It’s A New Year! Choosing to Forgive

“Holding on to anger, resentment and hurt only gives you tense muscles, a headache and a sore jaw from clenching your teeth. Forgiveness gives you back the laughter and the lightness in your life”. Joan Lunden   We all have those days when we’re clenching our teeth. Sometimes it’s hard to forgive and find our […]

Becoming Aware of Your Attitude

Happy New Year! Christmas is well and truly over and the only trace still looming reluctantly in the background is that unwanted Christmas gift, the decorations, the tree and the lights. In our home, we put up two trees, one slimline unthreatening fully decorated pop up one. My daughters hated it. They moaned and moaned […]

Inexpensive Last Minute Christmas Present Ideas

In the run-up to Christmas, you have Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Manic Monday and all kinds of other activities committed to either make you miserable because you cannot afford to buy what’s on offer or distract you and move you off course regarding your financial life goals for your new reality after a life-changing traumatic […]

Starting A New Career After Divorce

Starting a new career after a divorce can seem intimidating or just like one more change, but it may be just the change you were needing. You may not have been fortunate enough or even opportuned to choose the right career from the beginning. You finished school, perhaps you went straight into work or perhaps, […]

Reinventing You: Taking Inventory and Creating New Habits

    Hi guys, I hope you have had a good week since we last touched base and even if you haven’t, please don’t despair, it is a new day and a new dawn full of new opportunities, brrrrreathe and let that sink in for a moment. Talking about being a new day and a […]

Tips To Increase Your Mental Focus In The Workplace

We all have 24 hours in the day, and sometimes that just isn’t enough. I completely understand that feeling, I can’t even begin to tell you how many times I lay in bed at night just wishing for two more hours in a day to get all everything done I need to. To be completely […]

3 Steps to Creating New Habits

“Your beliefs become your thoughts, Your thoughts become your words, Your words become your actions, Your actions become your habits, Your habits become your values, Your values become your destiny.” Mahatma Gandhi   When there are big changes in our lives, we often feel the need to change our habits too as well as the […]

The Advantages Mental Focus In Your Day to Day Life

Mental focus is the one of the most important skills we all need when it comes to being successful. Mental focus is pivotal in helping you and I and the whole world and it’s brother  to move forward. It helps us to reach our goals, no matter what they are. We have all been there, […]

6 Tips To Help Your Children Through Your Divorce

  Going through a divorce can often be an emotional time for the two adults ending the relationship. Take it from me, I know! An emotional roller coaster is an understatement, I thought my heart was being ripped out when I rode on that traumatic ride called divorce many years ago.  And if like me […]


The Secret to Building up Your Dating Confidence After Divorce Or Relationship Breakup

Maybe you’re confident in most situations, but dating makes you nervous. Some jitters are natural when you’re wondering if someone will like you, and hoping to develop a meaningful relationship. On the other hand, you may need to become more assured if you want a happy love life. Confidence is actually more important than good […]


15 Tips for Letting Go of Anger And Moving On

Anger is one of the more common emotions that you feel after divorce or relationship breakup. It’s also one of the most damaging. Anger can ruin relationships with your friends and family or your ex, especially if you have children together and need to come to an agreement regarding a co-parenting plan. It can also […]


How To Accept Responsibility for Your Life and Regain Control After Divorce Or Relationship Breakup

There’s a comfort that comes from having an excuse for your challenges in life. Whether you can blame your issues on bad divorce or breakup, a boss that hates you, or the universe in general, it’s soothing to have an excuse. However, that excuse has a cost. By putting the blame and responsibility outside yourself, […]

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How to Be True to Yourself After Divorce or Relationship Breakup

There’s no one out there who knows you better than you know yourself! Your likes, dislikes, and indifferences should be more apparent to you than to anyone else. However, you may find it hard sometimes to really commit to what you know about yourself. Being true to yourself requires a lifetime of work. Life throws […]

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How To Overcome Limiting Beliefs After Divorce Or Relationship Breakdown

Here in London, it’s hot hot hot – finally. I hope you are enjoying the weather if it is Summer wherever you are around the world and you are doing all you can to keep yourself cool and hydrated. If you have been following my posts this week you’ll know that our inspirational area for […]


