

Fill out the Contact Form and we will connect by email. We can answer your questions that way. And if you want to chat thereafter, we can arrange that as well. 

Here Are Ways for Us to Stay in Contact:

We set up a page on Facebook called Wellth Movement. Here you can:

  • access the daily publication of images and links about all things SoloAging Confidently via WELLth Movement... so as to stay on top of all notifications!
  • access a single - PUBLIC - location to leave a comment - ask a question - share a funny

If you have questions... comments... 

Fill out the Contact Form and we will connect by email. We can answer your questions that way. And if you want to chat thereafter, we can arrange that as well. 

EACH MONTH there are live 45 minute Q&A ZOOM calls on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at 10 am Mountain (Calgary/Edmonton timezone) with recordings posted on the WELLth Blog

These calls extend and expand the conversation started in completing the SoloAging Challenge - we encourage OPEN (Focused Friendly) Dialogue!!!

November 28, 2023 -
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Day 9 of Challenge

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Planning for physical, mental-emotional, soulual well-being during SoloAging

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Navigating Wellness SoloAging

Some Questions to Guide Your Wellness Journey:

  • What aspects of my health should I focus on as a SoloAger?
    Gain insights into the core areas of health that deserve your attention.

  • How can I plan for a well-balanced lifestyle that includes physical, mental-emotional, and soulual wellbeing?
    Discover actionable strategies and practices for achieving a balanced and fulfilling lifestyle.

  • What resources are available to help me navigate health and wellness during SoloAging?
    Explore the wealth of resources and support systems designed to assist you on your wellness journey.

Day 10 of Challenge

SoloAging Challenge Map


Outlining ways to grow and maintain relationships during your SoloAging journey

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Maintaining Nurturing Connections

Some Questions to Guide Your Social Connection Journey:

  • Why are social connections important for SoloAgers?
    Discover the profound impact of social networks on your well-being.

  • What strategies can I use to build and maintain meaningful relationships?
    Equip yourself with actionable strategies for relationship development and maintenance.

  • How can I avoid social isolation while SoloAging?
    Learn proactive measures to ensure you remain engaged and connected throughout your SoloAging journey.

Day 11 of Challenge

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Prioritizing key issues & establishing an action plan for SoloAging achievement & accomplishment

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Writing SoloAging Action Outcome Plan

Guiding Questions for Your SoloAging Action-Outcome Plan:

  • What is the purpose of creating an Action-Outcome Plan for SoloAging?
    Understand the significance of having a well-structured plan.

  • How can I prioritize key issues to address in my plan?
    Learn strategies for identifying and ranking the most critical issues.

  • What steps should I take to ensure my Action-Outcome Plan leads to success and accomplishment?
    Discover the key components of effective action plans, including monitoring and adaptability.

Action Plan for SoloAging: A Priority Checklist for SoloAgers

Here is a preliminary Action Plan checklist encompassing all of the SoloAging Challenge topics listed above:

Use Self-Reflection and Goal Setting

  • Define your unique circumstances, challenges, and aspirations in SoloAging.
  • Set clear, realistic, and meaningful goals for your SoloAging journey.
  • Consider your physical, mental/emotional, financial, and soulual well-being.

Identify Your Support Network

  • List individuals or organizations that can assist you in your SoloAging journey.
  • Reach out to friends, family, professionals, and support groups for guidance and assistance.

Seek an Action Master

  • Find a qualified Action Master or coach to guide you through the process.
  • Ensure the Action Master can assess your situation, challenges, and goals effectively.

Consider Collaborative Assessment

  • Work closely with your Action Master to assess your circumstances.
  • Discuss your aspirations and concerns openly and honestly.

Establish Action Steps

  • Collaboratively define a set of action steps that address your SoloAging goals.
  • Ensure these steps are specific, actionable, and attainable.

Clear Outcome Objectives

  • Define clear and achievable outcomes for each action step.
  • Make sure these outcomes align with your SoloAging intentions.

Ensure Progress Tracking

  • Schedule regular check-ins with your Action Master to monitor your progress.
  • Use these meetings to reflect on your achievements and setbacks.

Welcome Adjustments and Flexibility

  • Be open to making adjustments to your action steps as needed.
  • Adapt your plan to evolving circumstances or changing priorities.

Evaluate Financial Preparedness

  • Assess your financial situation and create a plan for financial security in SoloAging.
  • Consider long-term care, retirement savings, and estate planning.

Notice Emotional Well-Being

  • Prioritize your emotional health by seeking support, counseling, or therapy if necessary.
  • Identify strategies to cope with loneliness, stress, and other emotional challenges.

Set up Social Connections

  • Foster and maintain social connections with friends, family, and your community.
  • Consider joining social clubs or volunteer organizations to combat isolation.

