Best Piece Of Advice

The topic for this post came to mind because I was thinking about all the great advice I’ve received over the years. From listening to your intuition, being present, to meditating, and more. I have to say that the best advice I’ve received was from a dear friend of mine and it was — write … Read more

3 Ways Women Can Boost Business Skills For Post-Pandemic Career Success

Whether you’ve lost your job due to COVID-19 or you’d like to translate your skills into a new career within growing industries like e-commerce, virtual learning, robotics, or cybersecurity, now is the perfect time to further your education, join a professional organization, and build stronger leadership skills. Plus, there are so many things you can … Read more

Welcome 2020!

Whether you’re ready for it or not, 2020 is right around the corner! Lisa and I are looking forward to welcoming the new year. We have a lot of plans for walkingthroughlifeaswomen.com. We’ve already started our women’s group, Women Helping Others Advance (WHOA), and have exciting things planned for our upcoming meetings. We can’t wait … Read more

Our First Meeting

Last Sunday evening, we hosted our first Women Helping Others Advance, WHOA, meeting. The night for us was the next step in our journey. We have been envisioning, discussing, and planning for months how to take Walking Through Life As Women to the next level. We are passionate about supporting all women as they face … Read more

Non-Negotiables

I read recently that it’s a good idea to write down what you consider your non-negotiables or beliefs in your life that you would never go against. It’s the values in your life that allow you to live your best life. So, here are some of mine. I’m continually working on my well-being. Staying healthy … Read more

How Far Should We Go To Help Our Kids Succeed?

How far should we go to help our kids succeed in life? Is doing their homework in second grade okay because the teacher doesn’t understand a 7-year old’s need for sleep and playtime while they do academic hours? Should we design and complete the 3D replica of a high rise that is earthquake proof and … Read more

I Deserve To Be Happy

I “deserve” to be happy, don’t I? Deserve seems like such a selfish word but isn’t the catch phrase these days “self-care”?  I see myself having made progress over the last several years after my divorce and apparently so have my friends because they have told me. But I know I can do more to … Read more

Kids Are Kids Until They Aren’t

People feel teenagers are apathetic, disconnected and sometimes downright rude. After teaching for 40 years what I have observed is kids are kids. They learn from their parents and from others around them. If they are allowed to do what they want whenever they want, they do not learn the concepts of deadlines, respect, and … Read more