I know the time was right, but that doesn’t make it any easier. It’s never easy to let go of something that has become a part of your life and your memories for thirteen years. When the “For Sale” sign went up in June, it became a reality that this would be the last summer […]
Major life change can have a positive impact on your life. Susan Miller invites you to examine how you’re doing physically, emotionally, and spiritually and offers ideas for you to start investing in these areas TODAY.
Susan Miller speaks from years of moving experience as she offers insight into helping your kids and teens adjust to a move.
This was written by me and my husband Bill in 2008 for a Valentine’s Day message one year before his death. I had asked him to share his thoughts on our years of moving, with the hope that it would give women insight and perspective into their husband’s often hidden feelings and emotions about moving. […]
The Emotional Impact of a Move or Other Life Change Grief is normal when it comes to life change, especially after a move. The stages of grief – denial, anger, despression, and acceptance – are normal when you’re grieving. For a while you can expect to go in and out of each stage. It’s OK […]
How you can be their cheerleader When I am in the presence of dedicated military spouses, I am humbled by their sacrifice and commitment. They touch my heart, strengthen my faith, and keep me humble. They are ordinary women who are called to do extraordinary things as wives and moms. It was a privilege to […]
We named our small used Toyota “the brown berry”. We always named our cars. We kept them so long, they were like part of the family. When our two children were very young, they thought it was funny for our cars to have names. When they got older, they simply became amused at one of their […]
A friend stopped by our Just Moved office for a visit and during our conversation she said, “I know why I’ve never settled in and feel so disconnected since I moved here. It’s taken me a long time, but I’ve finally figured it out. I’ve never completely unpacked and gotten rid of all the boxes […]