Starting Over – So Much Can Change

January 5, 2014 by
Filed under: Play by Play 

Life has had many changes for me.  As I looked at how to work on finding the balance and joy from life as I have hit many bumps in the road emotionally; I knew I wanted to start up blogging again.  What I contemplated was whether to start completely over or to continue here.  As I look at my old (WAY old by the way!) posts I believe that the story this blog shows is telling.

I have been one that wants true authenticity. If I started blogging somewhere else in more of a hidden manner that goes against what my heart believes.  Is it scary?  It really, truly is… Very Scary.

My biggest change; my husband and I separated and then divorced after being together for 19 years.  That is a long time to be with someone.  This was final in September of 2014.  The year up to and including this period of time has been very much a roller coaster ride.

Now it is time to create the life that I want.  This life includes my beautiful daughter and working to ensure she has stability and feels nothing but love.  This life includes my work, the career of being a leader in the chaotic corporate world and leading others to find balance and joy amidst that environment.  This life also includes ME.  I have often put ME, last.   As I did this, I found myself in situations that I stayed in without thoroughly thinking through.

Welcome to 2014 — Time for renewal – for clear intentions and lots and lots of joy and love!

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2 Comments on Starting Over – So Much Can Change

  1. Pam Picard on Sun, 5th Jan 2014 3:56 pm
  2. Happy New Year. Welcome back. Sorry to hear of the passing of your marriage. Even when it’s all for the best, it’s painful. I hope you give yourself permission to grieve it. We can’t create happiness by painting a happy face over unhappy events. Now I’ll go away and mind my own business. xoxoxo Pam

  3. Andrea Pettit on Sun, 5th Jan 2014 4:01 pm
  4. Thanks Pam!!! Happy New Year to you as well. I am looking forward to sharing the ups and downs of some of this through my writing. Please – never go away! ((((hugs)))))