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Wednesday 5: Lessons from Women of Reinvention

By Women's Voices For Change
There's no better time for reflection than this moment of transition from the old to the new. In this special New Year's Eve edition of Wednesday 5, we return to our popular Women of Reinvention series for its life-lessons and nuggets of wisdom. For some of us, reinventing ourselves is about survival; for others, it’s about new beginnings, or overcoming fear, or simply letting go of a past self and ushering in a new one.
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Wednesday 5: ‘Women of Change’ for Whom We’re Thankful This Year

By Women's Voices For Change
In this week's Wednesday 5, we share with you five women (although we could share with you 100 times more) we're incredibly thankful for this Thanskgiving. And we didn't have to look far—they are right here in our Women's Voices vast family. These women move us, challenge us, inspire us, and make us laugh. On the eve of Thanksgiving, we share with you their stories and the valuable life lessons they've shared with us and our readers over the course of the year.
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News · Theater

Women of Reinvention: Back to the Boards

By Deborah Harkins
By Deborah Harkins

She was the successful manager of a well-regarded restaurant. She was in her forties and had lost all her contacts. Still, she had to go back to the theater: “When you walk away from something you love, it doesn’t really go away. It simmers. It hides. It never lets you engage fully in what you’ve chosen to do. And then comes the lightning bolt.”

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