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Starting Over

How To Begin Again

Beverly Willett | Posted 07.12.2016 | Fifty
Beverly Willett


Why Hitting Rock Bottom is the Best Thing That Will Ever Happen to You

Michelle Dempsey | Posted 07.06.2016 | Women
Michelle Dempsey

I look back on the last four years and I am amazed at all I have accomplished. Not because they were impossible feats, but because they were life events I never felt worth enough of achieving. Marriage. Motherhood. Business Success. A healthy relationship with my family. A badass relationship with myself.

The Success Key To Pressing Reset On Your Career

Stacia Pierce | Posted 07.05.2016 | Business
Stacia Pierce

Many employees find themselves stuck in a rut 5-7 years after joining the workforce. They stay put, often thinking that they must stick it out with the job where they started, like their parents did.

Trust The Timing Of Your Life

Lisa Schmidt | Posted 06.29.2016 | Women
Lisa Schmidt

Women often identify who they are by the labels and titles (roles) they have taken on. I consider myself a pretty strong woman and even I wandered in the "what the hell do I do now" desert for a while, when the identity I intended to have for a long while was gone.

How To Hex Your Ex

Tiffany Beverlin | Posted 05.24.2016 | Divorce
Tiffany Beverlin

If you follow my blogs you will know most of what I say is done with a dash of humor and a healthy side of sarcasm, I in no way advocate doing anythin...

Trusting After Major Heartbreak

Bonnie Koehn | Posted 04.18.2016 | Divorce
Bonnie Koehn

I went through two of these major disasters in a row; jumping into the second one to numb the pain of the first. When the dust settled on the second crash, I barely recognized myself. Before I could even consider trusting another person, I had to rebuild my belief in my own judgement. It's still a daily practice, trusting that I can and will choose wisely.

The Man That Got Away

Brett Longhi | Posted 04.13.2016 | Queer Voices
Brett Longhi

We meet someone we are completely infatuated with, we spend each waking moment with them, we see them naked, we see them drunk, you fight and then you make up. Then out of nowhere like a car that runs out of gasoline on the side of the road, it stops. It almost seems inevitable.

Everything Is Finished. Everything Is Beginning.

Cynthia Huggins | Posted 04.12.2016 | Education
Cynthia Huggins

Who am I now? That's still an open question for me, and I'm not someone who's especially comfortable with ambiguity. If this is a beginning, rather than an end, what is it that's beginning? And if other people no longer look at me and see the president, who do they see?

How My Gut Instincts Gave Me a Second Chance at a Good Life

Michelle Dempsey | Posted 04.08.2016 | Women
Michelle Dempsey

My friends back in New York often make remarks about how different I am now. I am different now, I needed to change. They mention how much happier I seem since I made my move, built a family, and began finding success in my dream career. I am happier, I deserve to be.

Rodney Walker, A Young Author and Entrepreneur, Shares his Story of Starting over Again

Steve Mariotti | Posted 04.07.2016 | Impact
Steve Mariotti

An Interview with Rodney Walker, author of A New Day One Whether through good or bad circumstances, some people have the opportunity to grow up...

Love Reunited: Our Second Chance at Love

Julie Spira | Posted 01.21.2016 | Divorce
Julie Spira

It started out as a real-life fairy tale. Boy meets girl. Girl meets boy. They stare at each other from across a crowded room and knew with all certainty they were "the one." With their hearts beating heavily, they fall in love at first sight, and ride off into the sunset together. Well, almost.

10 Rules That Badass Babes Live By

Pamela Madsen | Posted 12.08.2015 | Women
Pamela Madsen

Rule #1 You Don't Have to Know the Road Map Frankly, I can't read maps. Perhaps that's a good thing. I'm living proof that you don't have to be rea...

It Was Time to Break Up With My Therapist

Abby King | Posted 11.02.2015 | Women
Abby King

I broke up with my therapist today. I didn't have any idea I was going to end our 7-year relationship yet I walked in, sat down and told her I was o...

