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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

How to Audit Your Personal Energy Budget (And Why It’s Critical That You Do)

When it comes to your money, I expect that you have some sort of budget or at least a sense of what is coming in (and where those dollars are coming from) as well as what is going out (and some idea of what that money is being spent on). Additionally, you have learned thatContinue reading “How to Audit Your Personal Energy Budget (And Why It’s Critical That You Do)”

The Surprising Way Divorce Can Affect You

For the most part, I guess you could call my response to divorce typical. I spent hours laying in bed, tears soaking the pillow beneath my matted hair, mourning the life and love that had been ripped from me. I expressed anger and bitterness towards my couldn’t-be-ex-soon-enough as I learned of his betrayals and indiscretions.Continue reading “The Surprising Way Divorce Can Affect You”

An Open Letter to Extroverts: What the Introverts in Your Life Want You to Know

I’m not an extrovert, but I play one in real life. Most people would probably be shocked to discover than I am a true introvert – that  social situations and crowds exhaust me and I seek balance by being alone. After all, I have chosen to be a teacher. I am outspoken in meetings and notContinue reading “An Open Letter to Extroverts: What the Introverts in Your Life Want You to Know”

Make It Better

I had no idea. I had no idea when I started blogging that it would change the way I look at, well, everything. I am a numbers gal. I like data and graphs, empirical evidence of cause and effect. But I’m also a relationship person. I like to build and nurture connections with people. AndContinue reading “Make It Better”

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