Liz Kitchens is one of the founders of Be Brave. Lose the Beige, a blog and website specializing in issues facing Lady Boomers, women of the Baby Boomer generation. She and co-founder, Jackie Sorensen, conduct workshops and retreats using the metaphor of color to help promote self acceptance and understanding. Workshop topics include:
Does your life resemble your purse? What kind of baggage are you carrying around?
-Exercise Your Creativity. We recognize the validity of exercising our bodies and minds, but somehow once we get past the age of ten, we often pay less attention to our creative muscles. This workshop explores ways to flex our creative muscles.
Many Hats, Only One Head! Women wear a lot of hats. This workshop explores the roles women perform each day.
-What’s In Your Empty Nest (or not so empty nest)? What dreams and aspirations have you put on hold to care for others.
-Are You a Tweener? The Boomer Generation is sandwiched between parenting adult children and tending to aging parents.
Liz is also the director of the Jeremiah Project, an after school and summer arts enrichment program designed to foster self esteem in at risk middle school aged students.
Click here to visit the Be Brave. Lose the Beige website