I would wager that barely a day goes by where you are not at least partially driven by a to-do list. Whether scribbled on a slip of paper, stored neatly in your phone’s database or merely a memorized inventory of all that you need to accomplish, you move from one task to another. As you … Continue reading Are You Writing Your To-Be List?
It can be challenging to determine when something falls on somebody else's shoulders and when it it is ultimately your responsibility to bear. Here are four ways to tell if it's your stuff to own - 1 - A pattern keeps repeating. When I first started casually dating post-divorce, I had guys start to … Continue reading Taking Responsibility: How to Tell When It’s Your Stuff to Own
It’s taken as a given that our lives are getting more and more stressful by the day. In all honesty, it’s not hard to see why: we’re busier than we’ve ever been, the cost of living keeps rising and we’re frequently bombarded with conflicting information. With modern life being so stressful and divorce being one … Continue reading Guest Post: Five Ways to Make Your Divorce Less Stressful
These aren't magic elixirs that will suddenly make everything okay, but these six strategies can help you cope while divorce seems intent on bringing you down: 1 - Limit the Time Spent With People Who Exhaust You It doesn't matter if it's your mother or your neighbor, when you're feeling flattened by divorce, it's … Continue reading 6 Self-Care Tips When You’re Feeling Overwhelmed By Divorce
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 that … Continue reading How to Audit Your Personal Energy Budget (And Why It’s Critical That You Do)