Hey friends, how is your summer experience? Remember two summers ago, I wrote about frolicking in your bikini? Well, I’ve actually done that this summer so can say I’m experiencing IT. Good old Hilda knows how! If you don’t know what I’m talking about, read no further before clicking the above link.
After divorce we feel defeated in love. We might stop believing in it altogether.
We may be spending what little energy we have left after the battle, providing and being there for our children. We’ve stopped believing in fairy tales but the time will come eventually when we look forward to new relationship(s).
I’m re-posting an updated, yet classic from the archives.
One of the biggest changes during divorce is losing the marital home, which I have written about before here.
It’s a loss that isn’t easy to swallow for many couples who have taken pride in their home. Dare I say, they’ve considered their home something of a status symbol or a page out of a decorating magazine? That will all change. You’ll see though, that what really matters isn’t the shell of a home but who and what is inside it. Continue reading “10 Ways To Make a New Home After Divorce”
Since many of you are writers, today I’m featuring the lovely Chrys Fey’s new book, 10 Sparks To Guide You From Idea To Publication. Her self help book for aspiring authors is a don’t miss! She covers all topics and answers the burning questions for new authors. Even if you have experience in self-publishing, you’re bound to glean some new ideas with Chrys’s advice. Here’s more info and you can enter for a chance to win prizes!
As many of you know, my marriage ended many moons ago. 2005 to be exact. The divorce dragged on as most do, but if we’re talking about the actual marriage, it ended thirteen years ago. My, how time flies. Continue reading “Back In Time”
I can’t believe we’re well into month five of 2018. Almost half way through another year…and I was thinking back to my promise to live ‘fearlessly authentic’ in 2018. It’s time for a quick check-in to see how I’m doing. You may recall this wonderful image that inspired my whole year; Continue reading “Word of the Year Check-In”
Okay, so this wasn’t so much a question as it was a comment. Sometimes people simply want to share their story but without seeking advice. However, Penniless makes for a great case study, if you will, on divorce and what can go wrong and how to fix it. Continue reading “Dear Lisa, Reader Question”