Sep 062014

Maureen’s Column
Maureen Keyte - Life


Whether you are in your 20s, 30s, 40s or more, life is full of transitions, isn’t it? Most all life transitions, whether positive or negative, bring along challenges and emotions that can pull at your heartstrings. Fortunately, transitions are often followed by greater self-awareness, wisdom and a deeper understanding of life. More than likely, we will all go through, or are in the middle of, or have already gone through some universal transition themes such as career changes, relocation, empty nest, health issues, marriage, divorce, newly single, or reinvention after 40…and beyond. There is a healthy way to go through these transitions and come out the other side a better version of you!

Writer and Personal Coach Maureen Keyte gets to The Heart of the Matter sharing insights on emotions, self-esteem, self-sabotage, forgiveness, overcoming fear, reestablishing joy, and learning to create a happy life through any situation. As the old saying goes, “It’s not what happens to you, but how you handle it that matters.” Maureen offers inspiration to get back up when knocked down by life… and to stand tall in creating a joyful, healthy, balanced, and fulfilling next life phase.



Maureen Keyte is a Certified Personal Coach and Professional Writer with a passion for helping others through life transitions in order to become the best versions of themselves. Her writing has been published in several regional and national print and online publications. She is also a grant and marketing writer for non-profit agencies and businesses that focus on empowering women and young girls.

In her spare time, Maureen enjoys reading, traveling, spinning, new adventures and as a self-proclaimed foodie – cooking and dining out with family and friends. She also serves on the Board of Directors for a regional non-profit organization, Sisters U@, whose mission is to educate and engage women in the community. Maureen lives in beautiful Bucks County, Pennsylvania in the suburbs of Philadelphia with her “heart that matters most,” her daughter Jillian.