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Hi, I’m Wendy!
I am a Boomer, and I have reinvented myself many times. Through the Hey, Boomer!™ shows, along with coaching and events, my goal is to provide inspiration to empower you to live the meaningful, purposeful life you want to live.
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I had Physical Therapy today. There is the ever-present lower back/leg pain, and then my neck and shoulder started tightening up as well. So Physical Therapy has been good, teaching me strengthening exercises to stabilize some of my weaker muscles. My therapist was proud of my progress today on neck strength and movement. Now we…Keep reading
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My guest will be Dr. Weston Dripps, Executive Director of the Shi Institute for Sustainable Communities at Furman University. Launched in 2020, the Shi Institute for Sustainable Communities is a regionally focused institute promoting sustainable human flourishing through education, research and leadership
The institute builds on over a decade of proven success and national renown of the David E. Shi Center for Sustainability and connects the Furman campus with the surrounding community around developing sustainable communities.
Learn what is being done to build sustainable communities locally and around the country.
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