This video is in response to the popularity of an article written just recently and the tremendous response from the media, people and other influencers who spread the message on social media. Thanks to Lindsay Blair, my wonderful husband, CEO of Blair Global Media for putting it together for me. Please enjoy and spread the… Read More My Husband Died at Age 34. Here are 40 Life Lessons I’ve Learned From It
This book is an amazing primer on overcoming setbacks, including tragedy and grief, to live a holistically wealthy lifestyle. I’m very excited to share that if you order Holistic Wealth between now and November 5th 2019, you will have access to some exciting and exclusive new gifts. To thank readers who preorder Holistic Wealth: 32… Read More Holistic Wealth by Keisha Blair, Pre-order bonuses Now Available
I have a radical proposition for you. Imagine that every single decision you make in your life counts as either a deposit to or a withdrawal from your holistic wealth bank account. Build up your deposits and, in time, you’ll have a healthy, growing portfolio. Make too many withdrawals and you’ll go bankrupt. Starting Monday,… Read More The 8-Day Holistic Wealth Challenge with Keisha Blair
This season is full of stressors. Gift giving, party hopping, family gatherings—you’ve got a lot going on! Even though it’s a happy time for so many out there, it can be tough on those who have lost a loved one, or those experiencing anxiety and depression. That’s why it’s essential that you take care of… Read More TAKE CARE OF YOUR MENTAL HEALTH THIS HOLIDAY SEASON
When kids are grieving, coping with everyday in life can be more difficult. You may notice outbursts of anger and tears, general sadness or even more difficulty listening and cooperating. At school, there may be a lack of focus or inattentiveness – and a general inability to concentrate on a task. This can be especially… Read More Top 6 Strategies to Help a Grieving Child
Easter is that time of year where we remember the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Even if you aren’t particularly religious or a Christian, its inescapable at this time of year. For those who have lost spouses and are now grieving, it can seem overwhelming, with images and scenes of suffering and grief in popular… Read More Easter and Grieving as a Young Widow
Widowhood brings with it a lot of lifestyle changes that also include major decisions such as staying in the same city or buying or renting. Once you’re a widow, your budget and long-term planning needs will almost certainly change. Many widows choose to move to a new city and sell their homes and face… Read More Should You Buy or Rent in Early Widowhood?
Female empowerment became front and centre for me after I became widowed at 31. It was triggered more when I got comments from well-meaning individuals about how I should live my life now that my husband was gone. Unsolicited advice, strange remarks that were aimed at my gender (and supposed “weakness” as a female) made… Read More Lovely Instagram Accounts for Female Empowerment
For young widows (and widowers), making decisions can be nerve-wrecking as you’re used to making decisions with your spouse. Everyday decisions like what to have for dinner, what to get the kids for their birthday or what to wear to the next job interview, all get aired out with your spouse before a final decision… Read More 5 Reasons Why Widows Doubt Their Decisions
If you’re a single mom or a very young widow with kids, it can be especially hard to get a break. For some moms the reality is sometimes the only way you get a break is if you’re sick. Some moms almost welcome this brief interruption in their life. While we don’t think anyone enjoys getting… Read More Are You A Mom Who Secretly Likes Getting Sick?