In honor of Canada Day and our 150th birthday, I thought it would be fun to share some myths (and a few truths) about Canadians. This is tongue in cheek of course, and I have not researched this post. I’ve simply dug from my Canadian brain. Continue reading “10 Myths About Canadians”
Oh my, it’s graduation, wedding, and recital season around the corner. This means ex encounters (of the third kind) of many kinds. Perhaps you’re on good terms with your ex, or maybe many years have passed so you have this down…if so skip down to the comments and tell us how you do it. On the other hand, if you’re not, you’ll need to be ready for this possible barrage of social ex encounters. Continue reading “Ex Encounters-Coping With Graduation, Weddings, Recital Season”
This is not a style blog but it is a Goddess blog. There are no affiliate links just some fun style talk here.
So, April the first full month of spring season kind of came and went quickly for me. there were highs and lows this month which I suppose sped time up. Continue reading “Spring Style Update for a Goddess”
“To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance.” – Oscar Wilde
Feeling pissed about Cupid this year? It’s difficult after separation to feel inspired about a day dedicated to love when you feel your heart is broken. But in order to mend your heart, you have to start loving yourself. Continue reading “Pissed About Cupid?”
10 Tips to improve your Christmas post divorce, is something I think will help anyone coping with co-parenting issues over the holidays. One of the most difficult times of the year for divorced and broken families is undoubtedly the Christmas Season. Especially the first couple of years when it is a time for re-building and transitioning the new family unit. What makes this even harder is having to let go of old traditions. Also, Christmas memories from before the divorce are still raw. Due to these changes in family dynamics, the holidays become a challenge and a tug of war between households. Neither Mom nor Dad want to be alone during this time and the children inevitably get caught in the middle.
Continue reading “10 Tips to Improve Your Post Divorce Christmas”
Say what? I know it’s the middle of summer and if you’re like me, you’re still shy about frolicking in your bikini. Last weekend on a hot sunny July afternoon, my Beau and I were sitting at the beach before we went out to dinner. We weren’t dressed to swim or frolic that afternoon but we sure enjoyed watching everyone else do so. I got the most pleasant surprise of the summer right there on the beach. It’s not what you think… Continue reading “Frolicking In Your Bikini”
One of my favorite summer posts I’ve updated from the archives. Summer inspiration.
“Summertime, and the livin’ is easy…your daddy’s rich and your mamma’s good lookin’..”
That old Gershwin jazz tune always plays through my mind in June.
Summer is upon us and we’ve waited patiently for it to come! We even travel great distances at great expense during the winter months to get a taste of this season in some other exotic locale. But now we have it, right outside our own Continue reading “The Livin’ Is Easy”
It’s the beginning of a new month and not just any month. It’s one of the best of twelve—May. It’s officially spring weather. The storms are over. Continue reading “The First Day of May”
In 1922, author Elizabeth von Armin’s novel Enchanted April was published. Surprising Elizabeth as much as anyone else, it took the book world by storm. Hailed as a “delicious confection” capable of “working its magic on all”. The story is so good that it was made into a film 70 plus years later!
The plot? Four women want to escape their unhappy marriages, at least for a while. They find themselves in Italy… Continue reading “Is Your April Enchanted?”
Happy Valentine’s Day, Escapees. Take a lovah, and enjoy every moment. It’s what Frida would do. Continue reading “A Valentine’s Wish For You”