Recently I was at my monthly Library Club meeting. Before I carry on with the muse had to say, I want to clarify that this Library Club does not take place in an actual library but in a pub.
You have been there many times. You get to the end of the month and suddenly you find an abundance of cash still in your bank account. You wish! Don’t you just hate that?
(This post was originally published on LinkedIn. To view the original, click here) I will get right to the point – NO! Now I guess you would like to know why, so keep reading and please disagree with me too. I love to hear other points of view on the subject. Why am I fueled… Read More
Recently I attended a live stage production of “Miracle on 34th Street at our local theatre. If you haven’t seen it or even know about it, it is one of those feel-good movies that is one of my favorites at this time of year. The plot is simple, an elderly gentleman who goes by the… Read More
Last week’s article referred to the Ladder and how we make decisions. This article would then make this part two of the Ladder series. Click this link to read “In Search for Poop.” Part one. The Ladder is a way of describing how we make decisions, process information, and develop conclusions about ourselves, others, and… Read More
The door was left open…shit! (Alright, that was not exactly what I said. I said, “Oh look, someone must have left the door open. Since I am the only one here, I guess it was me. I better close it now and go back to work.” NOT! I panicked! While I didn’t become frantic, (okay… Read More
I just finished reading a very interesting article by Benjamin Sledge, a blogger with Heart Support, a site dedicated to helping those that are struggling with life’s toughest challenges. The blog that caught my attention is called, “You Might Not Actually Be Struggling With Depression” but you may be dealing with depression’s lesser known evil… Read More
It’s OK to not be OK! World Mental Health Day (10 October) is a day for global mental health education, awareness, and advocacy against social stigma. It was first celebrated in 1992 at the initiative of the World Federation for Mental Health, a global mental health organization with members and contacts in more than 150… Read More
My inspiration comes from many directions and at various times. Many of those times are just not so darn convenient ! Like driving in the car and suddenly these great earth shattering blog posts ideas come in and I go, “NO…not now, I’m driving!”
You have probably read so many of these type memes on your favorite social media site. They are very clever sayings to get you motivated to possibly change something in your life. They make us feel good and by the number of likes and shares these quotes get, we love to feel good!