Books and Bookish Goals

Last year, I made a goal to read 44 books.  I knew I would have an unpredictable year, so I gave myself a goal of reading 4 books a month with a month of margin.  Apparently, I needed that margin because as the year ended, my life became very busy!  I managed to just barely… Continue reading Books and Bookish Goals

Why I thought about leaving Social Media (And why I did not)

I think everyone can relate to the love-hate relationship that is social media.  I’ve been on social media for almost 15 years.  Over that time, I’ve connected with people from my past and present that I wouldn’t have been able to without social media.  There is no doubt that it has been an amazing tool.… Continue reading Why I thought about leaving Social Media (And why I did not)

The Self-Evolved Leader: A Review

The Self-Evolved Leader: Elevate Your Focus and Develop Your People In a World That Refuses to Slow Down by Dave McKeown I was given this book to review by the publisher. To be completely honest, I don't think I'm the target audience for this book since I am not presently in a leadership position. However,… Continue reading The Self-Evolved Leader: A Review

Not What I Thought I Would Say Today.

I'm dreading this post, but I know it needs to be done. I know it's probably obvious to some people, but it really didn't dawn on me that I would come to this conclusion. I'm going on another hiatus. This time it's going to be indefinite. I know that sounds ultra-melodramatic. But I didn't just… Continue reading Not What I Thought I Would Say Today.

Pregnancy and Infant Loss Rememberance Day

All around the country today, there will be candles lit for babies lost. I became a part of this community in 2013. It's a community of compassion and welcome, though no member wishes anyone had to join it. Recently, I was sitting in the OB waiting room, waiting for an annual check up appointment. I… Continue reading Pregnancy and Infant Loss Rememberance Day