Posts From Thom Slade

Thom Slade
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“Healing for the broken hearted. A map, guide and community to move on positively/fantastically in life with a healthy beaming smile”
Thom. Thom is the originator and alter-ego of ivemovedon.com. Divorce Survivor, Single Parent, and now moving on to new adventures in Life. Follow his journey here every week, or on Instagram and Facebook.

Three Simple Words to Help Refocus During a Divorce

Not worth crying over spilt pizza Yesterday, I somehow flipped a pizza upside down in the oven and wasted an hour cleaning the burnt and melted cheese off every part

“Don’t stare at the horizon, move forward before your sun sets”

Get Motivated – “Don’t stare at the horizon, move forward before your sun sets” Thomism No. 71 Going through and living past a divorce is hard. But, You can do

A Cheerful visit to the Island of Loneliness and Despair

“Days turn into weeks, weeks into months since leaving the shores and the one you thought would travel with you on this journey for life. But they are on their

Divorce – Glass Half Full – More Bed Action

Perfect Partner - No snoring or cold feet. Before you get all excited and think this is a post-divorce sex tips article, settle down. There are plenty of other pieces

“Sail safe, at your speed, navigating towards your choice of destination.”

Get Motivated – “Sail safe, at your speed, navigating towards your choice of destination.” Thomism No. 133 Going through and living past a divorce is hard. But, You can do

Heading Out & Diving Deep

After hauling the heavy anchor of your past on board, it would be easy to rest your tired arms, sunning on the gently lapping water, but your sails wave wildly

Finding Direction

When you broke your glasses, In a snowstorm, at night without stars… Oh Life… Where for art  thou direction. Now before you picture Thom wandering aimlessly though the barren wilderness,

“Nobody travels on the road to success without a puncture or two.”

  Get Motivated – “Nobody travels on the road to success without a puncture or two.” Navjot Singh Sidhu You can do this. Keep breathing and keep moving on. To