I read a poem in Dear Abby that not only brought tears to my eyes, but opened them as well. It was written by Edna Massimilla and she wrote this poem after her daughter was born with Down’s syndrome. Continue reading
Who did you get your first lesson in leadership from? It was likely your mother. From the moment she taught you how to share your toys or play nicely with others, your mom was showing you how to be a true leader. And let’s face it. We need some REAL leaders today!
In honor of Mother’s Day, I want to share this fantastic blog post by Tanveer Naseer, a Leadership Coach. I highly recommend that you check this out. Read more.
I recently accepted a full-time job and the first question I got from people when they heard the news was “Are you going to stop blogging?” My response was a resounding “NO!” Continue reading
This phrase came to me while I was folding clothes today. Odd, yes, I agree. But hear me out for a minute. Continue reading
As a new guest blogger for Market Mommy, I thought I would write about one of the most common mistakes mompreneurs make – trying to do it all. Sound familiar? To read more about why this is a recipe for disaster as a parent and as a small business owner, click here.
My most recent MaMaZiNa magazine guest blog post speaks about the importance of seeing ourselves through our children’s eyes, without all the flaws and unrealistic expectations. To read more, click here.