I have been notably absent in the last couple of weeks and I have felt like the Holidays were canceled this year. Trying to pack up and downsize in just a few weeks all while the Holidays are suddenly upon me and my youngest daughters are back here. The result of all this is a … Continue reading Sending Light and love for the holidays
I'm going with wonderful, but there were years when I definitely didn't feel that way. As I am talking with clients and also already getting my kids’ “suggestions” for presents this week, my thoughts are focused on the Holidays and the various emotions that they evoke. Let me be upfront in saying that although I … Continue reading It’s the most (wonderful/emotional /stressful/hopeful/lonely/) fill in your blank time of the year!
I know you get it. You know something is a really bad idea, but stuff needs to get done and who else is going to do it but you? Right? So I apparently thought it was acceptable to climb a 24 foot ladder to fix something at my house all by myself because, well, not … Continue reading Don’t climb ladders and other lessons I need to learn
This is a quick video I originally made for my private facebook group, but I thought I would share it here because this is an area that so many of us need help with. https://youtu.be/iu-Rq-n5Vyo
I know I am. I am probably a little late in posting on this, but as one more person asked me that question today I thought that I would share that it’s perfectly fine that I’m not doing anything this year. And the same goes for you. The “what to make for special meals” sections … Continue reading Are you getting fed up with people asking you what you are doing for Passover or Easter?
I have some pretty major decisions to make in the coming months. I am going to put my house on the market because my last child is going to be going off to college at the end of the summer. I know that I would like to move to an easier to manage house and … Continue reading One small choice can change your life.
When I was a teacher of young children, one of the biggest days of the school year was Mother’s Day. There were cards to make, poems to write, songs to learn, gifts to put together. Then of course there was the special Mother’s Day Tea events that working mothers had to carve out time for. … Continue reading February 14th again?
The challenges that many face after midlife divorce can seem totally overwhelming. The life that you thought you were "supposed" to have may have evaporated and along with it your view of a secure future, perhaps even financial stability that you were counting on. For many who were working in a job that needed a … Continue reading From Fear to Fabulous…yes, you can
This is a letter that I originally sent to women on my email list. However, I received so many replies thanking me for sharing and saying how much it had helped them that I decided to share it here in the thoughts that it may touch more who may be struggling with this. 💖 Like … Continue reading Ever thought of doing an exercise class with HIS new wife?
Many find that the events of their married life and/or the process of the divorce have left lingering incredibly strong negative emotions. Whether it be anger, sadness, regret or something else, these feelings can leave us trapped in the loop of reliving the past. Always looking back means not living and loving the life we … Continue reading Are you allowing your past to steal your present?