A Place for 60+ Women in their Next Chapter…
to discover ways to charge forward with new purpose, focus, and faith toward a more rewarding life than they’ve ever experienced before.
Quiet Hollow might be the perfect place for you if you’ve entered your next chapter of life. Maybe you’re retired from your primary career work, your children have had children, and/or you came of age in the wild and crazy 1960s.
If you join us on Quiet Hollow, you’ll become part of a group looking at new ways to enrich their already productive lives. You’ll find yourself laughing at the silliness around you, including yourself! You’ll hear about fun things like yummy recipes, natural, easy makeup tricks, or making your home cute.
We’ll also honestly and gently look at some of the challenges we have during this season. All things aging, feeling alone at times, or missing a sense of purpose can de-rail the happiest of baby-boomer women.
With doses of humor, grace, Bible wisdom, and hope, we’ll all walk into a rich next chapter in the 2020s. Are you ready?
Let me tell you a little about me so we’ll be friends right from the start! I’m a contented Baby Boomer and low-risk taker who loves something new once I’ve jumped in! I also love the Beatles, Three Dog, and Worship music. I love hanging out with my high school friends, siblings, neighborhood and church friends…oh, and my husband, adult kids, and 5 grandkids!
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Quiet Hollow Recommends…
Here are our current top 3 picks. We love these books and think you will too!
Just Open the Door by Jen Schmidt
This is a great book for you if you’d rather go to someone else’s house than have someone over to yours! Tons of suggestions for creating opportunities to open your home to others without having to be fancy about it! This book is an enjoyable read with many fun stories from the author’s personal life.
How to Age without Getting Old by Joyce Meyer
No one is excited about getting old. This is my top pick of ‘how not to age’ books! The author covers ‘the steps you can take today to stay young for the rest of your life.’ Joyce Meyer has written so many life-changing books. I have several favorites…Battlefield of the Mind is one I need to read again!
Seated with Christ by Heather Holleman
This is my top pick of biblical personal identity books. Based on Ephesians 2:6, the author develops the concept of being ‘seated with Christ’ and what that means to believers living out their day-to-day lives. Dr. Holleman teaches English at Penn State and has also written How to Write with Flair (also a top pick of mine!)