The Portland Sun – Amy discusses intuition for “retiring minds”

Retirement essayist is finalist for book award:

The editor of a new collection of essays on retirement knows what he’s talking about. Mark Chimsky, editor of “Not Your Mother’s Retirement,” is a finalist for a gold medal in the 2013 Book of the Year Awards from ForeWord Reviews for “65 Things to Do When You Retire: Travel,” an earlier work he edited.

Chimsky developed and edited the new book, which includes essays by Sally Abrahms, Marci Alboher, M. Cindy Hounsell, Julie Jason, Suzanne Braun Levine, Kali Lightfoot, Dorian Mintzer, and Shirley Sagawa.

Amy Wood, AW, Psy. D., one of the contributing writers, says retiring minds should “use intuition to guide you” and advised one to “clean up your personal space, including old friends, in order for intuition to thrive…

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