Entries by Katie Lemieux

Do You Profit From Your Relationship?

What happens when we stop putting what’s really important in our lives first? Our relationship with our spouse or family, our hobbies, and our friends? Over time our emotional bank accountants get withdrawn and who knows maybe we might even go bankrupt, ouch! I recently read Profit First by Michael Michalowicz and how he revolutionized […]

Stop Your Technology Affair Today

It’s Friday evening, you’re on the couch, watching Netflix with your spouse and your phone buzzes gently next to you on the couch. You glance over and a small smile crosses your lips. “Who’s that?” Your spouse asks. “No one.” You reply, yet you’re itching to pick up the phone. Now, you’re out at a […]

3 Reasons Why a Romance Novel Will Help Your Relationship

Fabio made them famous. Or is it the other way around? You know what I’m talking about: Romance Novels, no ladies I am not talking about the “Fifty Shades of Grey” although that can work wonders for your intimate life.   Chances are you’ve seen a romance novel as you’ve strolled by your local bookstore, […]

Sheryl A. Moore, Esq. – The Right Time to Introduce Kids to your New Significant Other

Sheryl Moore is a board certified marital and family attorney practicing exclusively in the family law arena for clients from the Florida Keys to the Palm Beaches. Ms. Moore provides confidential, assertive, family focused, and intelligent legal and practical advice in complex family situations such as divorce, post-divorce, alimony/child support/parenting plan modifications, paternity, and prenuptial […]

LGBTQ, Are Your Children Legally Yours?

If you haven’t already seen the picture of the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau celebrating and honoring LBGTQ people and couples, #Pride2017 in Toronto over this weekend. As the month of June, which among many things is Gay Pride Month, comes to a close, I’m reminded of the importance of knowing your parental rights as […]

10 Questions to Ask Yourself About “Dad”

Last month in honor of Mother’s Day, I wrote about the lessons learned from mothers and how we choose to incorporate (or reject) those lessons into our own parenting style. Did you know, we spend 75% more on Mother’s Day than we do Father’s Day? Why are dads getting the short end of the stick […]