The Bermuda Triangle of Parenting

This year as a mom has been a personal transformation. I’m coming to the realization that I’m not a mom of babies anymore and I’m mourning the loss of their baby fat and cries and snuggles and sniffles. In my rational mind I’m screaming at myself for saying I miss it because while I was... Continue Reading →

Four corners of your success

A few weeks ago, one of my employees asked me what I did to get where I am today. Just like everyone else, I have a hindsight story of opportunities and circumstances. While that’s all interesting, unless you’re going back in time and trying to replicate my career to this point, it’s not helpful for... Continue Reading →

How to stop fighting about money

It’s no secret that one of the main things couples fight about is money. It doesn’t matter if you have none or have a ton, the amount of money doesn’t change the tension around it. The reasons for this are numerous stemming from societal pressures, misaligned value assignments, childhood learning, etc. Those are all interesting... Continue Reading →

Everyone is Watching. All. The. Time.

If you have kids, eventually there will come a time when you recognize yourself in them. They’ll say something, make a reference, or demonstrate a habit that they clearly picked up from you. At first, it’s cute and ego boosting, then suddenly it turns terrifying. Oh crap, they watch everything I do and say. That... Continue Reading →

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