There are moments in our life when things go just as we planned; there are also moments when things turn out better than we could have ever imagined; and even when all is going as planned you can start to feel overwhelmed, anxious, and start second guessing yourself. And then there are the moments when the life your ordered is suddenly discontinued, often with no warning or time to prepare - emotionally, physically, or mentally. These are the moments that will challenge us the most and will also push us out of our comfort zone so we can grow (though at the time it can seem hopeless). Whether the change is for the better or not; planned or it happens out of the blue - adjusting to your new reality - can, and most often requires time. Here are some ways to help you survive and find peace during life's transitions:
Everywhere you look social media, lifestyle blogs and magazines are saying 50 is the new 40. I too have repeated that same sentiment, and may have even included the quote 50 is the new 40 on an inspiration board. Perhaps, it was because I spent my forties healing and rehabbing from my accident - and was hoping to "recoup" that lost decade, in my fifties. But we all know that you can not get back time, once it's passed. And I have to be honest - having spent a year at 50 I no longer believe 50 is the new 40. 50 is the NEW 50!! and I'm embracing 50 and creating the next chapter with more zest for life than I ever imagined possible.
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I'm Celia M., I'm here to inspire women to make themselves a priority in their life; practice self care on the daily and start living the life they want to be living! Read More ...
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