My Vision

I must say I had difficulty coming up with a topic for this month’s post. And, I find myself writing at the last minute. Hopefully, you will find my post both helpful and inspiring. I titled my post “Vision” because I’ve been thinking a lot lately about where I see myself in the next ten … Read more

Moral Army

Do we have a moral army growing in our Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z young adults? I ask this question because it seems they are the ones who are taking it to the streets. And, this is happening all over the world. A while back, I came across a Tiktok video in which Harrison … Read more

Women Helping Others Advance

Did you know that Walking Through Life As Women has a women’s group that meets every 4-6 weeks? Our group started because Lisa and I wanted to meet with women face-to-face. Yes, we are empowering women through our blog stories, but we thought that we could make more of an impact by meeting some of … Read more

Be Who You Are

What are your thoughts when you read this quote? “The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are.” — Joseph Campbell I start thinking of things like — “what do I want to be when I grow up?” (even though I’m now 63), “the past is the past”, and “how can I make my … Read more

Abundance For 2023

My personal word for 2023 is “abundance”. Every year I choose a word to help me focus on my goals for the coming year. It helps me to determine and concentrate on my priorities of personal growth, marriage, family, friends, and career. I believe having a personal word for the year helps to bring clarity … Read more


I recently came across a poem that really touched me and I want to share it with you. I found it very empowering, and a reminder that I sometimes need to release and let go. I hope it brings as much comfort to you as it did to me. As Time Goes By  (by Donna … Read more

Voting For Democracy

We just had the midterm elections in our country, and we’re still waiting on the final vote counts on some ballot measures, propositions, and individuals running for office. I don’t know about you, but I was nervous as to what the outcome would be. The republicans predicted a “red wave”, and the democrats were hoping … Read more

Am I Still On The Right Path?

I was having a conversation with a dear friend of mine the other night about life (as you do after a couple of cocktails), and I thought about how one’s life is constantly evolving. And, even in my sixties, I still find myself looking for something that I should feel totally passionate about. So, the … Read more

Life’s Frustrations

This past week has been very frustrating. First, our kitchen sink backed up and then we lost electricity to our garage. My husband and I tried to remedy the problems ourselves but weren’t successful. We had to call “our guy” to take care of the problems. Oh yeah, we also had him fix some loose … Read more

Losing A Friendship

Maintaining good friendships is a form of self-care that provides comfort and encouragement, and this can enhance your mental well-being. But what happens when the dynamics of a friendship change and you start drifting apart? One minute you’re seeing your best friend all the time and the next you’re lucky to find any free time … Read more