• Gracefully Grieving

    Color and Grace Turns Six Years Old!

    6 years ago today, I started my fashion blog www.colorandgrace.com. At that time, helping petite women look good and feel good was my mission. 3 years ago, I quit my full-time teaching job and became a full-time social media influencer. My little blog audience grew into more 130k followers over multiple channels. I have broadened my focus to lifestyle topics which included beauty, travel and wellness. Today, my Gracefully Grieving Energy Healing Online Class has officially launched. I have transformed once again and am now a life coach/online course creator that helps women live gracefully. 6 years is not that long nor that short but it seems like a whole…

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    International Widow’s Day: What It Means To Be a Widow

    You may not know it but today is International Widow’s Day! I didn’t know about it until I became a widow myself three and a half years ago. There are many people who tell me that I don’t look like a widow because I am too happy, too powerful and too put together! So it got me thinking that it is time to redefine the term WIDOW. Or better yet, what should an awakened, empowered widow look like? A widow is a woman whose world was unwilling destroyed and shattered. Being sad, angry, confused and scared is normal for widows at the very beginning stages of grief. But at the…

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    Turning Grief into Growth: Celebrating My Wedding Anniversary

    Today marks my 4th wedding anniversary without my late husband Bob. We first met each other 16 years ago in Shanghai and 3 years later we got married.  Back on 6/18 of 2017, my step-daughter and I went to a Korean BBQ restaurant to celebrate this special day and we dedicated a toast to Bob. The next day, we hosted a life celebration party to honor my late husband. Instead of a funeral, my husband requested that we have a big party to celebrate his life. It was a success! Over a hundred people came and shared their stories about Bob. I was both laughing and crying when I listened to…

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