International Coaching Week May 15-21 2017 – The Benefits of Coaching

I trust you had a wonderful weekend and pampering Mother’s day, especially the mums amongst us and those that have had to assume motherhood nurturing responsibility in the USA, parts of Europe and other parts of the world. Here in the UK we celebrated Mother’s day way back in March but many of us joined […]

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Believe and Live Again Breakup Recovery Strategies! How to Benefit and Move Forward From a Bad Decision

They say that the more mistakes you make, the more successful you become. That might be true, but it is also true that when you are going through a breakup or divorce you can often make very rash and unwise decisions based on your emotional state. Please don’t beat yourself up over this, cut yourself […]

Keeping it together during a break up! How to Repair Your Professional Relationships in 7 Simple Steps

The busy quintessential female professional, business woman, female entrepreneur or woman of faith often feels constrained to wear a mask in order to hide her vulnerabilities and maintain an appearance of strength and focus in the professional world, market place or ministry in which she finds herself. All over the world, women who are at […]

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Real Live Stories From Across The World: Single Parenting – Triggers by Franchesca A Pinamang

I have the wonderful pleasure to introduce my guest blogger Franchesca A Pinamang for this week, for our Real Live Stories From Across The World articles about single parenting. She is a truly inspirational, strong, beautiful, smart and warm hearted, resilient young woman, who successfully balances her life as a single mother, her job, as […]

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Reentering the Dating Game – 9 Common Conversation Killers You need to Avoid at all Costs

Research has shown that people with outstanding conversational skills are more successful in life, this could be in your career no matter the industry, in networking event, in your business and even in the dating game. Yes, I have said it…..that scary daunting feat….the dating game. If you have now fully healed from your breakup […]

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Are You Keeping Relationship Secrets From Your Spouse Or Partner

As many of you may know among the many hats I wear, I am a divorce recovery coach and reinvention strategist working with women during and after the trauma of divorce and unpacking all that the journey entails. What you may not know is that I also work with couples who may be on the […]


How to Deal with Loneliness after Divorce

If you don’t know how to deal with loneliness after you have suffered a traumatic divorce or relationship breakup, I want you to know there is hope, yes! there is hope. Regardless of the circumstances, the “who” or “what” was at fault, ditch the blame game now; now it is all about you. Yes, you: […]

15 Wonderful Ways to Show Yourself Love Everyday​

This is the season of love, Valentine’s Day is here, red hearts, red roses, red teddy bears as the scent of heart shaped bath bombs are wading through the air and you might be thinking to yourself who is going to be my valentine? Who is going to take me out for a meal, sweep […]

How to keep your Business or Career On Track and Increase your Profit Margins in 2017, during or after a Divorce or a Relationship Breakdown

It is a new year and as the owner of a small business or perhaps as a high flying professional on the way to the top of your game, you cannot afford to let relationship problems destroy all that you have worked so hard for. You are responsible for your own income, especially now as […]

Why Is Self-Awareness Important Part Of Your Healing Process After Divorce?

The journey of finding your inner peace after divorce or relationship breakdown is a long process for most people. Its an everyday struggle and having a clear understanding of your strengths, weaknesses and beliefs is a major step to a clear path to your healing after an emotional trauma. When you learn how to become […]

A Single Parent’s Guide to Easing the Stress of Moving with Children

Moving can be tough on children. A recent study found that kids who move frequently have fewer close friendships and lower life satisfaction as adults. Fortunately, parents can help ease the transition. That’s important because census data shows that more families are moving again. Migration is up after a few years when the recession kept […]

Top 10 Life Lessons To Teach Your Child

The best time to learn life lessons is in childhood, before poor habits are developed. There are many things that you may want your kid to know and learn. It still amazes me how little time we as parents have to impart valuable life lessons to prepare our kids for the real world. And oh my, do […]

The Top 5 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Changing Your Life After Divorce

If you live in the UK, like I do, you will probably be exclaiming like me “What a week we have had, our weather has been totally phenomenal, especially for September”. The sun has been shining and it has been hot, hot, hot. I even got sunburnt on my forehead, no laughing please… this is […]

Real Live Stories From Across The World: Single Parenting – One Day At a Time by Oyin Kalejaiye

Hi guys, This is Zina here, the Divorce Reinvention Queen. I hope you have had a wonderful Summer and are slowly winding down back into reality, especially if you happen to be a parent and your children have finally gone back to school, college or university or will be doing so soon. I am breathing […]

Why Developing a Believe and Live Again Sense of Humour after Divorce or a Breakup Is Crucial To Your Recovery?

