Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Judith Zausner brings home a Bronze!

True, the Winter Olympics have been over for a little while now, but "Congratulations" go to CAAN Board Member, Judith Zausner!  A piece she wrote for her blog Creativity Matters won Bronze in the Single Article — Magazine/Newspaper/Newsletter (Editorial) category of the 2010, 19th National Mature Media Awards (check out her mention here on page 9).

A snippet from Judith's When Creative Success Comes Later in Life:
"But I believe that these late bloomers all share an exceptional ability to persevere, a brilliant talent that would not lay quiet, a set of good genes and a stable environment. They have enriched our lives as a result of their determination and unwavering spirit and they challenge those who believe that old age is simply a negative consequence of living."
Go here to read the complete article.

Judith is a consultant, designer and writer "focused on empowering creativity and teaches craft classes for older adults." In her own "encore career," Judith shares her creative journey on her website Caring Crafts. Catch a glimpse of some of Judith's Caring Crafts work here and then go here to read more about Judith herself.

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