Do You Know The Risk Factors For Breast Cancer?

Breast Cancer Awareness

October is breast cancer awareness month and I learned a few risk factors from this infograhic from Estroven that I was not aware of previously ... did not know that height increases your risk ... did not know that 85 percent of breast cancer diagnoses occur in women with no family history of breast cancer ... and did not know that age at menopause affects the … [Read more...]

What Happens To My Health Insurance After Divorce?

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If you have health coverage through your STBX's employer then high on your list of priorities is understanding what happens to your health insurance after divorce and how you can get coverage. It's best to start researching this as soon as you know you're getting divorced because while you definitely won't be eligible for coverage at the next enrollment period under your … [Read more...]

How Do I Get The Most Money For My Diamond Ring?

Selling your diamond ring after divorce

This is a sponsored post. Many divorced women are left with a diamond engagement ring which they no longer have any wish to keep. The good news is that diamond might actually be worth a decent amount of money and so you might ask, "How do I get the most money for my diamond ring?" To maximize the value of your diamond, follow these simple steps: Find A Diamond Buyer You … [Read more...]

The Woman’s Holistic Guide to Divorce Giveaway

The Woman's Holistic Guide To Divorce

Author, Wendi Schuller created The Woman's Holistic Guide To Divorce as a result of her own experience navigating through a difficult, traumatizing divorce. This guide provides suggested solutions to many challenges ranging from dealing with attorneys to saving on cosmetics and holiday gifts when your budget needs stretching. Throughout the broad and eclectic array of … [Read more...]

Blogher ’14 Conference

BlogHer '14 Conference

Taking a break from Kyle's story to share this! Ladies this is for you ... Writing about your divorce is therapeutic. Blogging about your divorce can be even more empowering because you can develop a community of support.* And that community can endure—I'm still in touch with a number of bloggers who were blogging about their divorce when I was going through my own divorce … [Read more...]