Jane Gassner

Jane Gassner Jane Gassner writes the blog Midlife Bloggers.

Web Site: http://midlifebloggers.com


Getting Older, Getting Better with AARP’s Life Reimagined

Aug 1, 2016

I’d like to say that today, the woman who runs this site, The Other Side of Sixty, is calmer, more controlled, and surer of where she’s going. But that would be a lie.

Sigma Tau Alpha STS, the venerable Greek House

Jun 28, 2016

To be good at social media is to understand the marketplace, the machinations of the brands, and the way people's minds work. It's an equation that defies Ten Easy Steps and moves somewhere into the fine art of social psychology. I love it.

June 23, 2016

Jun 23, 2016

So what have I been up to for the past six months? Writing to earn a living.

Disrupt Aging

Mar 9, 2016

I would say that the next step from complaining (in blogs and the like) about culture and media and all the other Theys who we blame for telling us what we are is to actively do something about it.

Disrupt Aging

Mar 9, 2016

I would say that the next step from complaining (in blogs and the like) about culture and media and all the other Theys who we blame for telling us what we are is to actively do something about it.

Disrupt Aging

Mar 9, 2016

I would say that the next step from complaining (in blogs and the like) about culture and media and all the other Theys who we blame for telling us what we are is to actively do something about it.

Disrupt Aging

Mar 9, 2016

I would say that the next step from complaining (in blogs and the like) about culture and media and all the other Theys who we blame for telling us what we are is to actively do something about it.

Disrupt Aging

Mar 9, 2016

I would say that the next step from complaining (in blogs and the like) about culture and media and all the other Theys who we blame for telling us what we are is to actively do something about it.

Disrupt Aging

Mar 9, 2016

I would say that the next step from complaining (in blogs and the like) about culture and media and all the other Theys who we blame for telling us what we are is to actively do something about it.

Disrupt Aging

Mar 9, 2016

I would say that the next step from complaining (in blogs and the like) about culture and media and all the other Theys who we blame for telling us what we are is to actively do something about it.

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