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Empty Nest Country Live vs City Life

Sometimes, one of the steps of the Empty Nest is to sell the ‘family’ house and move.  But where do you decide to move to?  Some couples have it already planned and know at the drop of a hat where their “retirement” home will be. I hope you enjoy the story about this New Zealand […]

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Survive The Empty Nest with a Dream and Vision

Martin Luther King’s famous speech “I Have a Dream” echoed to the crowd gathered on Mall in Washington D.C. on that day in August 1963. It was hot. 250,000 bodies massed together with the reflecting pool in the middle. He followed his speech he had written down, until the end, when he said “I have […]

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Empower Yourself With Personal Boundaries

Personal boundaries are important to you for several reasons. They serve as barriers to protect your self-esteem. They are also tools for establishing limits with others and communicating that you won’t tolerate certain behaviors. Those without personal boundaries commonly end up in less than ideal situations and relationships. In other words, they keep you from […]

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Rekindle the flames of your marriage Tip 7 Something Big

The kids flew the coop.  You look at the man you love, and realize you need to reconnect.  You have drifted away during the “kid” years.  It’s time to make the empty nest years the best they can be with a stronger marriage than ever!   Here’s a little tip below:  

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Rekindle the flames of your marriage Tip 6 Away Time

Here’s a little tip for you.  Sometimes, in order to get closer in a relationship, you need some away time. Hi!  It’s Kim and I have a marriage tip below for you empty nesters that are looking for ways to put the spark back into the marriage now that the kids have flown the coop. […]

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Rekindle the flames of your marriage Tip 5 Together Time

Hi Friends! I’m continuing down the path with a few more hints to rekindle the flame in your marriage.  The kids flew the coop, you are coping well. But you realize that man beside you that you love with all your heart….well, you and he have become disconnected through the years.   The stresses of life, […]

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Put a spark back in your marriage Tip 4 – Starry Nights

Fall is in the air and it’s the perfect time to try this little marriage building tip. Howdy folks! As we continue on this journey of rekindling the fire after the kids have flown the coop, I hope you are having time to try each of these tips. Will there be a Mount Vesuvius of […]

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Rekindle the flames with your spouse Tip 3 Love Notes

I’m continuing with my ‘marriage revival’ series for all you empty nest moms. The kids flew the coop, and you and the hubs are home alone. So, it may be time that you reconnect. Listen below for your third tip about “love notes”. Hugs and feathers from the nest~~()~~ Kim Steadman is the COOP (Chief […]

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Rekindle the flames with your spouse Tip 2 Snuggle Time

I’m continuing on the journey of sharing with you some little tips to flame the sparks and rekindle the fire in your marriage! The kids have flown the coop and it’s just you and that guy you share the closet with. It’s time for you to reconnect! Hugs and feathers from the nest~~()~~ Kim Steadman […]

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Rekindle the flame with your spouse Tip 1 – A small gift

I’m so excited to share with you some marriage advice tips over the next few days. These tips can apply to relationship of all ages, but I really focus on helping the ‘empty nest’ spouses reconnect with each other. On that day that the last child leaves home there are many scenarios I’ve heard about: […]

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