Tonight, the night after a long successful month, I find myself restless again. A few weeks ago I asked some friends on Facebook what topic I should blog about next and the response voting for “Goals – When to fight and when to let go?” surprised me. Before I go on reflecting on my recent goal-setting […]Read more "Goals- When to fight and when to let go?"
Last night I wrote briefly about avoiding the mirror for any unhealthy judgmental reasons. Tonight I invite you to help me discover (and live out) wonderful excuses for needing the mirror check. I share my Top Ten Delicious Reasons To Check The Mirror 1) Love your spouse so much in the morning you have to […]Read more "Delicious Life Reasons To Look In The Mirror"
This is the blog I meant to write last week. My husband and I fall into the DINK category (Dual Income No Kids), but I consider us DIDDs (Dual Income Dos Dogs). Society tends to assume DINKS roll in dough, work out in expensive gyms regularly, collect fine wines in fancy cellars, and travel the […]Read more "Plan, Bike, Cook, Love – The Idea of Planning a Successful Week"
This morning I heard a very interesting news story on NPR on my drive to work. The story talked about the dreaded Annual Review and the different points of view about this much-practiced tradition in the work place. When I looked up the story online, 89 comments showed up below it, some in defense of […]Read more "USA Workers Rank Low for Passion at Work, but Show Very Passionate Responses to NPR News"
Homemade soup equals best lunch break. That’s my six word work story. Bam! My hubby used this recipe.Read more "Homemade soup equals best lunch break."
Yes, what you see in the featured image of this blog post is the fresh hand made tortellini that Dave and I created one of the first weekends home alone in our own kitchen. What you see is a dream come true for us. One of the reasons we fell in love with this 106-year-old […]Read more "Tasty Team Work"
I hunted down my job with stealth. I yearned for this early trout season since the season close last fall. But I’m onto a new hunt now that I possess a “comfort letter” from my loan officer- houses. For those of you who do not know, this house, the house Dave and I someday may […]Read more "Sales Jobs and Houses and Trout, Oh My!"