I just spent the last hour in a radio interview. Is that fun or what?
It wasn’t live, mind you. It’ll air here, in a couple of weeks. And although the name of the show is Career Clinic, with Maureen Anderson, we talked about what it’s like to grow up with money. You know, rather than how to make it.
It’s a topic I’ve gotten more or less comfortable with, and I hope in this format my experience can be valuable to those bringing up kids in a privileged environment. At least that was my goal.
I’ll say it again – I really enjoyed the interview discussion. Let no one fear their 50s. All those years I thought middle-aged women were dissembling about happiness in midlife. No. They were telling the truth. With any luck we find ourselves at last valuing ourselves and being valued for what we are good at.
Some of you will get there sooner, of course. Go you. We’re cheering.
When the broadcast/podcast goes live, I will post the link. Unless, that is, I listen and find I sound like the jerk I try not to be. Cross your fingers for me, if you could be so kind.
And have an altogether lovely weekend.