People reevaluate their lives for many reasons. Some people do it because they feel like they’ve lost their way and they need to find themselves again. Others do it in an attempt to find a new purpose in life now that their old one doesn’t fit them anymore. And still others do it because they want to make sure they’re living the best life possible, with assurance that they’re not missing out on anything. No matter the reason, reevaluation is always a good thing. It allows us to take a step back and look at our lives from a different perspective, and sometimes it’s only by doing this that we can see things more clearly and figure out what needs to be changed. Now, in my newest book, A State of Reevaluation: The Silver Disobedience Guide for Purposeful Reinvention, (available on Amazon for $6.95) I explore the idea of reevaluation along with a bit of reinvention. It is written in my usual relatable, non-judgemental style. Within the pages, I, @DianGriesel aka @SilverDisobedience to my many blog readers, try to creatively break down the process of reevaluation. My goal is to guide each reader through practical steps to help them decide if a bit of reinvention is warranted for greater personal fulfillment. As you may know, I am on a mission to help everyone live and love agelessly. Now through The Silver Disobedience® Life Enhancement Mini-Playbook Series, as a perception analyst, author and creative I am expanding on some of my daily blog topics to help readers delve a little more deeply into self-exploration-worthy ideas.  I am a firm believer that through greater understanding of all the ways that we are each unique yet also quite similar – we can collectively begin to embrace and cheer not only ourselves but others as well, setting the stage and challenge for us all to live our best lives at every age. Here’s the Link: