Getting back to authenticity and what that meant for me in the workplace, I knew it was time to cut bait and be my own thing. I had a beautiful image from a co-worker who wanted me to get back to who I was and now I needed a tagline to go with it. My brain shot off dozens of options. My hair and I agreed upon, “every curl on my head is an idea” because it is true and I am true.
Blog for Westchester County Moms that lists out a fun NYC itinerary for gamers of all ages plus a few spots to hit in Peekskill, NY
There are three things you should know about me: 1. I cannot cook 2. My preferred bedtime is 8:30 pm and 3. I would do anything for my children. Even cook for them after 8:30pm.
The good news is you can remove that grossness right off of you in 4 easy steps. Published in Thrive Global.com 10.30.19 and discussed on the Your Practical Magic podcast released 1.9.20
Walt Disney’s newspaper editor told the aspiring cartoonist he wasn’t creative enough. A Baltimore TV producer told Oprah Winfrey she was “unfit for television news.” And I was told I wasn’t MTV Network materials. Let’s see how we all made out.
The most special thing about my selection is that each book is either mine from childhood or motherhood.
I remember the feelings I had reading my stories and I will also cherish the moments where I watched my little ones imagining as I read to them.
I learned about empathy from 70s and 80s cereal commercials.
Why I f’cking love the F word.
Every brand has a story worth sharing and here are a few of mine.
Some tried and true business tips that you can apply to managing your working relationship with “The Grandparents.”