Tag Archives: bereavement

5 Ways to Regain Self-Control While Grieving

Grief is brutal and unforgiving. When dealing with the headache of trying to regain your footing after your husband or wife passed away feels nearly impossible. Yet more than ANYTHING all we want to do is get back on track, … Continue reading

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Returning to Food Writing

George and I used to maintain a food blog called George and Julia Eat Manhattan. We also transitioned to George and Julia’s Vegan Underground as we took on a new dietary lifestyle. Today I finished an article highlighting the health … Continue reading

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Marathon Plans

This upcoming Saturday I have the Montgomery Half Marathon. Last year I was late to the start because one of my players was in the hospital. So this year I am excited to have the chance to run it again. … Continue reading

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3 years widowed

The three year mark came and went on November 25th. It was a weird lead up to it. I felt the anxiety, I leaned into it, cried, then it just went away. I’m sort of numb from it all, I’m … Continue reading

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Happy 3 year anniversary

Today would’ve been three years married to George. A undercurrent of sadness lingered around all day. I cried on my way to work, cried in my office and then cried on my way home. I taught spin class tonight and … Continue reading

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