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How to Be Creative in 2 Easy Steps

How to be creative in two easy steps #creativity #creative #inspiration #careeradvice

how to be creative There once was a firefighter named Rogeroni who had a dog named Spot. Spot only liked to eat macaroni. The Backstreet Boys were supposed to have a concert but aliens took away their ability to dance. Read more…


Overcoming Career Jealousy with 5 Parenting Lessons

Conquering career jealousy with lessons in parenting

The grass is always greener on the other side. The green eyed monster. Green with envy. It’s not easy being green. The last one might have been Kermit… but he’s right. It’s not easy being green with jealousy. I know Read more…


A New Year’s Wish From Tuck Everlasting

Tuck Everlasting Resolution - New Year's Resolution about a lived life and going after hard things.

WHAT TUCK EVERLASTING TAUGHT ME ABOUT GOALS “Don’t be afraid of death; be afraid of an unlived life. You don’t have to live forever, you just have to live.” ― Natalie Babbitt I was in the fifth grade and Mrs Fitch was Read more…


My Beef With Michelle Obama: Review of Becoming

Michelle Obama - Becoming. A Review. #iambecoming #michelleobama #bookreview #books

Becoming by Michelle Obama: A Review I can’t believe I’m saying this, but I have a beef with Michelle Obama. It’s unsettling because Michelle Obama is the Mary Poppins of real people to me. Practically perfect in every way. Intelligent, witty, courageous, empathetic, Read more…


The Anti Personal Word of the Year for 2019

Personal word of the year word cloud

Prepping for 2019 with an Anti Personal Word of the Year As we wind down 2018 and head into the new year, you may hear people talking about their “personal word of the year.” Or maybe you have no idea Read more…


The Magic Words That Will Help Get a Toddler to Sleep

The magic words to get a toddler to sleep. #momlife #toddlers

How To Get Your Toddler to Sleep (So You Can Too!) Moving my children from cribs to toddlers beds has already given me two blog posts worth of ridiculous material, and many oversized luggage level bags under my eyes. Now Read more…


Passions, Pottery, and the Pursuit of Progress: Q&A with Foster & Feed Owner Melissa Alkire

Finding Your Passion(s) with Foster & Feed Earlier this year I put out a survey for readers about career development topics they would like to read about. One topic that came through loud and clear was “finding your passion.” This Read more…


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