Jacqueline Damian is a writer and editor living in Milford, Penn. She wrote Sasha’s Tail: Lessons from a Life with Cats, and pens a weekly column for boomers for the Pocono Record.
This writer responds to the Atlantic piece on how much life is enough
It's hard to discard things when you're a collector, but it can be done
The 30-day junking was harder than this author expected
Reliving the days of college or young parenthood might be fun. Or would you stay put?
Coloring pages for adults are all the rage, and now I understand why
A woman reconnects with classmates, finding comfort over a shared loss
Work & Purpose
Do we really need all the gifts we receive from charity groups?
Why individuals were less generous in 2018 and what the future holds
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