Emotional Health

5 Thoughts on Aging Beautifully

Midlife Women Over 40

Download my Aging Manifesto! It’s talked about as “middle age”, but who am I fooling? Maybe I’ll live to be 100, but “middle” is much easier to hear than “closer to the end.” Aging is something I’ve decided to make peace with, and I hope these pointers will help you do the same. Sadly, I’ve […]

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5 Tiny Things You Must Own This Spring

Spring Pick Me Ups

Spring is a time of awaking, and rebirth, but also of more to do than there is time in the day.  In the midst of the busyness, I hope you take some time to notice the little things that bring you joy.  Here’s a list of 5 tiny things I’m delighted with  Maybe some of […]

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Why You Should Write Your Kid a Letter Right Now

Communicate with your young adults

During our recent downsizing, I came face to face with our family odds and ends.  I relentlessly paired down my children’s craft projects and school papers, but there was one category I just couldn’t bring myself to part with. Precious memories of hours spent reading washed over me as I poured through box after box […]

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The Story Behind Skip to My Life

Launching children can be an overwhelming and emotional process, one that threatens to derail even the best of us. Here’s a plan to get to the other side of this season by rediscovering our purpose and breaking the overwhelm into small, joy-filled steps.

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Mind-blowing Bullet Journal Tips for Empty Nesters

When my daughter introduced me to the idea of bullet journaling, my initial response was- um, no.  She and her friend poured over the cute, dotted pages for hours on end, creating mood boards and calendars worthy of a gallery.  I simply didn’t have the time. Now that I’m an empty nester, I’ve revisited the […]

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