Don’t Like Something? Stand Up and Change It!

“Life has no remote….get up and change it yourself!” ― Mark A. Cooper One of my dear friends is feeling overwhelmed. She is bringing work home with her, isn’t getting enough “off” time, personal priorities are taking a backseat to work and she isn’t feeling like she has reached her true professional potential. Can you…

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The Big Power of a Little Break

Last night after a long day of work, I was folding laundry with my daughter. I was tired and grouchy and was snippy. My daughter talks a lot and I wasn’t able to keep up with answering her questions and funneling her incredible energy while doing chores (which was the last thing I wanted to be doing after a…

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New Awakening, New Wild Web Woman Adventure

I left the confines of corporate hell over a decade ago. I could do my job anywhere as long as I had a computer and an internet connection, so having to commute to an office and deal with inefficiencies (water cooler talk, distractions, politics, time driving) and unnecessary expenses (dry cleaning, gas, work lunches) felt ridiculous to me….

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Know What You Want, Own What You Want

One of the biggest obstacles to getting what you want in life is knowing what you want in life. In preparation for a talk I am giving to a group of amazing women in business, I researched what it takes to reinvent or reinvigorate our lives – personally and professionally.  Being clear on what you want is the most challenging…

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On A New Path

This is my first personal blog post in over a year. As a woman who always has something to say, not be able to blog felt really out of character for me (especially because I blog for dozens of clients daily!). As I move into my 38th year of life and reflect on the past year, the reason I wasn’t a…

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I’m getting a hard-off

Being a business owner, mom and wife is not always easy. Running my company basically requires that I have functional ADHD to juggle administrative, operations and sales/marketing responsibilities to keep my company’s ship afloat. My husband travels 4-5 days a week for his job, so making sure my little pumpkin is healthy, fed, cleaned, clothed,…

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Get Your Life On a Positive Roll

leaving toilet paper roll

This is a real photo from the guest bathroom of my house.  Not only has the toilet paper roll gone un-replaced, but the roll on the toilet bowl is almost empty.  SERIOUSLY??!!! Leaving an empty toilet paper roll says one or more of these things: I don’t give a shit I’m too lazy to care…

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Sick… to Successful

I manage other people’s blogs for a living, yet when it came to sitting my wild web woman butt down to write the first post of my new personal blog, I came up with every excuse in the book not to.  My favorite procrastination excuse was it was probably not a good omen to write my…

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