Hosted by Robyn Lane
Just when you think you have it all down – all figured out and ready for the next big thing – something happens and shifts not only the horizon but the very ground you stand on. It’s the part of life that no one likes to talk about … loss. Robyn Lane’s world shifted with the loss of her husband, Mark. Suddenly goals, benchmarks, achievements and dreams morphed into the new reality of just me and not “we”. Calling on her experience as an educator, Robyn has constructed a new paradigm of living, that includes a path to happiness. Come along for the ride, learning how to live next to grief, without allowing it reign over you. We’ll cover topics like, mother-daughter relationships, mediums, horse-therapy and pharmaceuticals! We’ll stay current with societal updates and new realities like home-schooling, staying connected while socially distant and find the beauty in what it means to be whole. Get ready – for Changing Lanes.
In this episode, Robyn acknowledges our exhaustion from making life work in a Pandemic and offers a way to view the next few months with a different lens.
Robyn Lane is a graduate of Teachers College, Columbia University, where she earned a master’s degree in school supervision and administration. She also has a master’s degree in curriculum and education from Fordham University. She taught in Bedford, New York for many years before becoming an elementary school principal in Scarsdale, New York. Recently retired, when not writing she spends her time with friends and family, particularly her five adorable grandchildren and one equally cute grand-dog.
Robyn is the author of Dimes On The Sidewalk, available now on Amazon.com