If you’re interested in enhancing your health, brain, social life and mood so that you are really able to recover and believe and live again after the divorce or breakup, try laughing more. Please forgive me if you feel I am being insensitive. I can literally hear you retort, Zina are you for real, after […]

Autumn’s calling: How to Prepare for the Season’s Shift

Here in the UK, if the truth be told, we have had an amazing scorcher of a Summer and even though the leaves are slowly beginning to change colour and fall to the ground and the evening darkness is sneakily approaching earlier, we still have a lot of the summer left. It is warm, muggy […]

How To Establish New Personal Boundaries After Divorce

I know firsthand after my own experience that establishing or setting new personal boundaries are extremely powerful and important especially after a divorce or relationship break up for several reasons. Firstly they serve as barriers to protect your self-esteem. They are also tools for establishing limits with others and communicating that you won’t tolerate certain […]

10 Techniques That Build Confidence and Self-Esteem in Your Children

It has been said that we spend the last 50 years of our lives recovering from the first 18. Our childhood experiences heavily influence our level of confidence and self-esteem. While these qualities can be increased later in life, it’s much easier to get our children off on the right foot. Avoiding damage is easier […]

The Busy “BALA” Professional Woman Series: How to Make Friends Outside Your Typical Professional Environment

You may be like me where you wear many hats in your professional life, Project Management Consultant, Radio Show Host, Lawyer, Divorce Recovery Coach, Youth Mentor, Single Mum, Anti Domestic Violence Campaigner, Minister of the Gospel, Entrepreneur, bla di bla di bla…..yes! sometimes I can’t even catch up with myself or maybe you wear just […]

How to Give Yourself a Summer Mental Makeover

The summer is truly here, and although you might take great care of your body, you may not have given much thought to your mental self. If you are in the UK, you might be preoccupied with the recent Brexit/Remain EU Referendum result and all the potential consequences of that and I get that what […]

Help! I am Divorcing My Best Friend – Tips to help you get through the pain

Today’s blog is really in response to an anguished letter I received recently via the  “Contacts” page on my site. There are really many facets of divorce. Not every marriage that ends in divorce is because there was adultery, abuse or unreasonable behaviour. So I am writing this for those of you who may feel confused and […]

How to Experience The Joy of Living on Purpose With a Life Mission Statement

Do you have a mission for your life? Crafting a mission statement will allow you to live more purposefully. The creation of a mission statement requires that you define your strengths, interests, and values. Once these are known and documented, life becomes much easier and more fulfilling. You simply have to ask yourself, “Am I […]

How To Silence Your Inner Critic After Divorce

We all carry around a critic that appears to be focused on making us miserable. Life is simpler and more enjoyable if you can silence your inner critic. If you spend some time and really listen to this critic, you’ll be amazed by what you hear. You’ve never known anyone so negative or so odd. […]

5 Tips for Never Giving Up

  Obstacles are a fact of life. Things are always getting in your way, pushing you back and challenging you until you either give up or break through the barrier. Think of a tiny little seed, buried deep into the dirt. The seed has to fight its way towards the light, battling other plants for […]

Don’t Let Divorce Damage Your Health

Mental Health Awareness Week is taking place this year between the 16th-22nd May with the primary theme being relationships. It is a well-documented and proven fact that divorce is an extremely difficult process and can take its toll on your health causing stress, anxiety and depression. It is for this reason that it is important […]

How to Make the Most of the Summer Holidays as a Divorced Parent

Sun, sand, sea, lazy days, fun days, fresh air and freedom; summer and everything that comes with it is fantastic. We love summer! In the UK we never seem to get much of one and so we love to go all out and make the most of it while it lasts. But, as much as […]

Enjoy Summer and Make Your Divorce Less Painful

Summer is finally here! Besides the scattering of rain showers (we are still in England after all) the sun is definitely shining more and more and its effect can be seen everywhere. You might have already noticed flowers starting to bloom, baby animals being born, leaves on the trees and a pleasant fragrance in the […]

What Not to Say to Your Divorced Friend

Friends are so important! The Oxford dictionary defines friendship as “a person with whom one has a bond of mutual affection.” But I believe that a true friend is so much more! Friends are so important to your life. They’ll be honest, caring, loving and reliable – all because they cherish your friendship. When going […]

