A Turning Point

Written by on November 3, 2020 in Self-Care


Sometimes there is a turning point in life, a moment when you are compelled to pause and re-evaluate what you stand for, what matters most, and where your current path is taking you.

This is one of those times.

Between the continued disruption and uncertainty, our transition through the pandemic, and the drama leading up to and through our general election, I’ve decided to push the pause button here at Emotionally Resilient Living.

Not for long, just a couple of weeks, but long enough to consider what I can do to tell stories and provide resources that better reflect the realities of life during these challenging times.

In the Meantime

If you’ve found your way to Emotionally Resilient Living while I’m on pause, I’ll be back with a new post on Tuesday, November 24th.

In the meantime, to learn about my mission with ERL I encourage you to visit the Start Here page and My Story.

To dig into some of the key topics covered here visit Pathways, and in the article Collections, you’ll find over 330 posts aimed at helping you to build a stronger, more resilient life.

If you like what you see, please consider joining our community, it’s free, lots of insightful guidance, and member-only content.

As my welcome gift, new members receive a free bonus, A Guide to Growing Through Hard Times.

I look forward to sharing some new stories and insights when I return after Thanksgiving.

Here’s to living and loving your resilient life!

Will you be the passenger or the driver in your life journey?
About Marquita A. Herald

Marquita Herald

Marquita is an author, pathfinder, resilience coach, and the chief evangelist at Emotionally Resilient Living. She’s also an unapologetic workaholic who loves red wine, rock n’ roll, road trips (and car dancing!), peanut butter cookies, and (especially) a dog named Lucy.

She’s saddened and frustrated by excuses and cruelty and believes authentic compassion is the most powerful force in the world.

To learn more about Marquita and Emotionally Resilient Living Start Here

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