New year, new you. Right? Sometimes it’s easier said than done—but rest assured, FWW has a plan. Oprah’s recent Best Life series simplified five core areas of improvement: weight, health, spirit, money, and sex.
We’re in full agreement that addressing these physical and emotional touch points is the key to a better, more fulfilling life. And we’ve picked up where Oprah left off and provided specific resources for you, by addressing the unique needs and concerns of the divorced woman’s search for her Best Life. Here, FWW’s Best Life Divorce Companion.
What might be the biggest hurdle for some is now broken down into manageable elements thanks to fitness maven Kathy Kaehler. Her video series covers all the bases, from making an initial commitment with Commit to Being Fit, to making healthy choices (Eat And Be Well) to fighting those irksome sugar demons with Cravings: Sweet Temptations.
Is living well really the best revenge? Prove it with The You-Look-Amazing!, 10-Step Post-Divorce Plan. Author and health guru Kat James reveals the key to looking and feeling great — inside and out — with Achieving Better Health & Beauty—the Smart Way.
If the self-improvement plans calls for slightly more invasive procedures, plastic surgeon Dr. John Bonanno offers up all facts in Post-Divorce Plastic Surgery: What You Need to Know to help you make the choice that’s right for you.
At our lowest point, spirituality is the one thing that can save us — but is also the most difficult to find. Fortunately, this is a core value we can build up in good times and use to deflect the emotional toll of the bad times.
Author Debbie Ford introduces the concept of the spiritual divorce with Divorce As Change to face those seemingly insurmountable obstacles, while life coach Kim Olver addresses the healing and recovery processes with Deal So You Can Heal: 5 Steps to Grieving Divorce and Create A Post-Divorce Recovery Plan.
Settlements can go on for what seems like forever. Check in to make sure you’ve got your bases covered and keep the momentum going with 10 Tips For Managing Your Settlement. If the joint bank account is now officially single, check out Financial Literacy 101 to get on the road to financial independence.
And if you, like most of us, are in the throes of metaphorical belt tightening, learn how to trim your one-income budget with 10 Painless Financial Slimmers.
Perhaps it’s been a while since you’ve even entertained the idea of getting intimate. First things first, check out our video, What Divorced Women Need To Know Before Jumping Back In The Sack to prep for the dating scene.
Once you’ve established that there is sex after divorce, tackle our list of sexual self-improvement, Give Your Sex-Life a Makeover: 9 Hot Tools or if you’re feeling bold, cram for test with A Ladies Guide To Condoms. Practice makes perfect!