A Few Things I Have Learned About Becoming a Grandparent Congratulations on becoming a grandparent! There is nothing more fulfilling, in my opinion. I have said before how they brighten any day – how they can distract you from the ups and downs of life. It is so true. And grandchildren are all yours to love, play [...]
Work From Home in an Organized Workspace Whether Remote or Occasional If you are working from home, you are lucky! You may not even realize the opportunity you have to customize your workspace at home. Of course, recent TV shows, HGTV, and social media have revealed the goal for home offices. But those may be [...]
Walking out onto the warm sand, I sink my toes in and cherish the moment. I won't waste a single moment of this bliss.
Parenting adult children can be a joy and a challenge! My kids will get hurt, they will fall down, but I will be there to pick them up and always love them. It is no longer my job to discipline.
How can I learn a new skill when my brain is supersaturated? What does that mean anyhow? As an over 40 empty nester, am I somehow diminished in my capacity to learn?
Not ready for the Denny’s Early Bird Special days, I began researching the Tampa Bay area for fun and active things to do. Oh boy, what did I get myself into! With so many things to explore, there is no way I could list them all. Empty Nesters take a look!
When asked your favorite distraction when life gets you down, what comes to your mind? There is only one answer for me...
I feel the best way to empty-nest is "like a boss", wouldn't you agree? My goal is to help as many as I can enter into this next phase in life without the depression so often accompanying the empty nest.
Let us explore the difference between empty nesting and empty-nest syndrome and start thinking about what you can do to avoid it.
My heart is prompted to write about my empty nesting fears during this global pandemic. Since the kids all went their separate ways, in fact, I have wondered who I could be other than Mom. I admit, it's a daunting thought and I have another half of my life to live!