14 Practical Ways to Enhance Yourself After Divorce

You probably worry about improving your finances and your landscaping, but do you ever give time and attention to improving yourself? Are you as knowledgeable, capable, and healthy as you can possibly be? Time spent on self-development is never wasted. Since time is limited, it’s essential that you spend that time wisely. Enhance yourself and […]

Tips for a Smooth Divorce and Recovery from Domestic Violence

  Divorce is always portrayed as one of the most difficult things that you will go through and it’s true that divorce is a hard and rarely a pleasant experience. It’s a challenging time for everyone. It can make you and those around you feel angry, upset, guilty and tired and can be even worse […]

Re-Discover the World after Your Divorce

Last week I taught you how to celebrate Mother’s Day after your divorce. Today, I want to extend upon that lesson by showing you how to celebrate your life each and every day. Now is the time to realise that your happiness does not depend upon another person. It is possible to be happy in […]

Celebrate Mother’s Day as a Single Parent After Your Divorce

After discussing a very difficult topic last week I decided to focus on all things positive in today’s article as we approach Mother’s Day! Did you know that 90% of divorced mothers have custody of their children (even if they did not receive it in court)? Wow! That’s a lot of single mothers in the […]

How to Re-Cover from Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is never okay! It’s a fact! No matter what happens and no matter how much you think you love someone, if they physically or mentally abuse you, don’t stand for it. Don’t take it. Get out and leave! “1 in 3 women worldwide suffer some sort of domestic violence, be that mental, physical […]

Why You Need a Divorce Recovery and Lifestyle Coach

As the image above shows, your Divorce Recovery and Lifestyle Coach is like your own personal cheerleader; someone who’s willing you to get back on your feet after your world has caved in around you and someone who will support you by helping you to build the foundations for your new life post-divorce. Last week […]

How and Why You Should Love yourself this Valentine’s Day and Beyond

This Valentine’s Day, in addition to a quick video I recorded especially for you, I want to teach all of us lovely ladies who have suffered bad relationships, break-ups or divorce to F.L.Y! “F.L.Y – First Love Yourself, Others Will Come Next” The truth to any lasting happiness is to love yourself, and what better […]

Don’t be Ashamed of Your Divorce

Romans 8:1, “There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus…” Some relationships work and some don’t. The reasons behind the breakups can be singular or multiple, they can be felt by one person or by both and whether you were the one to end the relationship or not there might […]

Put Your Divorce Behind You in the New Year

January has always been the time for new beginnings and fresh starts, so what better time to put your divorce or relationship break up behind you and turn over a new leaf? If your recent divorce is still having an effect on your life or if you’ve made the decision to end your relationship in […]

Stop Yourself from Wallowing In Anger after Your Divorce

Welcome to 2016! Christmas 2015 seems so far in the distant past. All the same I hope that you all had a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. I know there is a lot of pressure to start the New Year happy, with everyone making New Year Resolutions to change themselves and to be […]

How to Handle Divorce After 60

Although divorce rates have been falling over recent years, the number of divorced couples over the age of 60 has seen a rapid increase since the 1990’s. One of the primary reasons for this is peer pressure. During the 50’s and 60’s many people were marrying young as the fashion was to get married and […]

How to Celebrate the Holidays (Without Your Children) After Divorce

When going through your divorce you might not give much thought to the holidays but, with the holiday season fast approaching, it can be a scary time for if it’s your ex-partner’s turn to have the children, especially if you’ve always spent the holidays together. I’m not going to lie to you. It’s not easy, […]

Coping With Divorce at Work

It may seem like the last thing that you’d want to do, but talking to your boss and your co-workers about your divorce can actually help you to get through it and at the very least it might make some things easier to manage. I’m not saying that you should publically announce your divorce to […]

Coping with Split Custody after Divorce

A divorce is hard on everyone, but none so much as your children. You might not see it but children will feel extremely anxious and hurt by a divorce. Many children go on to believe that the divorce was their fault or that they now need to choose which parent to live with. I know […]

Creating a Positive Home Environment after Your Divorce

A breakup, let alone a divorce can shock you to your core. Suddenly, everything that felt comfortable and certain is in tatters and your world is left feeling upside down and out of control. Now is a great time to reassess your life and take back control of who you are. The best place to […]

