Rebellion is expected from teenagers, but not from mature adults.
But is it okay for adults to rebel when life’s not working?
I’ve recently discovered that it’s a valuable tactic for tearing down conventional walls and expanding the possibilities for
The trouble with being a baby boomer with a history of strong opinions is, as I grow older, I’m opening more doors formerly labeled “not me” and breaking my self-created rules. This afternoon while bicycling I composed a list of actions I said I’d never do, but did.