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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

My First-Ever New Year’s Resolution

I’m generally not a fan of resolutions – they generally aim too high, lack staying power and lead to feelings of guilt and failure when they inevitably crash and burn. But this year, I’m ignoring my own advice and I’m committing to a resolution for the New Year. A resolution inspired by watching my husbandContinue reading “My First-Ever New Year’s Resolution”

Prove Yourself Wrong

I’ve never been much of a fan of resolutions. Perhaps it’s because I see the bodies flock to the gym every January only to be back on their respective couches by Valentine’s Day. Or I see the impassioned declarations about eating clean shared publicly on Facebook and I spy a doughnut in the poster’s hand beforeContinue reading “Prove Yourself Wrong”

Bust a Rut

Regular gym-goers have a tendency to dread the facility in January. Every machine and every corner is occupied from pre-dawn to well after dark. It can become frustrating when the new exercisers make it difficult to use a machine, invade your personal space in a class or elongate your workout due to the extra waitContinue reading “Bust a Rut”

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