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  • July 2022- TranforMEtion calendar

    Every month we will share a TransforMEtion calendar filled with inspiration and tips to start and continue your transformational journey toward h...
  • June 2022 - TransforMEtion calendar

      Every month we will share a TransforMEtion calendar filled with inspiration and tips to start and continue your transformational journey toward...
  • May 2022 - TransforMEtion calendar

    Every month we will share a TransforMEtion calendar filled with inspiration and tips to start and continue your transformational journey toward h...
  • What is TransforMEtion?

    To transform, I have to go within..discard who I was before my loss and embrace who I have become.  This new version on ME.

    Life after loss is different.  And I am different after loss.

    Through this journey of grief, I have to go within in order to emerge once again. 

    This is transforMEtion. 

    I have to truly look at the ME I was before I can become the new version of ME.

  • March 2022 - TransforMEtion calendar

    Every month we will share a TransforMEtion calendar filled with inspiration and tips to start and continue your transformational journey toward hope and growth.
  • February 2022 - TransforMEtion calendar

    Every month we will share a TransforMetion calendar filled with inspiration and tips to start and continue your transformational journey toward hope and growth.
  • January 2022 - TransforMEtion calendar

    Every month we will share a TransforMetion calendar filled with inspiration and tips to start and continue your transformational journey toward hope and growth.
  • The Book and Journal Connection

    I went to see the King Tut Exhibit at the Los Angeles Science Center.  As we walked in to the exhibit,  I saw a quote on the wall from the Egyptian Book of the Dead in big beautiful gold lettering that said "Speak the name of the dead to make them live again."

    Ancient Egyptians believed that we died twice.  Once when our physical body died, and then a second time when our name was spoken for the last time. 

    As I stood there staring at the quote, I realized why I needed to write my story. I needed to keep my loved ones alive by memorializing their names in writing.  Writing the memoir had nothing to do with me and everything to do with them. Their stories needed to be heard. 

  • TransforMEtion

    Living with grief is our new reality, and we need time to get acquainted with this new version of ourselves.  We are now a variation of who we were, an alternation of the fabric of the person we were before our loss occurred.  Going through this transformation, although painful, does provide us the opportunity to learn how to live with grief and grow into a stronger version of ourselves.  

    Although it may seem unattainable at first, we can transform our grief into growth one day at a time by focusing on ourselves.

    I call it transforMEtion.  

  • Honorversary

    I’ve never liked the phrase “death anniversary", instead, I prefer using honorversary as the day I honor my loved ones who are no longer with me. 
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