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.
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Our coaching opens a safe, brave space for uncovering your hidden strength and options. We’ll re-visit your past (what was). And, discover surprises (what’s new). This creates change (what’s now).
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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.
The eponymous New York newspaperman Pete Hamill also teaches at NYU’s journalism department. He visited with my class and shared tons of wisdom about life and writing.