Digital Sisters Are You Thinking About Your Future?


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Guess what the Digital Sisterhood Network (DSN) is doing this summer? DSN is partnering with AARP’s Blogger Kitchen Cabinet for the Decide. Create. Share Campaign as a part of our Leadership, Lifestyle, and Living Well Initiative.  AARP’s Decide. Create. Share Campaign is designed to help women do three things: 1) Decide what kind of future they want for themselves. 2) Create a long-term plan that will help them address their health, financial, legal, and home issues and achieve their goals. 3) Share their long-term plan with the important people in their lives.
DSN became a part of the AARP Decide. Create. Share. Campaign because we know our Digital Sisters are smart women with busy lives and responsibilities. We know our Digital Sisters have opinions and feelings. We know our Digital Sisters care about themselves and their families, friends, colleagues, and communities. We know our Digital Sisters make a difference. We know our Digital Sisters matter. That’s why we are using our blog and Facebook page from July 12 to July 18 to ask you one question. Are you thinking about your future when it comes to long-term planning for your health, finances, legal issues, and home issues?  Please share your feelings, opinions, and stories in the comment section below or on the DSN Facebook Page.
Photo Credit: AARP.org

Photo Credit: AARP.org

Disclaimer: This blog post was written in support of Digital Sisterhood Network’s Leadership, Lifestyle and Living Well initiative and participation in AARP’s Decide. Create. Share. Campaign.
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