Sometimes life gives you a second chance, or even two! Not always, but sometimes. It’s what you do with those second chances that counts.” ~ Dave Wilson
Imagine if we only had one chance in life to be happy or successful.
In our careers.
In our choice of friends.
Or in love.
What a very sad world it would be if we were all doomed to work in jobs we hated or to hang around people we no longer connect with. Worse yet, what if we lost our chance at love after the death of our partner?
Today’s show is both happy and sad as we talk about second chances in life and love. Our guest knows more than most on the topic and we’re pleased to have her back on the show to share big news in her life and how she has moved on from tragic loss to find love again. It’s an inspiring story of moving forward, even when you think you can’t, and what can result if you just keep on going.
For a bit of background, we recommend listening way back to episode #6 when we first met Michelle and heard about her the story of losing her husband.
But First, a Word from Our Sponsor
Today’s show is sponsored by Minna Life, whose mission is to improve women’s sexual experience through beautiful, well-made products that are smart and intuitive. They sent us their popular Limon product, and let’s just say it’s given our relationship a new buzz. Check out their sophisticated line of products for women and couples at MinnaLife.com.
About Our Guest
Michelle Steinke’s dream is to help as many people as possible find stress relief and renewal of life through health and fitness. She is the founder of OneFitWidow.com, and she found her way to fitness after the death of her husband in 2009. Michelle says the endorphins and physical challenges healed her pain and transformed her body, and she is on a mission to help other people take practical steps to rejoining life with vigor. Sign up for the One Fit Widow Facebook page for daily inspiration on living life to the fullest and celebrating what Michelle calls the “non-scale” victories in life.
Listen to the Show
On next week’s show, we’ll be talking to a guest who took her long-distance relationship offline. It’s an old-fashioned love story with a modern twist, and you won’t want to miss it.
Don’t be late for your date with Married with Luggage next Wednesday!