Jumpstart Your Empty Nest Transition


For years, have you put yourself on the back burner while you raised your children? When your children become less dependent on you, what will your new normal look like?

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This book was written for you to give you some creative ways to prepare for your Empty Nest, so that when your kids leave for college you won’t be struggling with how to cope. It is filled with tips and ideas of simple, fun changes you can make in your life right now so you can find fulfillment, validation and inner purpose.

Of course, 2020/2021 are not typical years. Maybe β€œyour nest” was already empty and your kids have returned, either a college kid who is learning from home or a β€œlaunched” child who has moved back in with you and is working from your house.

The approaching Empty Nest years can feel uncertain. If you plan for them now, you will feel so much stronger and prepared. Instead of letting fear of the change loom larger than anything else in your life, do a little work now to get yourself ready for a seamless transition to when they actually do leave. Implement these changes now to discover your dreams, uncover your purpose and passion, and take the fear out of the unknown during this upcoming phase.

Once you start considering some options for your next steps, you will feel more focused. This is your time now!

Design: Watercolor painted by my incredibly talented great-niece, and e-book content designed by the gifted Christie VanderLaanΒ @vanderlaan_creative.