Taking care of your elderly parents requires a surprising amount of energy, time, and resources. If you don’t have energy, you don’t have the patience, compassion or love you need to be a good caregiver. These tips will help increase… Read More »Caring for Elderly Parents? How to Get More Energy
Your cat isn’t “just a cat.” The bond you shared with your beloved kitty cat is deep, and your heart and home will never be the same. Coping with the grief and accepting your cat’s death isn’t a quick or… Read More »How Do You Accept the Death of Your Beloved Cat?
Believing in heaven or an afterlife doesn’t erase the grief of a dog or cat’s death, but it can help. These prayers for the loss of a pet will comfort and help you cope with the death of your dog or cat.… Read More »Comforting Prayers for the Loss of a Beloved Dog or Cat
Dogs may not grieve death the same way humans do, but they notice when someone is no longer around. Dogs may not get depressed or sad after a loss in the family – whether the family is other dogs or… Read More »Do Dogs Grieve? How to Help Your Dog Adjust After Loss
Thank you for being here! I am grateful for you. And, I have three questions for you about traveling, faith, and being transformed. Where was the last place you traveled? Did it test your faith in any way? Most importantly… Read More »Traveling in Faith – Echoes of Transformation
Tourists — even solo female travelers — can now buy alcohol in Dubai. Previously wine, beer and hard liquor was only sold to tourists in licensed restaurants, but now travelers can buy alcohol in liquor stores in the United Arab Emirates. My experience buying wine was unsettling, even a little scary, but I emerged from the shuttered, hidden, clandestine liquor store victorious!
Greetings From Hong Kong Island! I’m close to the end of my month-long journey into the second half of life. My trip to Nepal and India – a 50th birthday gift to myself – took a wildly unexpected turn. I… Read More »Greetings From Asia! Echoing Across the Miles
A reader asked how I cope with the fear of traveling solo — especially since I’m going to India alone in less than a week! I’m not a single female traveler, nor am I widowed or divorced. On the contrary, I’m a happily married woman going on a spiritual pilgrimage into the second half of life.