The Bloomers: Wise Women Creating a New World

The Bloomers book empowers women over 50 to claim their creative authority using an energetic spiritual matrix to gain self-awareness. The Bloomer woman is smart, sassy, and very savvy… the new power broker . . . but invisible until now. The mission of The Bloomers is to offer a wakeup call for women to create a world based on feminine principles using the “fire in her belly” to create change. More

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About A. J. White

A.J. White has been in a variety of nursing roles in many different venues worldwide. She has worked years in the hospital and corporate environment. A.J. Has a Masters in Nursing from the University of Illinois-Chicago and is completing her dissertation in a PhD in Nursing from University of Phoenix in the spring of 2013 focusing on successful aging and the post- menopausal woman.
Throughout all this healthcare management and interaction experience, what AJ found was that there were overriding commonalities in the populations served. Women cared about their health and the health of their families. Women were the lynchpin of health and wellness in their homes and communities. Women knew and understood how to heal. A.J. found in her research that worldwide, women were wise and undervalued. There is very little research on the woman over age 50; she is invisible and relegated to the corner—not interesting or needed. She found that the cohort of women over 50 are powerful, filled with creativity and wisdom. They are ready to bring forth their seeds of creation and to bloom.
A.J.’s passion is to empower women to claim her rightful place in society. A.J. has written her first book called The Bloomer: Wise Women Creating a New World released the end of 2012. Following this book will be three guidebooks that will assist the awakening woman to heal herself and claim her authority. Life is just getting interesting!!

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