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by Susan R. Trausch
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Susan Trausch is one of the funniest writers in America. This book makes a great gift for anyone who has retired or is close to retirement, and it is a wonderful read for anyone else who simply can laugh about growing older. 5 people found this helpful.
She wrote a delightful memoir called Groping Toward Whatever or How I Learned to Retire. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически. Susan Trausch Social Networks Profiles.
I recently phoned Susan Trausch, a former co-worker who retired in 2005
I recently phoned Susan Trausch, a former co-worker who retired in 2005. There are thousands of people like her. What makes her different is that, as a journalist, she decided to take notes on what happened when she retired. In a funny and touching little book ( Groping Toward Whatever, or How I Learned to Retire, (Sort of) ), she describes how dealing with identity can be the biggest challenge. Like many people who no longer carry business cards, she struggled with the so what do you do? question at dinner parties. She found herself starting projects and dropping them.
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Publisher of GROPING TOWARD WHATEVER or How I Learned to Retire (sort of). Home. Groping Toward Whatever. About Free Street Press. Former Boston Globe reporter Susan Trausch is retired but not sure what that means. She doesn’t have to go to the office anymore and that’s good. But there is no quick answer to the question What do you DO? and that’s bad. Groping Toward Whatever – or How I Learned to Retire (Sort Of) is a tale of transition, a journey from the job to somewhere else. It’s about confusion, aging, joy, and love. It’s about disorienting change and the serenity found in what remains constant.
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But, as Susan Cain argues in this passionate talk, introverts bring extraordinary talents and .
But, as Susan Cain argues in this passionate talk, introverts bring extraordinary talents and abilities to the world, and should be encouraged and celebrated. And my mother packed me a suitcase full of books, which to me seemed like a perfectly natural thing to do. Because in my family, reading was the primary group activity. And this might sound antisocial to you, but for us it was really just a different way of being social. Whatever it is, I hope you take these things out every chance you get and grace us with your energy and your joy. But introverts, you being you, you probably have the impulse to guard very carefully what's inside your own suitcase.
Susan probably made it back to Narnia, because her experience with faith . You must learn to know me by that name
Susan probably made it back to Narnia, because her experience with faith reflects that of Lewis himself. In 1960, C. S. Lewis wrote back to a reader and said that Susan is not in Aslan's country. You must learn to know me by that name. This was the very reason why you were brought to Narnia, that by knowing me here for a little, you may know me better there. We can't definitively answer from the books whether Susan ever did that, but the books do at least hint at the possibility that Susan would grow out of the "phase" she was in. TL;DR The fact that Susan wasn't there in The Last Battle doesn't necessarily mean that she wouldn't be in the future.