The high occurrence of divorce and single-parent households nowadays is having a huge impact on how zillions fare the challenge of with how to deal with the holidays.
Similar to the aging of America and the ever evolving definition of what is the traditional family unit, is a feeling of “incompleteness” for so many around this season of celebrations.
The holiday celebrations facing my fellow Boomers out there are as varied as the people themselves. As time marches on, things change. Kids grow up and have families of their own. Many times, not everyone can make it for each and every holiday celebration or special occasion. Grown children and their spouses have to make their own agreements on where to spend which holidays. As in our case, this is especially true if there are many miles separating them from their families.
In the mood to try some new foods for Thanksgiving and the holidays? Well, I’m offering a free PDF of my “Holiday Deliciousness” healthy cookbook soon, so stay tuned to find out how you can get your hands on the cookbook! Some of my personal favorites include honeysuckle turkey breast, lighter twice-baked potatoes, and the always-popular raspberry truffle pie.Continue reading →
Now, we begin with the first of the exciting series for all you O50s (over 50) asking, can you hear your home?
I have learned over the years of designing, writing, and speaking that most people do not realize the exponential power of their home’s space to impact their life. Regardless of whether if this is a positive or negative impact, your home is certainly talking to you in countless ways.