Going back to college at 50 would have seemed ridiculous to me when I was younger. I had already been through college once and I remember being so happy when I was finished. Why go back to college when I was entering this prime of life? Continue reading “Going Back To College After An Empty Nest”
Raising kids can be such a time of trial and error but throw one into the mix with ADD and it can be quite baffling. My first two kids were both girls that seemed to have a natural tendency toward being high achievers in school. I thought that, as parents, we must be doing something right. Both daughters stressed at getting a B in a class with no pressure from us.
When my son came along, I was totally expecting that same kind of behavior. Boy was I thrown for a loop! Before school age, he was actually even easier than our two daughters. He was the sweetest and most compassionate little boy. The struggles began when he started school. Continue reading “ADD: Parenting A Child With Attention Deficit Disorder”
I was told early on that kids grow up fast and to enjoy every moment. Still, when I approached an empty nest, it took me by surprise. How did that happen so fast? Being a stay at home mom for 25 years meant my life happily revolved around my three kids and husband. I had quit my accounting job when my oldest was born and never had a single regret. Continue reading “Redefining Life With An Empty Nest”