When It’s Mom Who Leaves the Nest After Mothering Solo
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When It’s Mom Who Leaves the Nest After Mothering Solo

Introduction About a year or so ago I became an empty nester after mothering solo for over 25 years.  The unique challenge of being a solo mom continued. And I had to come to terms with my decision as a mom who leaves the nest. My three sons are now adults.  Charting their own path.  Living…

9 Considerations When You Face An Empty Nest
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9 Considerations When You Face An Empty Nest

Introduction When we are in the throes of mothering solo, we seldom have the presence of mind to think about becoming an empty nester.  Despite the fact that many times we wish our problems away.  Since I know from experience that wishing and dreaming don’t give us what we want I’ve come up with things…

How to Create Balance In Your Life With Spiritual Wellness Care

How to Create Balance In Your Life With Spiritual Wellness Care

When we talk about self care we often focus on the physical or mental aspect of wellbeing.  But what about spiritual wellness?   If you’re searching for deeper spiritual meaning in your life there’s a reason.  And you’re not the only one. The demands of life in modern times has made many people feel disconnected. Perhaps…

Gratitude Journaling: A Simple Habit That Will Boost Your Mental Health
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Gratitude Journaling: A Simple Habit That Will Boost Your Mental Health

Gratitude boosts your mood Gratitude is a powerful tool that can help you boost your mood and feel happier. And while it might seem like a simple thing, gratitude can also encourage you to be more connected to others and the world around you. Daily gratitude practices couple with daily journaling is an excellent self…

How to Overcome Empty Nest Syndrome as a Solo Mom

How to Overcome Empty Nest Syndrome as a Solo Mom

Introduction Empty nest syndrome can come in unexpected ways, especially if you are a solo mom. Parents often feel a mix of sadness, relief, and guilt when their kids move out. But if you’re mothering solo, this might be hard to accept because you don’t have a partner or spouse going through the same thing…