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5 New Holiday Traditions to Help You Through Your 2023 Divorce

As a divorce coach and certified divorce financial consultant, I have worked with numerous women who have gone through a difficult and painful divorce. However, I have also seen how their journey to healing has led them to discover new possibilities and opportunities that they never thought possible. One way to celebrate and embrace this new journey is by creating new holiday traditions that reflect your newfound independence and growth. In this blog post, I will share with you some 2023 divorce holiday new traditions ideas trends that can help you celebrate your divorce and look forward to a brighter future.

Get Creative with Your Holiday Cards

Instead of traditional holiday cards that feature family portraits, why not create your own holiday cards that showcase your new independence and identity? You can have your own photoshoot or hire a professional photographer that specializes in solo portraits or have pictures of just the children done. You can also have fun with the design and layout of your card and add quotes or slogans that represent your journey to healing and growth.

Host Your Own Divorce Party

Why not celebrate your new journey with a divorce party? You can invite your closest friends and family members who have been supportive of you throughout your divorce, and plan a fun-filled evening of activities and games that celebrate your newfound independence and strength. You can also have a symbolic ceremony or ritual that signifies the closure of your past life and your willingness to embrace your new journey. Follow us for January's Post on Divorce Parties

Travel to a New Destination

If you're feeling adventurous, why not plan a travel adventure to a new destination? You can explore new cultures and cuisines, meet new people, and have the freedom to do whatever you want without having to compromise with anyone else. Traveling solo can also be a therapeutic experience that can help you reflect on your journey and gain a new perspective on life.

Volunteer for a Cause You Care About

The holiday season is also a great time to give back to the community and make a positive impact. You can volunteer for a cause that you're passionate about, whether it's helping out at a local homeless shelter, organizing a food drive, or participating in a fundraising event. Not only will you be doing something meaningful, but you'll also be surrounded by like-minded people who share your values and passions. Sophie, your Divorce Sherpa volunteers with the local Rotary Club 

Start Your Own Tradition

Finally, one of the best 2023 divorce holiday new traditions ideas trends is to start your own tradition that reflects your unique personality and values. You can create a new recipe that you'll make every year, decorate your home in a special way, or participate in an activity or event that has special meaning for you. Starting your own tradition can also be a way to mark the beginning of your new journey and remember this time of your life in a positive and meaningful way. See Last Year's Post: Dealing with the Holidays and Divorce

Going through a divorce can be one of the most challenging experiences in life, but it can also be an opportunity for growth and transformation. By creating new holiday traditions that reflect your newfound independence and identity, you can celebrate your divorce and look forward to a brighter future. Whether you choose to get creative with your holiday cards, host your own divorce party, travel to a new destination, volunteer for a cause you care about, or start your own tradition, the possibilities are endless. The most important thing is to embrace this new journey and celebrate your strength and resilience, both during the holiday season and beyond.


Speak  to a Financial Consultant:

Divorce can have a major financial impact on our lives, so it's important to get a handle on your finances during and after the divorce. Speak to a certified divorce financial consultant during the holiday season to get a better handle on your finances for the year ahead. Investing in your financial future will give you confidence and peace of mind as you move forward post-divorce.


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