Mistakes happen, but life goes on

I recently finished reading Jessica Bacal's Mistakes I Made at Work: 25 Influential Women Reflect on What They Got Out of Getting It Wrong. I was intrigued by the title and drawn into the promise that the book would feature, well at the risk of repeating the obvious, women in power admitting they had made mistakes.  … Continue reading Mistakes happen, but life goes on

We all need attitude adjustments sometimes

In one month I am going to be the proud parent of a kindergartener. I've already verified that I have more than one package of tissues ready in the house. I'm as ready as I can be. He, on the other hand is more than ready. He can read more than a few sight words, … Continue reading We all need attitude adjustments sometimes

The promises we make to ourselves are often the hardest to keep

We celebrated Easter over the weekend. My older sister came to visit with her family and we all celebrated with good food, conversation, and bags and bags of candy. I will be honest with you, I wanted to give myself a vacation from writing. What is the good of setting your own schedule if you … Continue reading The promises we make to ourselves are often the hardest to keep

Be accountable. Be a champion.

As I mentioned in an earlier post, I've recently had to become re-acquainted with housekeeping. Luckily, my eldest son is at a magical age. He is just old enough to be trusted with chores, and just young enough to feel a sense of reward based on mom and dad's praise alone rather than requiring the monetary … Continue reading Be accountable. Be a champion.

You have to dance like nobody’s watching

Have you had the pleasure of watching the Lego Movie, or heard the What Does The Fox Say song yet? No? Well if you ever found yourself near my house on a Friday night you would hear song, Everything is Awesome and the aforementioned song blasting on our speakers over and over again as my … Continue reading You have to dance like nobody’s watching