Divorce is not the end. I want to specifically address the woman who is getting divorced or is recently divorced. If you hear nothing else in my words today, hear this: Your presence and future is not defined by the failure of your marriage. In this letter, I’ll tell you why.
Divorce changed everything. I’ve gotten more courageous with some things and more afraid of others. I’ve taken on many new challenges and choose not to take on others. It’s brought out the best in me and has also hidden some of the best in me. Over the past few years, I’ve spent a lot of […]
The 2 year anniversary, however, does have me thinking about time. It’s actually been 2 years and 7 months since I moved into my own apartment. I have been thinking about what that time looked like, and how I felt.
I’ve been trying to find a word for what I’m experiencing lately. It’s a need to secure some things, free up others. I’m preparing for something. I’ve been letting go of the past while preparing for the very near future. I realized today what I’m doing: I’m Empty Nesting!
You know, it’s amazing what you take away from training events. In March of 2018, I had the pleasure of sitting in a class put on Christopher Suarez in Vegas about expansion. I thought I was there for real estate education. I later learned that it was more about “life” education. (see video and blogs […]
I had a huge “a-ha” today on my walk as I was listening to ‘girl wash your face’. In so many ways I can relate to the author. At her age, I was so much like her.
The Journey of Becoming Prelude – It’s been a long time since I’ve written like this. I call these passion pieces. These are the times when I sit down and just write what I’m thinking. I throw away the focus on search engine rankings, affiliate links, and lead magnets and just write.
I’ve spent a lot of time recently considering the defining moments in my life. These are the moments I feel change every subsequent event thereafter. First love, parents divorce, my divorce, all defining moments.
I woke up one day a little “fluffier”, yet sexier, with more aches and pains, and more pride, with major responsibility, and additional freedom, with more wrinkles and more confidence. Yes, there it was, I had become a midlife woman.