Once you arrive at a page in your book where you embrace difficult times that transpired in life, you begin to gain clarity. It’s essential to accept the pain and let it transform you. If you set it free instead … Continue reading Let Pain Transform You
When we’re in school, report cards are provided perodically. A grade is assigned to indicate progress. Restaurants, famed chefs, hotels and others wait impatiently while reviews and stars are handed out. Authors go through a similar process with exceptions. Writing … Continue reading The Wait is Over!
The About Me section of AW provides a brief summary of the woman behind the scenes. Rather, than give you with an updated summary, I thought answering some common questions will help readers get a better picture of the author … Continue reading Sneak Peek at the Woman Behind AW
The word “divorce” is often perceived as a bad word by participants and outsiders alike. It evokes negative emotions that can brew the most awful stew. The anger, resentment and loneliness create a recipe for disaster. If you understand this wicked … Continue reading 3 Must Haves For Successful Co-Parenting
Dear AW Readers, I hope this note finds you well. Thank you so much for reading the Awakened-Woman blog. Hopefully, you’re enjoying the site’s new look. Your notes have been amazing. I’m filled with gratitude to have the chance to … Continue reading Special Invitation for You
My mother has always said, money and love don’t mix. Not only did she make a valid point. This advice saved me a few times. I’ve made my share of financial mistakes but damage control is possible. Recovery time is … Continue reading How to Wear a Luxury Handbag and Perfect Pair of Shoes Minus the Empty Wallet
Follow these steps to help ease the financial transition in a divorce. Divorce is one of those situations that comes highly charged with emotion. Let’s face it. It, can get downright volatile. A separation can be emotionally and financially grueling for … Continue reading 3 Ways To Avoid A Financial Tsunami in A Divorce
“Money often costs too much” -Ralph Waldo Emerson We humans have deep rooted primordial survival instincts: to protect our young and to protect our ‘stuff’. It’s not shocking to read that money is often touted as one of the leading … Continue reading 3 Key Steps to Better Manage Finances Post-Divorce