Let’s not forget about giving thanks — really giving thanks and meaning it, on Thanksgiving and beyond.
We don’t all have a choice about our circumstances in life — where and when you were born, your skin color, gender and medical condition when you were born, the resources your family had were all dealt to you. We do… Read More ›
Michael Carroll, business coach and author of Awake At Work, suggested five ways to create balance at work, making work a more pleasant environment as an important part of our lives instead of only something to be shoved back to make room for life.
I’ve been seeing several people sharing daily posts about gratitude on Facebook this month, in honor of Thanksgiving. It warms my heart to see friends not just giving 90 seconds of lip service to gratitude before eating entirely too much… Read More ›
All over America, kids are playing with new toys and piles of wrapping paper are stuffed into trash bags. Perhaps you’re breathing a sigh of relief that the trips to crowded stores are over, along with the damage to your… Read More ›
So many people are stressed out today about so many things: why is my brother always late? will these lumps come out of the gravy? can you even believe how long that security line was at the airport? In a… Read More ›
Today’s installment in the “Things I Have Learned” series comes from a colleague at my first job after college, where I worked as a reporter at the Alpena News. If you’ve never heard of Alpena, think cold. It’s five hours… Read More ›