The Power of Pause

The physical distancing in place to help slow the spread COVID-19 has forced so many of us to press the pause button. Much to my dismay, I cancelled two personal trips this month to see friends and family I love. My future speaking engagements (which rock my world to give) have been cancelled, and my upcoming…

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Avant Garde

I said yes when I really wanted to say no. I came up with excuses when it was time to go. I was not excited about stepping outside of my comfort zone. But, I did it. Not for myself, but for my daughter. I sucked it up and went to the gingerbread house decorating event. …

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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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My Little Love Line

I don’t wait for observations like Valentine’s Day to give my love to the people who matter. (I do love the excuse to eat a ton of candy though!) For all of my daughter’s years of life (she is 4) I say to her multiple times per week “I love you today, and every day, in each and every…

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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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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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