As you know if you read this blog or know me in person, I’ve been on a crusade to find a job these past few months, and am currently freelancing while looking for full-time work. Granted, I’d prefer a steady paycheck and to be part of a team, but I admit that freelancing has its […]
Archives for April 2013
I’ve been reading Lean In and trying to reserve comment until I finish the whole thing, but realize now that I have a lot more to say about the book than one post could logically cover, so I’m just jumping in and writing before I finish the book. Which I need to finish fast, btw, […]
About five weeks ago, I quit my job–the ultimate “never do this” move. Why? Because crying out of frustration every day about a job happens to fall into my “life is too short” category and I decided I was entitled to a one-time exception to the “never quit a job without having a new one” […]
I have to preface this post by saying that I do not, in any way, mean any disrespect to the parents of Michelle Miller, a 17 year-old girl in my community who was murdered over the weekend. As the mother of a 16 year-old girl, my heart goes out to them and I cannot fathom […]
I just returned from DigitalNow, a conference for association execs in Orlando, FL. It is a Disney event, which means the food and events are usually awesome. I presented a session with Andy Steggles about social media as viewed from the C-suite, attended a few sessions, got to spend some great time with friends I […]
Thoughts about whether bloggers feel less inspired to create these days now that blogging seems all about numbers and not so much about thoughts and words.