Women reinventing their lives in Mexico
Midlife Mavericks chronicles a new trend--unmarried American and Canadian women building better lives for themselves in Mexico's beautiful colonial villages.
Cozy up on a comfortable couch and share a margarita with successful women who have found an alternative to high-stress careers. Sip a glass of wine with empty-nesters seeking adventure and drink a glass of ice tea with retirees living in comfort on just their Social Security or disability income.
You'll laugh and cry with these gutsy gringas as they journey from unfulfilled yearnings towards answers each woman must ultimately discover for herself.
"Like the seafaring sirens, Midlife Mavericks, will lure reticent readers from their lukewarm existences into lives of discovery and purpose."
Marilyn Davis, author of
Mexican Voices, American Dreams
About the Author
Everything you never wanted to know about me and more:
I feel like the most important part of my bio can't be written yet because I haven't lived it . For those of you who want to know who this "Blue" person is, I've encapsulated my life here for you:
At age twenty, I spent a semester aboard the University of the Seven Seas as a public relations assistant. We sailed out of New York, around the world and four months later, back into San Francisco. It was an incredible cultural experience that made an indelible imprint on the rest of my life. I earned $300 for the semester, sold my car for an additional $300 and created more memories for that $600 than should be humanly possible.
I interviewed Madame Shiang Kai-chek, dined at the King of Siam's castle, rode camels in the Sahara Desert (in the rain), climbed the Pyramids of Egypt, slept on the beach in Thailand, had a personal audience with the Pope, and was tailed by a government agent in Formosa. My fake identification