Our daughter Brooke was home last week and got me hooked on a Hulu series called Only Murders in the Building. It’s a quippy, quirky, whodunnit kind of comedy-drama and stars Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez. Their three characters have a shared interest in true crime podcasts and work together to investigate a death in the apartment building
#RealLifeWonderWoman — Meet Samantha Baker
This week’s #RealLifeWonderWoman embodies strength! She uses her superpowers to help others confidentially tap into their own inner strength. Sammie Baker is not your typical wellness coach. She’s the ultimate wellness coach! She understands how intimate and personalized wellness is from one individual to another. Her powerful methods are grounded in self care, compassion and personal responsibility. Sammie has over a
#RealLifeWonderWoman — Meet Ashley Johnson
Welcome to #WonderWomanWednesday! Today you get to meet #RealLifeWonderWoman Ashley Johnson, a self-proclaimed “small town girl” who is a wife and mom to four children. Family is a huge priority in her life. She savors time with her kids (most days!) and keeps plenty busy with all of their varying activities. In addition, she’s from a close-knit family who supports
Garbage In=Garbage Out
There’s something on my to-do list that I’ve been dreading to do. I’ve put it off for nearly a month, but today’s the day I must tackle it. I must set up my brand new laptop computer. Just thinking about it gives me hives. You see, I’m a bit tech-challenged. Plus, I really like my current laptop. I’ve had it
Let’s Celebrate 2021 with Champagne and Sprinkles ALL Year Long!
If you’ve read my posts for any length of time, you know I’m big on perspective. And positivity. And celebrating the good stuff in life. Life’s too short to not sip the bubbly or enjoy the cake. And after the year we’ve just had, it is more important than ever to recognize and celebrate milestones and successes, no matter how
2020…Let it go!
Last winter I had the joy of leading a session at a women’s retreat in the beautiful lake country of Wisconsin. I’d been asked to share a message that would inspire the attendees and also set them up for success in the new year. Many were business owners and entrepreneurs, and all were hard-working, creative types with tremendous passion and
BLOOM: Don’t let comparison cloud your perspective!
Last week, I took a call from a client who had to postpone a summer conference until next year. Yes, another one of my 2020 keynote speaking engagements evaporated into thin air. (sigh) After thanking them for their business and letting them know I completely understood and supported their decision, I hung up the phone and did what came naturally…I
Go Bananas! Let your coworkers know you care.
I was walking through Target on Saturday, February 15th. It had been a few weeks since I’d visited this happy place—the place that greets you with the scent of Starbucks as you walk in and bright, colorful displays teasing you immediately to the dollar section. Smiling employees, wearing their red and khaki, offering to assist you and the lure of