Are you a parent who longs to be at home when at work? Do you sometimes wish to be at work when at home? This blogs relates experiences with children to the development of problem solving, communication, and finding humor in all aspects of life.Let Me Know What You Think?
As a mother to 2 small children, wife to a hardworking husband, and manager of a successful Marketing Operations team I've learned that lessons can be gained from my home life as well as work experience. These are my observations, takeaways, and words of advice for all working parents.
I appreciate hearing your questions, potential topics of interests, and own experiences.
I’ve noticed a social trend where people have taken to writing letters. A retro behavior occurring on a modern channel.
A letter to my future […]
The Women’s World Cup has kicked off and I’ll enjoy watching as these top athletes compete. I also have the pleasure of watching my […]
This weekend I had the first, of what I assume will be many, "talks" with my Daughter. I used the exact same book my […]
This past week I attended the SiriusDecisions Summit. It's an event filled with top analysts, thought leaders, forward-focused companies, and eager business leaders. […]
“It takes a village to raise a child.”
A quote made famous by Hillary Clinton and one that rings true.
Communities rally together, they develop task forces, to […]
My children love to argue. They like to argue with each other, and they especially love to argue if the purpose is to prove […]
I spent my weekend at Great Wolf Lodge. If you’re not familiar with Great Wolf Lodge, it’s a family indoor water park resort. […]
“So, what’s next?”
This is the question I dread, simply because I have no answer. I remember when it was an easy question because I […]
I had an interesting conversation with my Daughter’s teacher. My 7-year old had a difficult day at school that resulted in a few tears. […]
Last night I served bacon, eggs, and fruit for dinner. My children were shocked. “You can’t have breakfast for dinner!” I tried […]
Autumn is upon us and now is the time when the school bell rings in a new year. For parents this means dragging kids out […]
My biggest year in sales was 1989. I was 9 years-old. My most lucrative year in sales didn’t come until 16 years later. I pounded […]
I'm an admitted museum junkie. I can walk the halls of any art, history, or science museum for hours. I love to learn and museums […]
My first summer after graduation was a bummer. It was my first reality check. Outside my office window I’d hear kids laughing at a nearby […]
Over coffee with a friend we chatted about life.... actually about the expectations we had of our lives and how they compared to reality. My […]