Shoveling snow has always been an emotional challenge. It makes me feel pathetically single and man-less. But I’m growing up and learning to cope. Here are my how-to shoveling tips.
If you’ve got decisions to make, your own words might offer the best advice. Your words are a source of power, insight and confidence for your badass self. My free, nine-page writing workbook can help you see yourself in a fresh, creative light. Even reading through the pages might spark new ideas. For sure, you can avoid the mistakes that wrecked me — until writing saved my life.
I’m looking for something, mucking around in my feelings and the things I need to do — and be. Thank goodness for the people and cats who make up my community and keep me sane.
I can’t believe it but I’ve managed to blog faithfully for a whole year. How thrilling to hit my one-year anniversary!
My daughter and I spent Thanksgiving at the Bowery Mission, feeding the homeless. It was hard, inspiring work that got us beyond our comfort zone.
It’s hard to be single during the holidays. I have a tough time this Christmas. But somehow I survived and learned a few things about myself.
I’ve always enjoyed quilting but this one was extra special. Made a beautiful comforter for my single woman bed. Happy to snuggle alone in it.