Learning to Trust Again After Your Divorce

When you’ve suffered through a long and painful divorce, the idea of trusting someone again can seem like the last thing you want to do. It’s natural to expect the worst from everyone, especially if you’ve been treated badly in a relationship. Don’t worry, with a little positive thinking and persistence you can learn to […]

Choosing Your New Career Path after Your Divorce

There are so many reasons why you should choose a new career after your divorce, these are just a few of the most common: Your husband didn’t allow you work. You need a higher paying salary to take care of your home and children. You need the independence. You need a career that makes you […]

The Importance of Relaxation – Working through the 5 R’s

It’s often said that a little stress is good for you. It gets the heart pumping, drives adrenaline around your system and helps you to achieve more in a day. Prolonged stress however, such as that associated with going through a divorce, can be all too much for a person to handle; which is why […]

How To Recover from a Divorce or Relationship Breakup FAST! with 3 Little-Known (But Surprisingly Effective) Divorce Recovery Tips

It happened. Maybe it came out of the blue, and was totally unexpected. Or perhaps you saw this coming for a long time and dreaded this day. In any case, your relationship is officially over. You may have filed the papers, or he might have. No matter what the situation, one thing is certain… divorce can […]

How to Best Deal with Negative Emotions After a Divorce or Relationship Breakup

As if dealing with the divorce process is not hard enough, there are negative emotions that you still have to cope with during and after a divorce. I've been there, done that. In fact, although now long ago, at the time, the emotional rollercoaster nearly drove me mad. There is just no easy way to describe it. […]

Tips on how to manage toxic friends and family after divorce or relationship breakdowns

Hey Guys, I hope you are having a great Saturday wherever you are in the world.. Just thought I'd put this out there…. If you are reading this and you are now single, expect that some friends and/or family members may disappoint you…and I am talking from personal experience as well as the aggregated experience […]

Feeling Depressed? Tips to Help You Cope with Divorce Effectively

It's quite normal for us to feel depressed after the end of a marriage. After all, we all need to grieve over what we have lost. Can you imagine saying goodbye to someone you promised to love until death separates you, but only to have that shattered earlier than you ever anticipated…your happily ever after […]

Parenting after Divorce: Tips on How to Raise Happy Kids on Your Own as a Single Parent

If you are anything like me, you probably detest the label "single parent" and the stereotypes it throw up.  However, following an ugly divorce, co-parenting could be the last thing on your mind. If it had been impossible to be civil with your spouse while you were still married,  as well as throughout the legal […]

Celebrating International Child-Centered Divorce Month and Why I Support Them

Powered by Cincopa Video Hosting. As one of the passionate supporters of International Child-Centered Divorce Month, I have teamed up with the Alternative Divorce Guide's Suzy Miller and her team of experts on the to help as many parents and children as possible to navigate through what can often be an extremely confusing, painful […]

Is Divorce A Better Option Than Staying Unhappily Married?

                As a woman of faith, my starting point will always be that “God hates Divorce” and all the feelings of guilt, shame, self blame, regret, the sadness that go with it whenever I allow them to seep through. Thankfully, this happens very rarely now as the years […]

New Program for Divorced Parents Offering Solution to the Alarming Conflict Epidemic that is Affecting the Children- Dr. Dee Adio-Moses and Joanie Winberg Collaborating

Atlanta.GA (PRWEB) September 27, 2012 The serious epidemic of the Conflict of Divorced Parents cannot be ignored anymore in the world and specifically in United States because it is Effecting the Next Generation. Dr. Dee Adio-Moses Founder, CEO. Better Than Ever After Divorce (BTEAD) and Joanie Winberg, Founder, CEO.National Association of Divorce for Women and […]

BELIEVE AND LIVE AGAIN – 15 Tips to Help Your Successful Transition Into A Single Parent

1. Tell your children the truth, with simple explanations. Tell them where the other parent is. 2. Try your utmost, and I know this may be difficult, to refrain from bringing up grievances or speaking derogatorily about the other parent to or in front of your children. 3. Don't discuss financial, legal or other disputes […]

Divorce Support Center Announces Survive and Thrive After Divorce Boot Camp for Men and Women

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 23, 2013 As a Divorce Mentor and CEO of the National Association of Divorce for Women and Children, and expert contributor at the Divorce Support Center, Joanie Winberg hears many of the following questions from her clients after divorce: “Now what?” “Will I ever get my life back?” “Will I […]

