Where Do You Begin? A friend asked if she could meet with me for coffee last week. There was a sense of urgency in her voice and her eyes were brimming with tears. Her news was all too familiar. “We are moving,” she said. “With the pandemic layoffs here, my husband has been looking for […]
As some of you may know, I was married for 45 years before Bill’s death. We weathered 14 moves, along with major life transitions, and huge personal changes that come with uprooting and relocating a marriage, children, home, lifestyle, and relationships. In 2008, I asked Bill to share a man’s perspective of moving for a […]
So, the move is happening. You’re on the road or in the air and you’re on your way to a new place and a new start. Susan offers tried and true advice and encouragement with ways you can prepare so that the experience can be smoother for the whole family. Part 2 in a 3-part […]
As some of you may know, I was married for 45 years before Bill’s death. We weathered 14 moves, along with major life transitions, and huge personal changes that come with uprooting and relocating a marriage, children, home, lifestyle, and relationships. I asked Bill some years ago to share some of his thoughts, fears, and […]
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 […]