Hello, friends! “Divorce Brain Food” will be an occasional feature here as I start to write less about my own divorce experience. The original tagline for this blog was “How I Made Friends With My Brain and Moved On,” and I wholeheartedly believe that part of that healing process is feeding your brain with helpful messages. So here are a few pieces I found in the past week or so that might fit the bill.
Need to change some emotional habits? Buddhist coach Bindu Wiles quotes Emerson and asks, “What sort of effort are you making in your life?”
Tired of talking about what you want? Self-actualization guru Amber Rae tells you to “Want Less, Will More.”
In a mess financially? Mom and personal finance visionary Molly Muñiz says, “Making the journey back to economic freedom will require perseverance, discipline and sacrifice.”
Need some perspective? Journalist Neal Justin writes about a new Sundance Channel reality show about four women “too feisty to throw themselves a pity party.”
Want to tell fear to f*ck off? Life writer Emma Wilhelm (wait, that’s me!) asks, “What are you afraid of?”