Category: Aging and Wisdom

Sunday Book Review – Midlife Cabernet by Elaine Ambrose

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  My Sunday Book Review is about Elaine Ambrose’s fun and spot on nonfiction and humorous take on midlife changes and how the author embraces them all in her book – Midlife Cabernet -Life, Love and Laughter after Fifty. I met Elaine on Twitter and we followed one another and bought one of each other’s […]

Sunday Book Review – New Reviews Are In! Books by D.G. Kaye

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

Sunday Book Reviews   Today for my Sunday Book Review I am not finished reading my current book so I thought I’d share 3 new reviews that came in for my books – Words We Carry, Conflicted Hearts and Twenty Years: After “I Do“. The most gratifying thing for an author is to receive a […]

Recognizing the Signs of Your Child’s Moods – Listen to Your Children

Vision perception - Memoirs

    Moody. I don’t like that word. Moody was a common name my mother called me – constantly. No smiles or laughter from me constituted moody.   When I look back on my not-so-stellar childhood and think about the words – “You’re so goddamned moody,” I shake my head and shudder. What did I […]

#ShareAReviewDay – Twenty Years After “I Do” by D. G. Kaye | The Write Stuff

D.G. Kaye's books reviewed

Thank you Marcia Meara from The Write Stuff, for featuring my book – Twenty Years: After “I Do” on your wonderful new #ShareAReviewDay feature at your blog. Marcia has opened up submissions to share a review for your book. Please visit this link to find out how you too can be part of this wonderful […]

Guest author: D. G. Kaye – Aging and Changes: Maintaining the Privilege to Drive | Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo

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  I was elated to be invited over to Sue Vincent’s blog, The Daily Echo, to share a post I wrote about my husband’s experience and red tape we encountered when trying to reinstate his driver’s license. Guest author: D. G. Kaye – Aging and Changes: Maintaining the Privilege to Drive   On May 10th my […]

Do Your Insecurities Keep You From Joining Social Activities?

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Overcoming Insecurities   Many people who harbor issues with their self-esteem tend to short-change themselves from living life to its fullest potential. In this post I’m going to refer to some of our physical attributes we find ourselves being self-critical about that potentially become handicaps for fully enjoying all aspects of our lives.   Let’s […]

Memoir Bytes: – The 10 Red Flags I Didn’t Pay Attention To – Domestic Abuse

Vision perception - Memoirs

  “Oh c’mon Deb, you never give a guy a chance,” my bestie Bri lectured on. “You have too many stipulations about dating before you let anyone into your life.”   I was managing an office for a PR firm when I met ‘him’. He’d drop by once a week to pick up work as […]

Inspirational Share – 12 Life Lessons I Learned in 2017 | The PBS Blog

Inspirational Posts shared by DGKaye

Inspirational Share   Today’s inspirational post is written by Yecheilyah Ysrayl from the PBS blog. EC, as I prefer to call her, runs an amazing blog full of great writing information, posts about life and the human condition, and she does lots of promoting of other authors. But this post in particular resonated with me […]

New Reviews For Twenty Years: After “I Do” and Words We Carry – D.G. Kaye

D.G. Kaye's books reviewed

New Reviews Are In     What a beautiful way to end a challenging year! Two new reviews for my newest book – Twenty Years: After “I Do” and another for Words We Carry. There is no better gift an author can ask for than to hope for a glowing review for her books. It’s […]

Guest Post by Tina Frisco – Follow Your Passion

Inspirational Posts shared by DGKaye

  Today I’m delighted to have Tina Frisco share one of her inspirational posts with us. I think we can all feel that the world is in a tailspin, changing many aspects of life that we may have previously just taken in stride. But it’s a powerful change and Tina’s post is a good reminder […]

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