For many of us who are approaching retirement or are just tired of the work we’ve done for the last umpteen years, the opportunity to remake ourselves with a new “encore” career is alluring. At the website Second Lives Club, founders Carrie Tuhy and Mary Lou Floyd occasionally blog about women who have taken the leap and created new professional lives for themselves despite the challenges that such re-invention poses. For example, their most recent post describes the career of Erica Abeel, whose “first life” had her on stage as a dancer with Martha Graham but whose “second life” finds her as a successful novelist. For anyone contemplating a next move, these profiles may provide a possible template. Or, maybe you want this website to profile your successful “encore” career. Either way, dust off your career wish-list and check out The Second Lives Club Here.