Equanimity, freedom

Get Motivated

As I drove into work on last Tuesday, my car connected with my phone. I backed out of my garage, waiting for the sound to fill my morning. Instead of playing the audiobook that I am currently listening to, it began playing music randomly from my iTunes library. The first song that began to play… Continue reading Get Motivated

Equanimity, Thoughts

Rags to RICHES

I was catching up with a friend recently and I was telling her about all the things I had going on. As you know, I recently returned from Scotland and Ireland. But outside of that, I went on a business trip to Washington, D.C. and am an active participant in my kids school and after… Continue reading Rags to RICHES

Equanimity, freedom, Thoughts

You are Here.

I just returned from a conference in work and one of the keynote speakers blew me away. If you get a moment, please look up Vernice Armour. You will not be disappointed, I promise. During her presentation, she delivered many nuggets of wisdom but what I wanted to share is about being present. She asked… Continue reading You are Here.

Thoughts, Writing

Write time, Write place

September was a great month! I had the privilege of attending the Connecticut writing conference. The Connecticut romance writers association put on a great event and I walked away with so many nuggets of knowledge. I celebrated my birthday in Scotland and Ireland! It was such a great historic and beautiful trip and I cannot… Continue reading Write time, Write place

Thoughts

My birthday post

In two days, I will be 35! I was born in Buffalo, New York on Sunday, September 18, 1983. I have learned so much about myself in the last year! Since turning 34, I have learned to focus on myself. Not only focus on myself but to also put myself first. For the first time… Continue reading My birthday post

Equanimity, Thoughts

Time to disconnect

We live in a technology driven world and it has forever changed the way we perceive life. I remember growing up with just a television, family, friends and the outdoors. I don't want to turn this into one of those posts. You know the ones: back in my day... but I do want to just… Continue reading Time to disconnect