Last Summer, I was at a career crossroads doubting my skills, lacking direction, and feeling lost and dejected. This year, that's all gone.
Perhaps you’ve noticed a rhythm to your creative flow. If not, it’s time to pay attention.
If you choose not to, I understand, being an ally isn't for everyone. But please don't mistake neutrality as a positive.
As shocking as this killing is, it’s also not shocking at all. And that’s what’s really sad.
It's been a long time since I've opened the cage. I misplaced the key--when and where I can't recall.
I made the mistake of breaking habit, thinking I had done enough and by the time I realized my time off was too long, it was too late.
Instead of telling a sad story about what we’ll miss, I thought it better to share the lessons Tara unknowingly taught through her life.
Sometimes I need to stop. Then I can pay attention to life around me, see beauty, enjoy simplicity, love deeply, contribute to my community.
Extroverts, please take note: this simple advice will make life easier for both you and your beloved introvert.
I’m no expert and I don’t think any of us can make that claim. I find peace in simple, honest principles to guide how I raise my daughters.
The past few months have been interesting, both personally and professionally. Remarkable because of the constant state of tension—being...
My ego was satisfied but my spirit waned. I couldn’t imagine working there until retirement.