Sunday Stories

Read Honey’s most personal stories, often looking back at a life lived to the fullest, embracing joys and sorrows in equal manner and never backing down. Along the way, Honey ponders the lessons learned, reflecting on what matters most, how to let go of certain things as we grow older, and how we can continue to take chances and “make lemonade out of lemons” as confident women at 50 and beyond.

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Sunday Memories: A Trip to Garden Valley, Idaho

  If I could wish upon a star I would wish that Elsewhere, with a snap of my fingers, would disappear and turn into Garden Valley, Idaho. I love Garden Valley. It…

How to Accessorize and Make a Statement

How to Accessorize and Make a Statement! I was a little girl living in Kankakee by the Sea when I first became aware of style. My mother and father were leaving on…

Design and Create a Space of Your Own During COVID-19

Everyone Woman Needs a Space of Her Own Every woman has private thoughts that swirl through her mind. I use the word swirl because most thoughts last but minutes or seconds. Thoughts…

Remove Roadblocks to Enjoy Your Success!

When I am faced with a roadblock, also known as getting stuck, I walk through it, around it, jump over it, push it to the ground and many times I admit I…

How To Be Resourceful In ‘Elsewhere’

You have to be able to act effectively and use your imagination in difficult situations. Life in Elsewhere (America today) is difficult for every human being. Those of us who are resourceful…

The Importance of Having a Rose-Colored Glasses Attitude

Why It’s Important to Wear Rose-Colored Glasses Every day I have a daily burst. Most of you would say “a lifting of spirits”. Writing the words, “a daily burst” rather than, “lifting…

Empower Each Other to Bloom Through Compliments!

How can women empower each other to bloom? There are many ways, but I believe one is learning to pay one another unexpected compliments. Let’s find out what I mean, Darling… The…

How to Develop Your Style & Shop Smartly!

Darlings, my editor, Kayla, at Honey Good plans the title of each story two months out on an Editorial Calendar. When I saw the idea of “brands I shop” I definitely wanted…