There’s no two ways about it. Covid sucks. So do masks. But what’s the alternative? ..I’ve been thinking a lot about this lately and thought I’d share a quick story. It goes like this – If there’s someone you know who you think might benefit from hearing this story please share! And if it resonated with you please let me know in the comments.

Hey again, So, miraculously, I survived the writing and publishing of my first blog post since the universe handed me that extra-large shit sandwich. The one I told you about last week. But, just barely. I’m not gonna lie (not that I’ve been lying up until now) but this whole experience left me feeling nauseous and nursing a giant “sharing” hangover. You know the kind. It’s that intensely uncomfortable feeling you get when you have a flashback of some awkward comment you made at a party the night before. Yeah,

Hi again dear friend – I’m baaack! Sorry to have been MIA for so long. I wish I could tell you that it was because I was doing some sort of exciting, “Eat, Pray, Love” – like travel adventure or, that I’d won the lottery. Sadly, the reality is far less glamorous. You see it’s just that life, some of the harder, suckier parts of life got in my way. In truth, for a time it caused something of a “full stop”. But the good news is, thankfully, things are

Ok so by now you probably know, I’m a total sucker for productivity hacks. If there’s an article about a way to do things faster or easier or a hack for getting more done in your day I’ve probably read it. Along the way I’ve come across plenty of things that didn’t work or just weren’t worth the money. Lucky for you, I won’t bore you with any of those here. I will however, share the 8 very best and cheapest apps (most are free) I’ve found and use whenever

  Every child is born an artist. The problem is how to remain one as we grow up. – Pablo Picasso I’ve always loved this quote.  But I’ve sometimes struggled to really put my finger on why. Initially I suppose I liked it because it conjured for me an image of a joyfully uninhibited child artist wandering freely from one thought to another, seeing infinite possibilities in her work and exhibiting a freedom that few adults seem to have the luxury to indulge. Now however, I find myself re-reading this quote

Of course you’ve heard that in her day Jackie O was known as a style icon and a person of exceptional elegance and grace. But did you also know that she was also known for her skill at writing moving personal notes and correspondence?  According to biographers, Shelly Branch and Sue Callaway, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis deftly used her trademark light blue stationary and loopy script to pen notes that charmed heads of state like President Charles De Galle, consoled former Washington Post President Katherine Graham after her husband’s suicide, and

Ok so, about a week ago it was Black Friday. Followed by Small Business Saturday, and then of course there was Cyber Monday and I don’t know what’s next – Adopt a Pet Thursday? And oh, is today something? If so I’ve lost track. At any rate, my head is spinning with all these crazy themed days. What are they all about anyway? – They’re about selling us stuff of course! My inbox is overrun. My junk folder alone has over 2000 emails from sites alerting me to their latest

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about “fit”. Not “fit” like how well my clothes fit, though as the holidays near with their never-ending opportunities for overindulgence I am somewhat obsessed by that type of fit too. Today however, I’m referring to finding the right fit in an environment. Like, for instance a college environment. My first born is in the midst of the college application process. If you’ve had the dubious distinction of enduring this unique and insidious form of torture sometime in the last few years then you

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