With Valentine’s Day approaching, if you’re single and in search of love, it can seem like an impending difficult day. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
The holiday season can bring plenty of wonderful cheer as well as some unwelcomed stress. We’ve curated this list of holiday gifts for the midlife women in your life to make your shopping search easier. And maybe you’ll want to get something special for yourself too?
With the pandemic still underway, a springtime staycation is a fabulous way to refresh and rejuvenate. Treat yourself to an experience of renewal, nurturing and growth. What might a staycation of your own design include? Here are some suggestions.
To receive the love you’re seeking, you must first be in love with you. Self-love is more than just taking care of your appearance. It’s about taking care of your emotional, mental, spiritual, and physical health. Self-love makes you stronger, healthier, and opens up new possibilities. Here are tips for how to accept and love yourself fully. Remember, love begins with you!
Recent months have unleashed an unanticipated wave of stress, uncertainty, and outrage. Your body yearns for your attention, compassion and touch to help her cope and rejuvenate. She’s tired of being abandoned. It’s time to take care of you.
A silver lining of the pandemic is the special gift of time to simply focus on what matters. Use some of this time to talk to your body, asking her and giving her what she needs, so you can re-emerge from quarantine with self-love and connection.
Negative thinking can ruin relationships, bring you down and close you off to love. Here are five things to do to change your mindset and maintain a healthy, positive attitude.
ASK A COACH: All of 2018 has been chaotic for me. I haven’t had time for myself, never mind dating. I want a fresh start to the New Year. How do I do this?
There is nothing more appealing than a woman who honors herself, who embodies enoughness.
Being single should not be viewed negatively. In fact, there are many benefits to being single.
ASK A COACH: My days are busy. I’ve got a demanding job and a young daughter. I feel like I’m running all the time, but I don’t want to show up at a date all stressed. What are a few things I can do that will help me take it down a few notches before a first date? – Anne