The Undomesticated Bitch’s Guide to Life

This blog is an open diary of thoughts, observations, self-reflection and growth. It’s authentic and it’s not always pretty. I’ve been married, divorced, raised amazing children, had deep friendships, lost loved ones, started businesses, failed at stuff (sometimes really remarkably well) and sometimes succeeded. Chances are…I’m a lot like you.

At my age, I’ve had some good relationships and some bad. Let’s face it – we all generally have some baggage from past relationships. I like to think mine is designer and very cute. Maybe most women have a fear somewhere deep down that we might end up sad and alone with a house full of cats. Statistically, that is truly very rare. I’ve decided it’s okay. I’m happy with myself and I don’t need someone to make me complete. I am complete all on my own…with or without cats (I have a dog).

Sex…well it seems that subject never gets old and it’s a topic I am particularly passionate about. 😉 So I do talk about it…a lot!

I’m just trying to navigate life in a meaningful way and figure out how to somehow make a positive contribution while I’m here.

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1 thought on “The Undomesticated Bitch’s Guide to Life”

  1. What a refreshing intro! Yes, I can relate. After the bad relationships, I had 5 celibate years which were not of my choosing, but it gave me time to learn that I’m okay flying solo as long as I have my dogs. Being married to the love of my life is kinda like icing on the cake. Being authentic is one of my big goals, so I’m looking forward to reading more here! Thanks for the follow!

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