New Chapters, New Beginnings: Midlife Reset 2024
Michell Pulliam
by Michell Pulliam
2M ago
As we bid adieu to another incredible year—umm, yes, I’m learning to add a dash of French here and there in my every day life. I’m going to Paris, you know. Well, I have yet to actually purchase tickets, but that’s not stopping me from going, lol—I can't help but admire the journey we, for the most part, have begun. It's been a rollercoaster of highs, lows, and a whole lot of introspection. And there's no better time than the present to prepare for a midlife reset in 2024. Now, let's rewind a bit. Remember when life handed me a plot twist in the form of divorce? Well this year, I celebrated a ..read more
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True Transformation Happens When You Embrace Who You Are Right Now!
Michell Pulliam
by Michell Pulliam
6M ago
As midlife women, we're going through a unique and transformative phase of life, and it's easy to feel like the world is pushing us to chase this perfect image that's honestly darn near impossible to catch. But, the real 'glow up' happens when we let go of these expectations and embrace the beauty of just being—living in the moment and enjoying our authentic selves. Embracing who we are, flaws and all, is the secret to a true transformation; being comfortable in our own skin. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at the journey of discovering and embracing yourself... right where you are. Sure ..read more
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Embracing the Beauty of Aging: Why Middle-Aged Women Should Celebrate Their Journeys
Michell Pulliam
by Michell Pulliam
7M ago
As a women's mindset coach for middle-aged women, I've had far too many conversations about the fear and anxiety that often come with growing older and the idea that it's a sure sign our lives are all but over or that we are somehow decrepit, feeble, or over the hill. Seriously? I'm not sure about you, but I'm so over all the negativity. In fact, I absolutely adore growing older, or as I call it... evolving! I don't see it as something miserable at all, I've only seen it as a blessing. And I know for a fact... this is definitely not our mothers' mid-life! I recently turned 'double nickels' in ..read more
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Empowering Middle-Age Women to Overcome Prejudice and Follow Their Dreams
Michell Pulliam
by Michell Pulliam
8M ago
At 55 years old and recently divorced after 33 years of marriage—which you can read about ,here, if you're curious—I find myself dealing with some issues in my professional life that go beyond gender and race. As a middle-aged woman trying to switch careers, I've always prided myself on my qualifications and capabilities. And although I’m more than qualified for the positions I’ve applied for, recently I have come face to face with a harsh reality: the triple fight against sexism, racism, and ageism. Ageism, a subtle yet common form of discrimination, has become a real occurrence in my search ..read more
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Just Like That...
Michell Pulliam
by Michell Pulliam
1y ago
And just like that… with the stroke of a pen and our signatures, our 33-year marriage has come to an end. We've closed a chapter of our lives that spanned over three decades; raising three awesome children in three different states. Thankfully our divorce story isn't that of anger, bitterness, and hatred. But unfortunately, ours isn't the status quo either. That said, my ex-husband (wow, that sounds weird to say) and I are still great friends, who have mad respect and love for each other. I’ve got his back, and he’s got mine. Even now, his family is my family, and my family is his. I guess th ..read more
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5 Simple Ways To Change Your Mindset, To Get Motivated Again!
Michell Pulliam
by Michell Pulliam
1y ago
From time to time, each of us will find ourselves in a rut of boredom and disinterest. We seem to lose our zest for life and feel tired, irritable, and unmotivated. We want to hide under the covers rather than face the day. Perhaps you're feeling overwhelmed by work, or discouraged by what you see happening in the world, or just bored with the routine of your daily life. You are not alone. We all go through periods like this at some point. The good news is that we can do something about it. Here are some tips to help break out of the monotony and feel excited about life again: 1) Take some "T ..read more
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What Will You Say NO To In 2022?
Michell Pulliam
by Michell Pulliam
2y ago
In this new year, let's prioritize how we show up for ourselves. The number one way to do this is by not committing to things that don't serve us well... mentally, physically, and spiritually. Do you say yes to things and then immediately think, “Ughh, why did I do that?!!!!” Do you say yes to assignments when you’re already burned out so you know you can’t do your best? Are you overworked, overstressed, and anxious because you constantly agree to things you don’t actually agree with? Do you commit to things, then back out at the last minute because you never really wanted to go in the first ..read more
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What Will You Say NO To In 2022?
Michell Pulliam
by Michell Pulliam
2y ago
In this new year, let's prioritize how we show up for ourselves. The number one way to do this is by not committing to things that don't serve us well... mentally, physically, and spiritually. Do you say yes to things and then immediately think, “Ughh, why did I do that?!!!!” Do you say yes to assignments when you’re already burned out so you know you can’t do your best? Are you overworked, overstressed, and anxious because you constantly agree to things you don’t actually agree with? Do you commit to things, then back out at the last minute because you never really wanted to go in the first ..read more
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5 Simple Ways To Implement Self-Care Into Your Life Today
Michell Pulliam
by Michell Pulliam
2y ago
It's said a woman’s work is never done. A hectic work schedule, combined with trying to balance other areas of your life, may lead to you feeling like you're spinning your wheels and going nowhere. . With kids, family, work, managing a home and business, and all the other responsibilities we have to carry out, there never seems to be enough time to fulfill—let alone think about—our own needs or desires. This can lead to women experiencing depression, anxiety, or a feeling of being worn out. How it affects us personally, also means that our performance and attention to everything else we have ..read more
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Recognizing Your Self-Care Needs
Michell Pulliam
by Michell Pulliam
2y ago
Welcome to the third part of my series on 'self-care'. If you haven't read the previous posts, you can read them both here and here. By the time we're finished with this series, you'll be well on your way to developing your very own self-care routine you can implement in your life to bring you more peace and balance. However, the first step to creating a self-care routine is to recognize that you actually need one. So how do you do that? Don't worry, at the end of this blog post, is a simple assessment you can take to see what areas of your life you need to take better care of you. Sometimes ..read more
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