I’ve heard many say that they don’t like to Zoom. I’m sure each has her reasons. On the flip side of that issue, here are the top 10 reasons I really like zooming: Getting ready for a Zoom call is effortless, almost. So little of the body shows. I can throw on a sweater, earrings […]
When you think the word CREATIVITY, what thought comes to mind first? The first thing I hear in my head is the word “fluffy.” A second is “made up stuff.” On the surface, creativity does not usually hold a high place of importance for everyday life, but maybe, “there’s a little bit more” to it
One thought to consider. When you notice that someone you’re talking with has a lot to say, make sure you provide a place to RECEIVE whatever it is. This is the season of giving and receiving, and yet to RECEIVE what is in someone’s heart and on someone’s mind is the best gift we can give
I took a break to see the TAYLOR SWIFT concert movie yesterday. (It was great, by the way.) I wanted the SWIFT experience for under $20, so I bought my ticket to the IMAX theatre in Tempe. While sharing my plans, no less than five people were surprised that I would consider going to a
I’d Rather be Dorothy of The Wizard of OZ than Andy of The Devil Wears Prada In considering the lives of the two main characters (Dorothy and Andy) in the movies The Wizard of OZ and The Devil Wears Prada, it seems as if Dorothy is in a better position for living a beautiful life.
When women meet, it’s a sole to soul journey. Imagine getting together for coffee with a woman new to your network. This one-on-one meeting is a good way to hear the stories that reveal who she is and how she sees the world. Getting to know a person is like peeling an onion. To
Growing up on the farm south of Harmony, Minnesota, we ate BIRTHDAY CAKE in July. Mom, Dad and the first four kids in my family were born in July; including me! When I heard this birthday story at camp this year, I asked permission to share it.Â The storyâ€™s creator is an Episcopal priest named Susana
We each have father stories. For some reason, the word FATHER was mentioned multiple times on the American Idol show this season. Many of the contestants had lost their fathers, and the song “Monsters,” written by James Blunt, was sung a few times, bringing strong emotions. Ever since the show ended, I find myself playing
Memorial Day hit me as we watched the parade in Harmony. This was years ago when I was in college. As I remember it, we were entertaining visitors from the great city of Chicago that weekend. We stood on Main Street, caught up in all the things 20 year olds do and say and think.