Late Bloomers: Artists, Writers & Entrepreneurs

I visited Melanie Hickman's site and saw she had an article on Late Bloomers: Artists & Entrepreneurs. I appreciate articles such as these, as I feel I am a late bloomer and have only begun to do what I am meant to do for the last half of my life. So I decided to Google Late Bloomers and came up with a few more interesting articles below. I especially loved the stories of people who started businesses in their 80's and 90's. So in that light I am not a late bloomer but a spring chicken at 48!


phylliso said...

I believe God has given all of us a gift,& when we realize what it is & how to use it,sometimes it is not till later on in life.phylliso

phylliso said...

I believe God has given all of us a gift,sometimes we don`t understand what it is & how to use it till later on in our lives,phylliso

Dixie Sargent Redmond said...

I believe that, too, Phylliso. Thanks for commenting!

jenclair said...

Thanks, Dixie! "To everything there is a season"? I have found so much in the decade since I turned 50--tai chi, art quilts, embroidery, yoga, and now, dolls.

While not a commercial or artistic success, I've found so many areas of fascination and pleasure. Others report being bored after retirement, I complain because I don't have enough time to do all of the things I enjoy!

Rachael Kinnison said...

Your not a late bloomer Dixie! Who said exactly when "late" is???? Flowers grow and bloom at all times of the know I bought my Mother an orchid while in Hawaii, that only blooms once every 80 have spent these past years growing tall, and putting on leaves of wisdom, and are now, READY to bloom! I would say you are right on track my dear!
xoxoxo rachael

"Do not let what you cannot do
keep you from doing what you can do."

John Wooden


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