The most difficult shift for moms to make, even more difficult than dropping her kids off at college.

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“Life does not come with a playbook it comes with a mom!” ~Unknown

OUR VISIONS CAME TO LIFE


My first ever full day Vision Board Workshop was more amazing than I could have ever envisioned.

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I am not going to bore you with all the research on how visualization and the brain work, you can google that on your own. I am going to dive right in! I had the most amazing Saturday, when ten women (7 moms and 3 of their daughters) who joined me for a full day workshop all about them!

I have been creating Vision Boards for over four years and have had many things manifest,

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Happy New Year!

          

MOM TO MOM

Let’s make a resolution to get rid of our Mom Guilt.

For many of us, our kids came home for a much needed winter break from school and much needed family time for mom. Now, after just a short 4-6 weeks they are off again to finish up another semester at school or maybe they just went back to their lives. Whichever it is for you,

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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

2017 was quite a year!

The Moms Who Dare® Community has grown to almost 500 members! Here’s a snapshot of some of the amazing things we’ve done this year:

Kicked off 2017 with the Polar Bear Plunge 

Hosted 2 Moms Who Wine Zoom Meet ups

1 Dareventure for a photo-shoot

Moms Who Dare® first ever dinner in Chestnut Hill,

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1.START A DIALOGUE 
Share your desire to try some new and different things together.  Be clear, before sharing, as to why this is important to you and for your relationship.  It can be uncomfortable or downright scary to share what you feel, however, if you keep this quote in mind, it can help you through.

” When we shut ourselves off from vulnerability, we distance ourselves from the experiences that bring purpose and meaning to our lives.”

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What Are Your Expectations?

Parents everywhere are getting ready for their college kids to come home for Thanksgiving.  For many this is their first time home since they were dropped off in August, which means moms and dads are excited.  However, I feel compelled to help you prepare for the possibility that your sons and daughters may only be home long enough for a quick hug, laundry drop off and quick meal.  Why? Because it’s the first time they’ll be able to reconnect with their high school friends,

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The third of the three R’s on your way to thriving through Empty Nest.

The first “R” I shared was to Re-Imagine. The process of asking yourself some key core questions that would set you on the path of reimagining what could be. Reimagining is all about the dreaming. Dreaming of all the things you can be, do and have.

The second “R” was Re-Defining.  Giving some thought to what is truly important to you.  

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The second of the three R’s on your way to thriving through Empty Nest!

The first “R” I shared was to Re-Imagine. The process of asking yourself some key core questions that would set you on the path of reimagining what could be. Reimagining is all about the dreaming. Dreaming of all the things you can be, do and have.

Once you start reimagining and dreaming again, it’s time to start Re-Defining.

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TO REIMAGINE

According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, ReImagine means to imagine again or anew; especially: to form a new conception of: Re-Create

Isn’t this what we tend to do every year as one ends and a new one begins.  The end of the year brings with it reflection.   Reflection of what was and what could be. I want to help you see what can be! I want to help you dare to dream again.

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