I have a family history of breast cancer which shouldn't equate to waiting to die. Awareness isn't enough.
Statistically speaking, your shiny new resolution is going to fail. But it doesn't have to if you decide to dig a little deeper. Each year, as the calendar resets, our culture encourages us to wipe the slate clean and have a new beginning. But just like life and business, a good idea alone doesn’t make... Continue Reading →
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 →
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 →
My mom having cancer and then eventually dying from it has been the dominating story line of my life. It got me to where I am, which isn’t so bad, but it’s also done some damage that led me to my stuck place in life and I’m just now open to seeing it. My mom... Continue Reading →
About 2 years ago I was stuck. I had climbed all the ladders that were laying around and the only thing that was next was a big scary jump. I knew that I had stalled. I had learned the obvious lessons from my boss and the people around me. I had already experienced a few... Continue Reading →
Because I'll never be ready. I'm drowning in this thing they call patience. First you have to learn it when you're in a relationship, but that really doesn't hold a candle to the patience you need when you become a parent. The birthing classes should really be replaced with an intense course where you learn... Continue Reading →