I write a number of blogs and articles that reflect the projects I am personally passionate about and which I support through my professional services.

Victory Tips focuses on showing women how to break through their personal glass ceiling. The Five Year Marriage Article Bank explains The Five-Year Marriage™ and helps couples understand and navigate this exciting new form of marriage. The Maine Diaries is a fun look at my annual adventure to New England where I unwind from normal life and reconnect with myself. Let me know what you think!

Victory Tips

I created this blog on the Victorious Woman Project for women in midlife. It’s jam packed with practical advice, challenges, inspiration and resources to help women who are dealing with aging parents, empty nests, new careers, starting over and other issues issues we encounter in midlife.

The Five-Year Marriage™

I created this blog to further dive into the concepts proposed in the book, The Five-Year Marriage™. These important and controversial ideas and philosophies deserve a space for additional exploration and discussion.

 The Maine Diaries

I was captivated by the Maine Coast on my first trip there in the late 90’s. In the years since, I’ve traveled up and down the coast from Kittery to Calais but I spend most of my Maine time Downeast. I love the adventures I have and the chance to unwind from the world and reconnect with myself. I chronicle my experiences here, The Maine Diaries.

2019 Epilogue 

I got an email from Ollie at Windward Cottages. The subject line said “left in cottage.” I thought “what could we possibly have left? I thought we did a “last sweep” and…
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 Beating Dorian 

All week I watched the path of hurricane Dorian. I wondered if we would get stuck in the hurricane – or it’s aftermath – on our way home. We didn’t. Leaving yesterday was smart. We had…
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The Big One 

Today is our last full day in Maine. That means two things: The last hike and the “special” dinner.   For the hike we chose my favorite: The Jordan Pond. This…
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Labor Day 

It was supposed to rain today so we didn’t plan a hike. Instead, we planned a trip to the new Bar Harbor Historical Society’s new home – currently being used as the fundraiser design…
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Joseph and I eased into the day

Joseph and I eased into the day. Ollie stopped over and asked us if we wanted to go lobstering with him; he was leaving in about a half-hour.  I wanted to go,…
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