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Renee Dubeau

Finding your magic after life kicks your ass.

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How Liz Gilbert Kicked my Ass.

I have a handful of badass lady authors who I absolutely love. I love them for their realness, candor and unbelievable talent. I love them for their examples of what it means to live authentically without apology, to be who... Continue Reading →

What if we Skip the Thoughts and Prayers, and do Something About School Violence?

“I’d jump in front of a bullet if it meant I’d save someone else.” The words stopped me in my tracks. "Please, don’t be a hero. You’re my only son.” Was all I could say. I’d never heard something so... Continue Reading →

Why Planning a Wedding in your Forties Rocks.

"You must be so stressed with all the wedding planning!" With our May wedding quickly approaching, I've heard this from just about everybody. I don't think they even believe me when I tell them how stress-free and fun the process... Continue Reading →

Don’t Wait. Life Happens Now.

I lost a dear friend this week to a sudden cardiac event. It happened without warning, leaving us shocked, and so very sad. He was not an old man- just a few years older than me. He was not the... Continue Reading →

Resolution Revolution

As the new year quickly approaches, many of us are preparing for the same old, tired resolutions as every year before. Most of us probably want to lose weight, quit smoking or drinking <insert applicable vice here>, pay off debt,... Continue Reading →

Choosing my legacy- the saddest funeral ever.

“She made the best chocolate chip cookies.” Everyone in the room agreed. Her cookies were the absolute best. They were the perfect ratio of crispy edge to chewy middle. Soft, but not doughy. Crisp, but not too crunchy. Buttery and... Continue Reading →

What if we skip the thoughts and prayers, and do something about school violence?

“I’d jump in front of a bullet if it meant I’d save someone else.” The words stopped me in my tracks. Please, don’t be a hero. You’re my only son.” Was all I could say. I’d never heard something so... Continue Reading →

It’s ok not to be ok.

“Fine.” It’s the superficial answer we give when someone asks how we’re doing today. “Fine.” It’s the word we choose to describe something when we don’t want to get into why it isn’t horrible, but probably could be better. “Fine.”... Continue Reading →

The Intuitive Language of our Dreams

I was sailing a small boat out on the ocean, alone. Except, I wasn’t really alone. Another small vessel followed closely behind me. It approached the side of my boat, and I walked over to say hello. On the other... Continue Reading →

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