The Perfect Divorce Toolkit

The Perfect Divorce Toolkit – now wouldn’t that be something, especially the chocolates – oh yummy 🙂 Today’s serving is taken from  the Huffington Post Divorce Blog written by Paula H. Noe and Betsy Ross, co-founders of  and also co-writers for the Huffington Post Divorce Blog. Enjoy! Emma marched into her office, sat herself down and said […]

Divorce Recovery and Your Hidden Strengths: Part 1

Today’s Blog has been contributed by my very good friend and colleague across the Atlantic, Dr Jerald Young.  He is an expert on Resistance to Change and Divorce Recovery. Sit back, Relax and be prepared to be encouraged and inspired to move forward into your Believe and Live Again Post Divorce Lifestyle with passion, purpose […]

Help! I am going through a divorce – Big Challenges: Will our children understand?

I am often asked this or a variable of  the question during my group coaching sessions. Another very common question is “How do I (We) explain our relationship breakdown to our kids? Especially as research has told us that children of divorce can end up being disillusioned, confused, feel as it it was all their fault, can […]


I’m sure most of you (over the age of 25!) know that the title of this post is from the 1970’s romantic drama “Love Story” starring Ryan O’Neal and Ali McGraw. I love this film; it’s so romantic and always brings a tear to my eye every time I watch it. That quote has become […]


  Women entrepreneurs are fantastic. We’re driven. Tenacious. Resilient. Inspiring. Creative. Innovative. I could go on and on and on.  And I’m not just saying all of these because I am one – millions of women across the world are shattering archaic gender stereotypes and paving the way for more women to stand up and […]

Chasing a Creature More Mythical than the Loch Ness Monster – The Elusive Work/Home Life Balance!

As a full-time mum and entrepreneur it’s often difficult for me to balance my duties as a mother and my commitment to my businesses. Like most people, I often feel like there’s not enough time in the day and struggle to reconcile simple household tasks with things I need to do to progress my business. […]

How I Manage Fulfilling My Role as a Co-Parent With an Ex I Barely Speak To

With my lovely Christmas 2012 experience with my kids now a distant memory, and the New Year well and truly in progress, I’ve come back to my reality as a single mother with a crash, bang and a wallop: Breaking News Guys – EVERYTHING COSTS MONEY!! We’re in a recession so serious, that supermarkets and […]


Unforgiveness and bitterness today blocks all channels to our greater tomorrow; therefore no matter how hard it may be – Now is the time to forget about whatever pain and anguish you have experienced in the past and move on ahead. There’s nothing you have had to go through, whether abuse, rejection or unfaithfulness, that […]

The Single Parent Game…there are no losers or winners

  Just so you know, playing the single parenting card against your ex will always result in a loser….your child. Now isn’t that a sobering thought. If you are a single parent like me, today’s blog entry may sting a bit or touch areas that are still unhealed wounds and unresolved. If it stings, just […]

Believe and Live Again – The Emotional Roller Coaster that is Divorce

Hi Guys, Just in case you may have forgotten, you are wonderful, irrepressible, indomitable and unforgettable Believe and Live Again Divas. I hope you all had a wonderful Easter, I sure did. I have been reflecting over the past couple of days on how best to add value to all of you wonderful people out […]

Coca Cola and Ice

I had a really restful day today. No cooking, no shopping, no endless chats on the phone, no FB and no twitter, just the occasional loud scream to my daughters… “Take those words back right now or can you leave your sister alone” Other than that it has been just Peace, Perfect Peace in my […]

Divorced!!! Welcome to Your Resurrected Life

Today all through Christendom, Good Friday was commemorated, marking the day Jesus died on the cross. But as we all know, Christians and Non Christians alike, three days later Jesus rose again from the dead on the third day – the resurrection – which is now known worldwide as Easter Sunday. Your marriage or long […]

May Your Past Lose YOU and Let YOU Go

May Your Past Lose You and Let You Go As successful and well accomplished female professionals, business women and female entrepreneurs in our chosen endeavours, we often come across as self assured, hard and uber confident. We are often seen as formidable opponents in and out of the board rooms, in business and as fierce […]

Somewhere Over That Rainbow

Somewhere over the rainbow- skies are blue and the dreams that you dare to dream really do come true Someday I’ll wish upon a star and wake up where the clouds are far behind me Where troubles melt like lemon drops away above the chimney tops that’s where you’ll find me Yes, you might be […]

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