In last week’s Midlife Monday, I wrote about letting go and moving forward when empty nest happens. (You can read more about that here: link) Today I want to focus on helping you take the next step in discovering your true, authentic self and how to help ‘her’ rise above the surface. Every year, over … Continue reading 5 Things Runways Can Teach Us About Midlife and Empty Nest
"Wonder" begets "Wonder-ing"This past week, I had a long layover in Buffalo, New York. I failed to experience real, authentic Buffalo chicken wings, however, I was able to take in something even more memorable...Niagara Falls. My crew and I left our uniforms behind and decided to take advantage of the beautiful fall weather and spend … Continue reading When Empty Nest Leaves You Wondering – Practice These 3 Things
Most of the time, major life-transitions are difficult ...(And empty nest is one of those times) So many kinds of transitions. Life is full of them. The planned and the unplanned. The expected and the unexpected. The ones you long for and the ones you dread. The transition from childhood to adulthood. From high school to college. … Continue reading 10 Things New Empty Nesters Struggle With and Some ‘Relief Humor’
I've done it subconsciously, most of my life... I doodle arrows. On anything. On everything. Ever since I can remember, this has been a silly habit of mine. Yes, I was that child who could not sit still unless it was something that held my interest and attention. Creating was my outlet and I shied … Continue reading When Your Big Plans for Monday – Get Moved to Tuesday…Do This:
When your last child leaves home and you feel like a bulldozer ran over your heart, ...and it all seems so overwhelming, ...so final, ...so strange, ...how, and where do you begin to change the landscape of your life after kids? I'll tell you the first thing I did, friend. I cried. After our youngest … Continue reading What Empty Nest and (Backyard) Construction Sites Have in Common
I'm so excited about what I've been preparing to share with you, friends, and so I thought I'd post a quick update for you. It's been quite a year of having to recover from broken bones, torn ligaments, and much-needed surgery for my knees. I've had a lot of time to consider my writing path … Continue reading Coming This Fall – A New Focus on Empty Nesters
Wow – I’m so grateful for this wonderful review of my new book, Acorn Gert and Brother Bert. Thank you so much Irene S. Roth!
This is a wonderful picture book for kids about how they can be great, regardless of how small they are in the beginning, by focusing on what is most important and by planting strong inner seeds. Then they can all grow into the person they were meant to be!
This is a book that will take the young reader on a reflective journey on how they can grow to be all that they were meant to be. We all start off small and miniscule in the grand scope of things. And we may all remain that way unless we all put our own marks on the world around us by becoming who we were truly meant to be. What a great message for kids!
We live in a culture when kids are encouraged to feel inadequate from…
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