How to Talk Yourself Into Positive Self-Talk

Tamsen_Fadal | Posted 10.19.2015 | Healthy Living

Despite the fact that I built my career in front of the camera, I truly believe that if you don't have internal peace and happiness and come from a good place, your inner discontent will always come to the surface.

5 Life Lessons That Only Took Me 42 Years to Learn

Hilary Lauren | Posted 10.09.2015 | GPS for the Soul
Hilary Lauren

It's been a rocky 42 years, but I am pleased to report life seems to be turning itself around. It wasn't for a lack of trying, because I have always been a scrapper. Rather, it was for a lack of understanding.

My Love Letter To Failure

Janet Bertolus | Posted 09.28.2015 | Women
Janet Bertolus

Just uttering your name, Failure, can set a person's teeth on edge, but please don't take it personally. I'll give it to you straight. The reason you're not welcome in our lives is because we're all terrified that when you show up you'll get comfortable, and never leave.

Life Transitions: The Only Way Out Is Through

Reena Nagrani | Posted 09.17.2015 | Divorce
Reena Nagrani

Here I am, at yet another open door in my life, lingering at the threshold again. But this time around, I know better. I know that when life moves, it does so for me. Like an invisible hand, a guiding force greater than myself, and a loving one, at that. One that wants every single one of us to live in joy.

Breaking a Leg and Having Your Show Go On

Kay Tacke Morse | Posted 09.15.2015 | Healthy Living
Kay Tacke Morse

I feel quite lucky to have slipped down the stairs, in my last act. I may not have had the story redevelop as it has, with out that break. The fall encouraged my awareness that the show must go on, with a proper script. We get to write, produce, direct and perform on this stage, this life, we have been cast for.

How to Leave Your Job... Correctly

Moni Oyedepo | Posted 08.28.2015 | GPS for the Soul
Moni Oyedepo

There comes a point (or 15) in your career that you decide to move on from your current position/employer/industry. Hopefully when this time comes you...

Alone, But Not Lonely

Tamsen_Fadal | Posted 07.20.2016 | Women

Who wants to be alone? My dad's words made no sense to me at the time. The idea of walking into a restaurant and saying to the hostess "Just one, please" is daunting, terrifying, and depressing. Movies alone. Shopping alone. Entire weekends alone. It all just sounds and feels terrible. Bleak. Until it doesn't.

How I Learned To Fall Back In Love With Myself

Tamsen_Fadal | Posted 07.03.2016 | Divorce

I remember when I had to learn to say "I" instead of "we," and how far I have come since then. It took time to start liking myself again and eventually love myself. Along the way, I have learned quite a few lessons about how to move onto the next chapter of your life and love yourself again.

How to Find Your Motivation Again: The Importance of 'Persisting' Rather Than 'Starting Over'

Eva Barros Campelli | Posted 06.01.2016 | Healthy Living
Eva Barros Campelli

Persisting means to grow up in a very long path, which is made of so many attempts, big mistakes and little successes. It means constantly training to achieve perfection without having to be perfect in everyday life. It means reaching a productive harmony rather than an unsustainable, counterproductive perfection.

Dump the Baggage: Make Room for Possibility

Liesl Testwuide | Posted 05.18.2016 | Divorce
Liesl Testwuide

Recently on my way home from New York, I was cursing myself for oversleeping and getting a late start to the airport. I'm a procrastinator and hate mornings -- a bad combination for early departures.

Recognizing the Strength of Vulnerability in New Beginnings

Alaina Baker | Posted 05.11.2016 | Impact
Alaina Baker

The truth is, though, you have to let go of everything you were in order to become who you will be.

Starting Over At 35

Melissa Hughes | Posted 05.05.2016 | Women
Melissa Hughes

On the outside, my life at 35 looked great -- a promising career, a doting partner, an elegant home, things, vacations, a big engagement ring, money in the bank.There was just one problem: I wasn't happy.