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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)”

Guest Post: Then and Now

While I am away for a few days, I am sharing a series of guest posts from some awesome bloggers. This one is from Joy, who blogs at Tellin ‘ it like it is… Joy describes herself as: a human being constantly learning, mom of a 4-year old, partner, teacher, writer, daughter, sister, friend. I love music, travel (armchair and actual), books (to stackContinue reading “Guest Post: Then and Now”

Vantage Point

Let me state right up front that I am not a parent. Apart from living with an infant for a year, I have not resided with a child. I have never experienced the fear that grips when you lose sight of your child in a park. I have never felt the aching pull when youContinue reading “Vantage Point”

You Win Some When You Lose Some: A Father’s Day Tribute

Four years ago next month, I lost my husband. Four years ago next month, I gained a father. My parent’s divorce occurred when I was in elementary school. My dad then relocated across the country shortly after I turned 11. We did not see much of each other for the rest of my childhood orContinue reading “You Win Some When You Lose Some: A Father’s Day Tribute”

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