Manage Health and Wellness

  • Take proactive steps to maintain your physical health through regular exercise and a balanced diet.
  • Stay up to date with medical check-ups and screenings.

Complete Legal and Estate Planning

  • Consult with a legal professional to create or update important legal documents, such as wills and advanced directives.
  • Plan for the distribution of your assets and make your end-of-life preferences known.

Arrange Housing and Living Requirements

  • Evaluate your current living situation and consider whether it meets your long-term needs.
  • Explore housing options that offer safety, accessibility, and community support.

Document Important Information

  • Compile important documents, contact information, and account details in a secure and organized manner.
  • Share this information with a trusted friend or family member for emergencies.

Submit End-of-Life Preferences

  • Communicate your end-of-life preferences and wishes to your loved ones.
  • Consider advance care planning and the use of medical directives.

Maintain a Positive Mindset

  • Cultivate a positive and resilient mindset that helps you navigate the challenges of SoloAging.
  • Focus on personal growth and self-care to build confidence.

Celebrate Achievements

  • Acknowledge and celebrate your successes and milestones in your SoloAging journey.
  • Take pride in your ability to confidently navigate this stage of life.

Your Action-Outcome Plan is a dynamic and ongoing process.
Be prepared to adapt and refine your plan as you progress through your SoloAging journey. 

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Day 12 of Challenge

Stride Forward
Stay Found

Consider what it means to live a SoloAging Confidently lifestyle using Legacy Lenses

The Connection between SoloAging and Legacy lies in the unique circumstances and challenges that SoloAgers may face in their Next Fifty.

SoloAging refers to the process of aging without traditional family support structures, such as a spouse or children. When individuals are soloaging, they often need to take generative actions to map/plan for their Next Fifty and consider how they want to live a legacy they leave. 

Legacy in this context involves not only the distribution of assets but also the impact an individual wants to make on their community, society, or future generations. SoloAgers may choose to leave a legacy through philanthropy, mentoring, or other means that reflect their values and life experiences.

How do you see your SoloAging Legacy unfolding during your Next Fifty?

The Way of the SoloAger:
Gain Age Confidence While Walking with the Words of Those You Help, On Your Terms

Walking In

The journey of life is marked by various stages, each offering its unique limitation--constraints and opportunities--possibilities. 

One such stage is SoloAging, a term used to describe individuals who navigate the later years of life - their Next Fifty -without traditional family support. 

SoloAging comes with its own set of ups and downs, but it also offers a chance to tap into a deep well of age confidence and life-affirming contributions. 

Understanding SoloAging

SoloAging, often characterized by aging without a spouse or children, can be seen as a unique phase of life that allows individuals to focus on themselves and their legacy in a profoundly personal way. It's a time when the responsibilities of a career may begin to recede, offering the freedom to redefine one's purpose and contributions to society.

Connect with Your Inner Wisdom

The first step on the path of SoloAging is to connect with your inner wisdom. This is the time to reflect on your life experiences, values, and aspirations. By engaging in self-discovery and introspection, you can gain a deeper understanding of who you are and what you want to achieve in your Next Fifty.

Experience a Holistic Approach to Wellness

SoloAgers can benefit immensely from adopting a wholistic approach to wellness. This means addressing not only physical health but also mental//emotional, and soulual//spiritual well-being. Practices such as meditation, yoga, and mindfulness can help you stay grounded and connected to your inner self.

Learn a New Way of Relating to Others

While SoloAging may imply a lack of traditional family support, it doesn't mean you have to go through life alone. Learning a new way of relating to others involves building a network of friends, mentors, and like-minded individuals who can provide support and companionship. It's about creating a chosen community that enriches your life.

Unlock Your Ability to Give Back

One of the most fulfilling aspects of SoloAging is the opportunity to give back to society in meaningful ways. Whether through volunteering, mentoring, or philanthropy, SoloAgers can make a significant impact on being FOR the World and WITH the Planet. Your contributions highlight living legacy life, about leaving a lasting imprint on those you help.

Open to the Guidance of Wisdom Elders

In the SoloAging journey, seeking guidance from wisdom elders can be invaluable. These are individuals who have walked a similar path and can offer insights and wisdom gained from their own experiences. Their guidance can provide clarity and direction as you navigate this phase of life.

Discover How Your Past Informs Your Present

As a SoloAger, your life experiences have shaped who you are today. By exploring your past, you can gain a deeper understanding of your hierarchy of values, capabilities, and areas for growth. This self-awareness can guide your decisions and actions as you move forward.

Learn Techniques of Self-Care and Resilience

SoloAging can sometimes come with unique hiccups, such as potential loneliness or a lack of immediate support. Learning techniques of self-care and resilience is essential for maintaining your well-being. These practices can help you bounce back from adversity without dysfunction and thrive in your Next Fifty.

