It’s been a minute. So thank you for hanging with me. My mindset has changed, and I am open to and inviting opportunities. I will say “yes” first and think about the steps after. I’m ready to embrace all that life presents and am willing to challenge myself to be better. Join me on this journey. Set goals and smash them.Read More
“What I love most about reading: It gives you the ability to reach higher ground. And keep climbing.” — Oprah Winfrey
A lot of nothing business related. I read magazines, watched TV and binged on social media. I’m owning it. Click the link and go read why I read what I did. :)Read More
“WorkParty is a new approach to work for a new generation of women. We’re here to inspire the next gen of CEOs and bosses who can make all the change we’ve been talking about real. And we can do it on our own terms and have some fun in the process.” – Jaclyn Johnson
What are you waiting for? Click the link to read my review on WorkParty!
P.S. So, it’s officially October. And it’s not lost on me that I am posting my September reading in October. The book is so good that I think you’ll all overlook the delay.Read More
Pick Three was a great book. It was a fun read and most of all it helped me lose the guilt. I also love embracing a lopsided life. Want to embrace your lopsided life too? Check out my blog to find out how.
“This year I made an oath to myself to stop feeling guilty about everything. Guilty about not being perfect all the time (or ever, really), guilty for not having the most exemplary wardrobe or flawless body, guilty for eating too much gluten or drinking too much coffee, guilty for making investments or taking career risks that don’t pan out, guilty for not responding to every e-mail, guilty for not being the perfect mom, wife, or friend. (I’m exhausted just writing about all this unnecessary guilt.)” – Randi Zuckerberg
Check out what I thought about Kind is the New Classy.
“Kindness is powerful, because – think about it – kindness transcends every barrier we can put up between us, whether religious, political, racial, or anything else that divides us.” – Candace Cameron Bure