AARP's Life Reimagined

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AARP knows that no one has everything figured out, and that is totally okay. Even if you know what  you want to pursue, it can be difficult to figure out how to actually follow through. That’s why we’re introducing Life Reimagined Checkups, FREE two-hour sessions where we provide valuable tools to help you start the next chapter of your life. We give you access to insightful books,  online activities and programs, lectures, and workshops  that will help you gain the confidence and direction you need to move forward.
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One of AARP New Jersey’s newest volunteers, Jacqueline Robinson worked in the Pharmaceutical industry for the majority of her career. When she was downsized after working at her last company for 27 years, Jackie decided to step out on a limb – she opted to take the retirement package offered to her and start JRR Consulting, Inc., and the division “Retire and Reinvent” ( www.retireandreinvent.com). Because Jackie is passionate about helping people become the person they were meant to be, she became a Certified Seminar Leader. “I developed ‘Passion & Purpose: A Guide to Rewriting Life After Retirement,” said Jackie. “The goal of the seminar is to help professional Baby Boomer women define their passions and use them as a guide to their purpose.”
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Are you ready for your next chapter? Whether you are diving right into to life's changes, or just putting your toes in the water, Life Reimagined offers tools, experts, activities and support to help you determine what really matters.
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AARP Nebraska is hosting several Life Reimagined workshops across Nebraska this fall to help people get inspired about their possibilities.
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For Phil Jordan of Whidbey Island, he had to leave the theater behind but the theater never left his blood. Today, he's directing a major production at the Whidbey Island Center For The Arts.
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Janet Lam-Rogers of Seattle believes in keeping busy. As a volunteer for the American Red Cross, the Northwest Harvest food bank, a house-builder for Habitat for Humanity and a tax preparer for the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program, the 60 year old spends most of her week helping others.
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Trudy James of Seattle never imagined herself as a filmmaker. She spent her career as a hospital chaplain and worked with AIDS patients for 20 years.
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We're excited to offer people a new volunteer opportunity to be trained as a Life Reimagined Guide in their community. Life Reimagined is a new way of thinking about what's next in life. Backed by decades of research, Life Reimagined introduces a powerful step-by-step approach to help people discover their possibilities, prepare for change and make their ideas real - whether focused on work, health, relationships or pursuing their passion.
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For the third consecutive year, AARP and the Chicago Latino Film Festival have teamed up to feature films for the 50+ population!  This year’s Movies for Grown Ups segment features six films breaking the stereotypes associated with the 50+  showing viewers that age doesn't matter,  and that adventure, second chances, and fun can happen at any time in our lives!
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