Rebuilding After Fire

I have never been very good at dealing with change. The last two months have possibly been one of the most traumatic months in my adult life. We've lost a lot. We lost our family home in Malibu during the Woolsey Fire and the stock market correction has been unkind to our portfolio just as we must begin tapping into that money. In short, we've been dealt a hand that is frankly difficult to manage. It's been a pity party in my head for quite a while. How do you dust yourself off and start over again? How do you find strength when you feel the world around you is collapsing? How do you reach out for help when you don't even know what you need? 

I guess what I crave most is security and hope that things will be ok. Yet on most days those things seem so far off. How important is security to you? How do you find the strength to carry on?

And yet, despite all this, the most important thing I've learned is that when you are absolutely devastated the best thing you can do is help others.  I think I am going to start shooting Youtube videos sharing some things I've learned over the past.

With Love,


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