Date Like A Grownup: Anecdotes, Admissions of Guilt & Advice Between Friends (video)
Pickup In Aisle Twelve - After a would-be suitor tails her to a grocery store checkout, Angie Wharton confronts the grim realities of her post-divorce dating options. Niggling guilt, a fickle resolve and easy access to her sister’s dinner table have kept her on the sidelines, but her brother-in-law’s patience –and supplies of cabernet are running low. Pressed into posting an online dating profile, Angie decides to take the offense before love passes her by. But navigating this virtual world of blurred photos and lonely hearts will require her to create both a roadmap and a new understanding of herself. Lipstick? Check. Eye contact? More or less. Awkward moments? Uh huh. Love…?
Eight weeks on crutches with three kids and a DIY career? My first thought was, "I'll take Plan B." But my ankle reconstruction surgery was the Plan B. The only thing in my hands—besides the crutches—would be how I tackled the unexpected challenge.
An upbeat approach to one-footed living, this book contains practical ideas for maximizing the temporary challenges associated with a surgical recovery and a bit of inspiration on how to make post-op recovery a fulfilling and—dare I say, "Fun"?—experience. Gym workouts, grocery shopping, business networking and even dates stayed on my schedule. So, I locked myself out of the house three days after surgery and had a little trouble with escalators... remaining an active participant in my life helped me heal, recover and enjoy the journey.
Look for the Youtube videos for tips on working out on crutches!
Dating, Parenting and Maintaining Connection (WJCU radio) On transitioning from “stay-at-home mom” to “single-preneur,” the impact of confidence and accomplishments on dating relationships, how to build effective connection in the family,...
Radio: The “Efficiency Effect”- What happened to Friendship?
Single? Hello, your name is “Average American.” It turns out that there are a lot of us bypassing bulk food bargains in favor of single servings. In its August 2014 data report, the Bureau of Labor and Statistics revealed that for the first recorded time, more adults are unattached than married in America.