Getting Back on Track: Finances After Divorce, and Two Apps to Help

There’s no doubt that most people’s pocketbooks take a hit during a divorce. There are attorney fees, court fees, and living expenses that might not even be your own. Sometimes you have to split some of the debt that you and your spouse had incurred while you were married. Once the dust settles and you … More Getting Back on Track: Finances After Divorce, and Two Apps to Help

The Life-Changing Strategy of Learning to Say “F*ck It!”

WARNING: This post will contain the word “fuck” several times. It’s unavoidable. I’m sorry, but hopefully if you can get past the word you’ll be able to find alternative phrases to help your through your divorce (and possibly any tough situation you face in life). I get it. Divorce, for many, is hard and not … More The Life-Changing Strategy of Learning to Say “F*ck It!”

Vacations as the Non-Vacationing Parent: How to Cope

Vacationing without your kids sounds like a dream, doesn’t it? What if that actually means your kids are vacationing without you? As the other half of a divorced couple, this might actually happen sometimes. As a mother, particularly a mother to young children, this can be very nerve-wracking. How are you supposed to know if their … More Vacations as the Non-Vacationing Parent: How to Cope