Embrace Contrarian Ideas and Innovation

SoloAgers are known for their independence and willingness to embrace unconventional ideas. It's crucial to consider new technologies and contrarian ideas that can enhance your quality of life, standard of living, and contribute to your well-being and well-living. Explore innovative solutions and trends that align with your values.

Moving Forward

The Way of the SoloAger is a transformative journey that allows individuals to tap into their age confidence and make life-affirming contributions on their own terms.

By understanding the interplay between self-discovery, wholistic wellness, relationships, giving back, and personal growth, SoloAgers can craft a fulfilling and purpose-driven life.

As a SoloAger, you have the power to be FOR the World and WITH the Planet in ways that are unique to you. By adopting and adapting the insights outlined above, you can create a SoloAging Lifestyle that resonates with your head, hart, and hands. Onwoard!

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Day 13 of Challenge

Ask Yourself:

So What?
What Else?
Now What?

Shine Light
Share Wisdom

Remember: Check back - Rewatch - Reread! AND Share what you learned here!

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Legacy Decoded: SoloAging Confident Legacy Navigator Course
The Interplay Between SoloAging and Legacy

  • define the concept of legacy within the context of SoloAging.
  • discuss how SoloAging provides an opportunity to redefine my life purpose.
  • discuss the significance of making meaningful contributions in SoloAging.
  • participate in discussions about legacy and SoloAging within the course community.
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Confident SoloAger Legacy Navigator

Throughout this course, we aim to empower you to navigate confidently your SoloAging lifestyle, embrace your unique legacy, and contribute meaningfully to the world. Each module builds upon the last, providing you with the knowledge, skills, and mindset to thrive in this transformative life stage.

Remember, SoloAging isn't just about aging alone; it's about aging with purpose, confidence, and the intention to leave a legacy that resonates with your hierarchy of values and aspirations.

An excerpt from the course - Module 2

Embrace SoloAging: A Journey of Confidence and Legacy


Welcome to Module 2 of "Embrace SoloAging: A Journey of Confidence and Legacy." In this module, we delve deeper into the profound interplay between SoloAging and the legacy you wish to leave behind. As you navigate this unique life stage, you'll find that SoloAging isn't just a phase of solitude; it's an opportunity to redefine your life's purpose and make meaningful contributions to the world. This module equips you with the tools and insights to shape your legacy within the context of SoloAging.

The Interplay Between SoloAging and Legacy - Your Action Checklist:

  • Define the concept of legacy within the context of SoloAging:
    Explore the meaning of legacy in the context of SoloAging.
    Understand how your life's journey and experiences contribute to your unique legacy.
  • Discuss how SoloAging provides an opportunity to redefine your life purpose:
    Discover how SoloAging offers a fresh canvas for redefining your life's purpose and aspirations.
    Recognize the potential for personal growth and transformation.
  • Discuss the significance of making meaningful contributions in SoloAging:
    Delve into the importance of giving back and leaving a lasting impact during SoloAging.
    Explore various ways in which your contributions can be a part of your living legacy.
  • Complete the assignments or reflections related to personal legacy exploration:
    Engage actively with assignments and reflections that guide you through personal legacy exploration.
    Reflect on your values, passions, and the mark you want to leave on the world.
  • Participate in discussions about legacy and SoloAging within the course community:
    Join discussions with fellow course participants to share your thoughts, experiences, and insights about legacy in SoloAging.
    Learn from others' perspectives and enrich your understanding.

Key Takeaways:

By the end of this module, you will:

  • Have a clear understanding of legacy in the context of SoloAging and how it relates to your journey.
  • Recognize SoloAging as an opportunity for personal reinvention and the pursuit of a purpose-driven life.
  • Grasp the significance of making meaningful contributions during your SoloAging journey.
  • Have engaged deeply with assignments and reflections that will guide your legacy exploration.
  • Gained insights and shared experiences with your course community, enhancing your perspective on legacy in SoloAging.

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Here Are Ways for Us to Stay in Contact:

We set up a page on Facebook called Wellth Movement. Here you can:

  • access the daily publication of images and links about all things SoloAging Confidently via WELLth Movement... so as to stay on top of all notifications!
  • access a single - PUBLIC - location to leave a comment - ask a question - share a funny

If you have questions... comments... 

Fill out the Contact Form and we will connect by email. We can answer your questions that way. And if you want to chat thereafter, we can arrange that as well. 

EACH MONTH there are live 45 minute Q&A ZOOM calls on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at 10 am Mountain (Calgary/Edmonton timezone) with recordings posted on the WELLth Blog

These calls extend and expand the conversation started in completing the SoloAging Challenge - we encourage OPEN (Focused Friendly) Dialogue!!!

November 28, 2023 -
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