"And what do you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?"
—Mary Oliver, A Summer Day

Passion & Purpose: LifeCrafting and Legacy in the Second Half of Life

In early March 2015, Meg participated in the Shift Network's Transformational Aging Tele-Summit, organized and hosted by Ron Pevny, Founder and Director of the Center for Conscious Eldering and author of Conscious Living, Conscious Aging. You can listen to her 40-minute interview on Legacies of the Heart: A Hallmark of Conscious Aging. You can also read a brief summary.

NEW: Check out Meg's Legacy Blog on BoomerLivingPlus.

LifeCrafting means mindfully envisioning and creating the life you want for the 20+ “bonus years” of extended middle age and active elderhood – a vital, fulfilling later life that fully expresses who you are, how you want to contribute, and what Legacy you want to leave.

Second Half LifeCrafting is for:

  • Individuals in mid-life and beyond who want to transition mindfully and with support into the “next chapter” of their lives and to create for themselves more purpose, possibility, and legacy -- the imprint, tangible and intangible of their lives.
  • Institutions and organizations that care about their mature alumni, employees, and/or clients and want to help them navigate this challenging and exciting territory.

Meg Newhouse, Ph.D., CPPC, is a nationally-known pioneer in Third-Age LifeCrafting, an author, and a seasoned and gifted group facilitator, teacher, coach, and program designer.

As a catalyst for living with passion, purpose, and grace after 50, she delights in offering the following services:




“Taking your class led me down a new path in life….Meg, you bring people to see and appreciate their inner selves. What a gift!

“For the first time in three years, I feel a weight has been lifted off my shoulders.”

“Meg is a high-energy, creative leader with a great capacity for listening, restating, and consolidating input from class members.”

Copyright © 2005 Meg Newhouse.