I’ve been at my new corporate job for three months. I’m past using the excuse of “new girl syndrome” but not quite at a level of expertise that I’m happy with. However, I am grateful for my colleagues who are so gracious in sharing their knowledge with me. I’m grateful that my children and I have adjusted relatively well to this new lifestyle. But… Continue reading
Recently I attended a Lunch and Learn at my new job where the topic that was being presented was “Strategic Inflection Points”. Strategic what? This phrase was coined by Andrew Grove, former CEO of Intel and refers to what happens to businesses when a major change takes place in their environment. Continue reading
The other day I saw the following quote by Von Clausewitz:
“He who defends all borders defends none.”
While these words are clearly meant to describe a strategy for battle, I found them to be eerily applicable to parenting. Continue reading
Recently I was sent a link to a post on newborncare.com on the topic of co-sleeping with your new baby. As someone who is known for sharing information that I think will help parents, I thought this was quite interesting. Whether you are for or against this somewhat ‘hot topic’, the points noted here are valid and worth considering as you think about your own decision. Read More.
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