Liz Kitchens is a writer and blogger. Her blog, Be Brave. Lose the Beige, reaches out to Lady Boomers, women of the Baby Boomer generation. Liz also blogs for Growing Bolder and Vibrant Nation, two sites devoted to aging issues. Liz conducts workshops on the health benefits of creativity and is an ambassador for the Creative Caregiving Initiative sponsored by the NCCA, The National Center for Creative Aging. Liz founded the Jeremiah Project, an after school and summer creative arts program designed to foster self esteem and encourage creative thinking among at risk middle school aged students. Boomer women have lived a significant percentage of their adult years within very prescribed "lines". As Lady Boomers face the prospect of retirement or transition into another chapter of life, Be Brave. Lose The Beige is a guide for encouraging women to step outside some of those lines and live more creatively. Losing the beige is not just about color (although I’m pretty crazy about colors..all colors, the more the better) Be Brave, lose the Beige is really a life choice. It’s about exploring the playful side of life by escaping your incessant to-do lists, and experiencing more joy and fun. Bravery may be required as you assert the need for time to engage in pursuits of your own choosing. Color and joy will begin seeping back into a life turned beige by all the obligations and responsibilities we face on a daily basis. So, welcome to the world of Be Brave. Lose the Beige. I hope you will become part of this Lady Boomer community. Post a blog, read a blog, subscribe to my "Living in Color" monthly newsletter, and exercise your creativity.