Well here we are! Every year, the arrival of October makes me perk up a little bit ’cause it’s the start of my favorite season–the “fall” and “winter” (here in TX) holidays!
This year for me the holiday season is bittersweet. In November we’ll be celebrating our 10 year wedding anniversary, but it’ll be our last before we go our separate ways. As I’ve said before, the end of a relationship in and of itself isn’t tragic if it wasn’t meant to be. BUT, it’s human nature to look at something that didn’t turn out the way you expected as a failure.Read More»
May your Friday be delicious!
Personally, I am in “fake it ’til you make it” mode, grinning and bearing it, because inside I’m not feeling strong at all.
This too, shall pass.
I am going through probably my biggest challenge so far: letting go of the last piece of my life as I’ve known it (my marriage).
The end of a relationship is not necessarily a bad thing, but the enormity of the change and the fear of the unknown are quite the one-two punch!
Virtual hugs to everyone, and thank you for staying with me!
I’ve mentioned a few times in my writing that my old life has, bit by bit, disintegrated. I’ve lost several loved ones and family members over the past few years, drifted apart from friends, and taken time off from my old career (four years now). The reason I write about happiness is not because I’m at expert at being happy, but because it is my biggest challenge. I hope that if I share what helps me though these challenges, I can help others get through theirs.
Now I’m going through divorce.Read More»
Do you like the world we live in today? Does it seem like a pretty alright place with little room for improvement? Not so much?
The good news is this:
YOU can change the world.
In fact, you already do, every day! You’re doing it right now!
The important thing is to 1. know that you are, and then 2.decide to make a positive impact.Read More»
Yep! Still exhausted! I’ve gotten exactly one good night of sleep in the past week. It’s been a bit of a struggle, to say the least.
Just a reminder to me and to you to always take care of yourself first, physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. And if you’re not 100% (or even close) in those areas, don’t feel bad about needing more time to recharge.
Your kids, your work, the housework, the bills, the world ALL can wait until YOU are back on track and can give your all again.