"Each of us has the right and the responsibility to assess the roads which lie ahead, and those over which we have traveled, and if the future road looms ominous or unpromising, and the roads back uninviting, then we need to gather our resolve and, carrying only the necessary baggage, step off that road into … Continue reading Maya Angelou, Book Quote of the Week
It’s in most people’s nature, specifically women to take care of others and put the needs of others before ourselves. In trying times such as the current political climate or just daily life, it’s easy to become overwhelmed and neglect yourself. Whether it’s an impromptu shopping trip, or blowing off friends for alone time, those … Continue reading Reclaiming your Time: Self Care is not Selfish
Besides writing, reading is my passion. I try to read at least two to three books a week. I'm testing out different genres although I tend to venture towards romance and literary fiction. I'm always looking for new authors to explore and new books to read and just finished a Jodi Picoult and Colleen Hoover … Continue reading What are you reading?
The alarm goes off, Keurig fired up, jump in the shower, put clothes on, makeup (if applicable) applied, files and any other work material gathered and you set off to yet another day at work. Putting on some good tunes or listening to funny morning radio talk can lighten your mood and put you in … Continue reading Trying to stay out of jail: Coworker edition
I was introduced to the wonderful world of podcasts earlier this year. I’ve heard about them for ages but I’m a music junkie with a short attention span, therefore I didn’t think listening to someone talk for an hour would keep me interested. I’m happy to admit that I was wrong. When I was feeling … Continue reading Podcast Recommendations