On The Road: Making Dreams Happen

Halloween: My Ex Is Into Tricks, Not Treats!

Your custody schedule probably contemplated all of the big holidays – but what about the small ones? Today I’m over at DivorcedMoms talking about my issues with scheduling Hallowe’en with the Goblin King! Image Credit:  (Edited) “Halloween In Blue” by Idea go / freedigitalphotos.net Follow Live by Surprise on Twitter, Google+, Facebook, Pinterest and Bloglovin

On The Road: Making Dreams Happen

7 Ways to Cope When Your Ex Wipes Out Your Kids’ Wardrobe

I’m over at Divorced Moms again today discussing the trials and tribulations of exchanging clothing and other items when you exchange the kids. Come have a look!! Image Credit (edited):  David Castillo Dominici / freedigitalphotos.net Follow Live by Surprise on Twitter, Google+, Facebook, Pinterest and Bloglovin

On The Road: Making Dreams Happen

The Soundtrack of My Divorce

If your  life were a movie – what songs would be on the soundtrack?   I had a tumultuous courtship with my ex, and a long and difficult relationship that eventually led us to divorce.  This weekend I thought about what kind of songs would have been on the soundtrack of that story.  And I Read More

On The Road: Making Dreams Happen

Six Things I Learned From Being in a Bad Marriage

I’m over at DivorcedMoms.com again today talking about all the things you can learn about yourself as you emerge from a bad marriage and divorce.   Or you can check it out on The Huffington Post! Image Credit: (Edited) “Yoga” by arztsamui / freedigitalphotos.net Follow Live by Surprise on Twitter, Google+, Facebook, Pinterest and Bloglovin

On The Road: Making Dreams Happen

What’s Your Favorite Divorce Movie?

This week on DivorcedMoms.com, I’ve looked through some of my favorite divorce movies for my favorite quotes about divorce.  Have a look! What’s your favorite divorce movie? (Gif courtesy “War of the Roses”) Follow Live by Surprise on Twitter, Google+, Facebook, Pinterest and Bloglovin

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12 Ways to Divorce with Your Self Respect and Dignity in Tact

Have you ever been the recipient of bad divorce advice?  You know what I’m talking about – the whole “stay in the house”, “sling mud – it’s better for court”, “crush him/her” line.  The advice that will lead to you lining your lawyer’s pockets with gold. I’ve read a few articles giving advice like that Read More

On The Road: Making Dreams Happen

8 Dating Dealbreakers After Divorce

We all have are own little list of the things that we’re willing to accept or not accept in a partner – and your list might become even stricter after divorce.  Maybe you can’t stand the new guy because one of his toes is bigger than the other.  Maybe she has hair on her back Read More

On The Road: Making Dreams Happen

10 Things I Learned About Sex After My Divorce

In America, it’s common to get married young without a lot of sexual experience. Oftentimes, people who marry young have had one to two partners prior to their spouse – and even in today’s landscape, it’s possible to marry your first lover. After marriage, sex becomes vanilla.  After children arrive, you get into parenting, and Read More

Top Ten Comfort Foods When You're in the Throes of a Divorce

Top Ten Comfort Foods When You’re in the Throes of a Divorce

Are you in the midst of a divorce and it doesn’t feel like it’s ever going to end?  Having trouble sleeping, thinking, eating?  Submerge yourself in the nostalgic and comforting foods of your youth.  Check out my top ten divorce comfort foods on DivorcedMoms.com. Follow Live by Surprise on Twitter, Google+, Facebook, Pinterest and Bloglovin  

The Tools to Get You Through Co-Parenting After Divorce 1

The Tools to Get You Through Co-Parenting After Divorce

Since your divorce have you felt like you’re completely helpless and don’t know what to do?  Checking out Divorce Blogs is a great start.  But there are other tools…psychologists, divorce attorneys, mediators.  And you don’t have to splash out for all of them – some of them have written some fantastic books!  One thing I Read More