The Employment Gap Survival Guide (Part 1)

The Employment Gap Survival Guide (Part 1)

This may be the land of opportunity, but looking for one is not as fun as it sounds; Sabbatical. Time Off. Soul Searching. Freedom. Call it what you want. If you are in the club, you are essentially job searching, full time. And until you are in it, I think it’s hard...

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The Struggle Is Real

The Struggle Is Real

I sit here on my couch with a fresh manicure, a “do it yourself” facial mask waiting to dry, and a glass of freshly poured Ravenswood Zinfandel. What’s all the to-do for you ask? Well, in honor of International Woman’s Day, I thought it was appropriate to put this...

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Square Peg, Round Hole

Square Peg, Round Hole

Square peg, round hole. Square peg, round hole. It’s really not that difficult. You just have to adjust the shape just a teeny, tiny bit, or find a hole big enough to get your big, fat square ideas in there. No, I don’t want to stay on this same road until inevitably...

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A Story of Strength

A Story of Strength

Today, I want to talk about STRENGTH. Strength of character, strength of convictions, strength to accept that which we cannot change. Strength to overcome grief, disappointment and loss. Strength to overcome adversity and statistics. When I think about what it means...

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Willow Speaking

Willow Speaking

When I was young, I had a lot of feelings that I really didn’t know what to do with. And often, I let out those feelings in a poem. I still do from time to time. Willow Speaking Whispering willow what do you say as your branches sway? Your long hair turning brilliant...

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Calling All Believers

Calling All Believers

Sometimes what you really need is a believer. When the wind has come out of your sails and the world seems against you, your tribe of people are so important. And the tribe may not be who you think they are. The stranger at the bar that tells you it’s going to be ok....

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The Struggle Is Real

The Struggle Is Real

I sit here on my couch with a fresh manicure, a “do it yourself” facial mask waiting to dry, and a glass of freshly poured Ravenswood Zinfandel. What’s all the to-do for you ask? Well, in honor of International Woman’s Day, I thought it was appropriate to put this...

read more
Square Peg, Round Hole

Square Peg, Round Hole

Square peg, round hole. Square peg, round hole. It’s really not that difficult. You just have to adjust the shape just a teeny, tiny bit, or find a hole big enough to get your big, fat square ideas in there. No, I don’t want to stay on this same road until inevitably...

read more
A Story of Strength

A Story of Strength

Today, I want to talk about STRENGTH. Strength of character, strength of convictions, strength to accept that which we cannot change. Strength to overcome grief, disappointment and loss. Strength to overcome adversity and statistics. When I think about what it means...

read more
Willow Speaking

Willow Speaking

When I was young, I had a lot of feelings that I really didn’t know what to do with. And often, I let out those feelings in a poem. I still do from time to time. Willow Speaking Whispering willow what do you say as your branches sway? Your long hair turning brilliant...

read more
Calling All Believers

Calling All Believers

Sometimes what you really need is a believer. When the wind has come out of your sails and the world seems against you, your tribe of people are so important. And the tribe may not be who you think they are. The stranger at the bar that tells you it’s going to be ok....

read more
The Power of Distance

The Power of Distance

My theme for this posting has become very apparent over the past week; write the truth. Fo sho. I agree 100% and that’s why I want to make sure that the people out there reading this know that while leaving my job felt good at the time (and still does feel right), I...

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