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Navigating New Year’s After DivorceDecember 4, 2019 - Relationship Articles
7 resolutions for navigating New Year’s after divorce:
- Resolve to make resolutions you can keep
- Resolve to be good to yourself
- Resolve to celebrate your new beginning
- Resolve to remember you’re not alone
- Resolve to get the kids on-board
- Resolve to do some reading
- Resolve to protect your bank balance
Navigating New Year’s After Divorce
1. Resolve to make resolutions you can keep
Before you get to your other resolutions, let’s start with an easy one. Now is not the time to resolve to lose 20 pounds, train for a marathon, learn a foreign language, or remodel the kitchen. Those are all worthy goals indeed, but you’ve got enough going on. So keep your focus on achievable goals that guarantee immediate gratification. Like watching a weepie movie, burying your nose in a bestseller, or watching reality television while you’re on the phone with your best friend. You’ll not only feel better, you’ll be able to brag that you kept a New Year’s resolution.
2. Resolve to be good to yourself
Instead of giving in to temptation to toss your wedding ring in the bin, or lock it away where you’ll never see it again, we’re all in favour of using unwanted wedding jewellery to finance what you need. Or what you love. So if that engagement ring has become an unpleasant reminder, you might want to sell it to pay legal fees. Or trade it in for a luxury watch. Or sell off that Cartier Love Bracelet to get yourself a gorgeous Cartier Pearl & Diamond lariat. Click the button below to sell unwanted jewellery and watches for cash or store credit.
3. Resolve to celebrate your new beginning
It’s really happening. Whether the divorce was your idea, your ex’s, or a mutual decision, it’s time to embrace your new start. Consider throwing yourself a divorce party—you’ll never have a better excuse—and don’t feel guilty about kicking up your heels. (Communicate that to the kids too: Let ’em know that they’re not being disloyal if they have a fantastic time with the other parent.)
4. Resolve to remember you’re not alone
Half of all marriages end in divorce. Unless you’re rich and famous, then the percentage seems to be higher. Adele was far from the only celebrity to call it quits this year. Some celebrity couples—like Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx—never even made it to the altar. And we can vouch for the fact that more splits will be announced in the next few weeks—January is historically the busiest time of year for divorce lawyers.
5. Resolve to get the kids on-board
New Year’s is no one’s favorite time of year. And that goes double for kids: Christmas is over; school is about to start again; summer seems far, far away. Get them over the sulks by finding a way to get them involved, especially in decisions like relocation or a switch to a new school.
6. Resolve to do some reading
Ditch the Cinderella stories and happily-ever-after tales for nonfiction that celebrates the next phase of your life. Three that will see you into the New Year nicely:
- Better Than Before: Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Lives. Gretchen Rubin, author of self-help blockbusters The Happiness Project and Happier at Home, explores the way that habits can control our lives—and how we can control our habits.
- Year of Yes: How to Dance It Out, Stand In the Sun and Be Your Own Person. Superstar television writer/producer Shonda Rhimes’ story of how she challenged herself to get out of her comfort zone—and what came next.
- The Path Made Clear. Incorporating interviews and advice from the likes of Eckhart Tolle and Elizabeth Gilbert, Oprah Winfrey addresses readers who are at a crossroads in life.
7. Resolve to protect your bank balance
Divorce does not come cheap. Over and above legal fees, you’re no longer splitting household expenses. And you may have to finance a move, new furniture, or a new car—all while coping with post-holiday bills. One way to do it: liquidating assets you no longer need, such as unwanted, unworn wedding jewellery, diamonds, designer jewellery, or luxury watches. Click the button below to sell unwanted jewellery and watches for cash or store credit.
How to sell your jewellery
WP Diamonds provides a streamlined solution to selling wedding jewellery, diamonds, designer jewellery, or luxury watches. Selling with WP Diamonds is so simple and so fast that the entire process can take as little as 48 hours. Thanks to our international presence, global connections, and team of experts, we always provide our clients with honest and competitive cash offers. Our trustworthy selling process has earned us hundreds of excellent reviews from satisfied customers.
To start the selling process today:
- Complete our online form with information about your wedding jewellery, diamonds, designer jewellery, or luxury watches.
- Our experts will contact you with a price quote.
- Getting your final offer is just as easy. You can schedule a complimentary appointment at one of our offices in Birmingham, London, New York, or Hong Kong. Or, for your convenience, request a free and fully insured Royal Mail Special Delivery Pack.
- Once our experts evaluate your items, we will provide our final offer. You can accept a bank transfer OR choose a store credit to get an additional 10 percent. Best of all: We have no hidden fees or commissions—the final price is exactly how much you will be paid.
Click the button below to see how much you can earn for your wedding jewelry, diamonds, designer jewellery, or luxury watches.