Can we please stop turning holidays into competitive events?

The Fourth of July is right around the corner. This has by far always been one of my favorite holidays. Not just because we’re celebrating the independence of our nation, but because it’s a fun, stress-free time with family and Read More …

Campaign season love. Thanks for shaming me, now I’ll vote like you.

I love campaign season. I also love root canals and live organ donation. I’m not anti-American, or anti-politics. But I am anti -“EVERYONE SCREAMING AT EACH OTHER FOR 18 MONTHS BECAUSE THEY REALLY WANT YOU TO SEE THEIR PERSPECTIVE AND Read More …

20 Things That Delight Me About Turning 40

When I was in my twenties, a wise, older colleague of mine told me that women are at their most beautiful after they turn 50. I’m turning 40 this weekend, so though I still have a decade to go, I’m starting to Read More …

When Competition Divides Us Into Losers and Losers

In no way am I evolved or enlightened enough to be impervious to the thrill of competition. I love it when the Green Bay Packers win, and I feel defeated when they lose. I like it when the New England Read More …

Who are you at work? Are you on my list?

After spending a couple of decades in Corporate America, I’ve identified that no matter what industry, and what job, there are some common personalities that almost every company has on their payroll. So, who are YOU at work? See if Read More …

Leaving the rat race – who’s with me?

Leaving the rat race… I remember being a kid, when speed limits were much lower than they are now, and road rage would have been considered socially unacceptable and ridiculously immature. People expected to have to wait in line once in Read More …