My Two Cents: Starting Over at 46

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How hard is it to start over when you are in your 40s? Or can you really start over? When it to late to start a new career, job or life? Starting over in your 40s

Starting over at 40 – is that considered being at your rock bottom? What about 46?

When J.K. Rowling said, “Rock bottom is the solid foundation on which I built my life,” she hit the nail on the head.

Sometimes you gotta sink down to the depths to find the energy to skyrocket back up. The good news: You’re on the right page to do just that. Let’s begin.

Well, here’s my two cents. I’m 46 years old, just lost my job of 10 years, my kids are off to college and I’m completely lost right now. 

But.

I can start over, life is too short to stop now…Just my two cents

Now it’s your turn: What do you think? Let me have your two cents in the comments. 

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