Fall is in the air, and you know what that means…
No, I am not going to say Pumpkin Spice lattes.
Or pumpkin spice deodorant. Or pumpkin spice bologna. That’s not how we roll here.
Just say no. Image via WordPress.
Here at Surviving Your Split, the fall means a time to start really enjoying yourself, the things around you, and all the great stuff going on in your life that are easy to overlook. I like to this of this time as preventive care before the holidays (ugh, I know), and a time to focus on how far you’ve come.
It’s hard to do that sometimes. I get it. You may be in the middle of a shitty divorce, or recovering from the fall-out of one. Regardless of where you are in the proces, it’s imperative that you remember to take care of yourself and protect yourself not only financially, but also emotionally. Because it’s hard to move on when you’re feeling awful.
Fear not, friends!
I have something I want to share with you that you may have missed. Last year, I had a few fantastic conversations with the fabulous Margaret Manning at Sixty and Me where we talk about taking care of yourself and moving on. While the topic is focused on what women over 60 can do, the advice is just as applicable and important for anybody navigating or recovery from divorce.
Check out the first fabulous video here!
And if you’re looking for a quick pick-me-up on fun and easy ways to move on, take look at this video.
I promise these videos are as helfpul as they are fun.
Next time, we going to continue exploring the themes of putting yourself first and taking care of yourself. In the meantime though,
I’d love to hear from you! So when you have a second, email me and let me know how you’re doing or if there’s anything I can help you with.
Oh, and if you and I haven’t talked on the phone yet and you wouldn’t mind if I pick your brain for a short phone call or Skype, email me so we can set something up. I love hearing from you and learning how I can help you.
There’s a lot of great stuff coming in the fall that I can’t wait to share with you. So until next time, have a great weekend, and remember to take care of yourselves, friends! You deserve it.
PS—If you have friends or family who could use some love when it comes to moving on after divorce, forward this email. Sharing is caring. XOXO!