WJ 17-50 Mid-Life Joy Ride – Love In The Single Lane

The Wellness Journey with Lynnis Woods-Mullins and her guest Hope Suis, on air from December 12th 

Single women over 40 are one of the largest growing demographics in the United States.  There are women who are divorced, widowed, and some who have decided not to get married. Whatever the reason is for your “singleness” it doesn’t have to be a bad thing.  Society says that women after 40 may have difficulty finding a mate, or they may no longer be as desirable when it comes to dating.  This couldn’t be farther from the truth.  J. Hope Suis knows this from experience and shares with us her experience is becoming single, and learning how to have a thriving and fun dating life.  The information she shares is encouraging and inspiring.  If you know someone who is struggling with the idea of being single after 40, share this broadcast with them!  It’s a fun, feel-good interview that will encourage all to keep moving forward no matter what your age or marital status!


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Mid-Life Joy Ride – Love In The Single Lane

  1. Hope Suis is an inspirational writer and relationship coach with over 25 years of experience in single-parenting, dating, relationships, and a phrase she coined as “Solitary Refinement”, which is simply a season of being single to grow and develop as an individual. Her new book, Mid-Life Joyride, is a light-hearted yet meaningful collection of stories, advice and encouragement from her experiences. Her passion in life is Hope Boulevard, which is a blog and website focused on uplifting and challenging her readers to live their best life now. She is a strong advocate for mid-life issues and committed to the idea of sharing ‘hope’. In addition to her blog, she also wrote a weekly newspaper column entitled; “A Single Thought”. J. Hope currently writes for divorcemag.com, divorcedmoms.com, has a platform on onmogul.com, as well as ghostwriting blogs for other organizations. She has contributed to online articles for The Chicago Tribune and Reader’s Digest. She believes it is never too late to pursue a dream or achieve a goal and always encourages her followers to Hope With Abandon.




Twitter – @hopeblvd