Last November, there was a shooting in downtown Seattle. It was five feet in front of me. Afterward, I became more anxious than usual, with every waking moment and many sleeping ones filled with fear. I went to the doctor: PTSD. Aha.
Never have I ever been so excited for spring! Each sliver of sun has me beaming as blooms burst forth from their winter burrows. And with spring sprung, all I can think about is our delicious PNW food.
Today, in honor of those fierce and fabulous ladies over at The FBomb Breakfast Club, I want to talk about the power of women helping women succeed. There’s a special feeling when you know a lady (or a crew of them) has your back, encouraging you and reminding you how strong a worker and teammate you truly are. (Thanks, Team! You know who you are!!) Continue reading “Lady Power!”
Sometimes it seems as if everyone else is walking around with everything figured out: job, house, marriage, kids… and I’m over here thinking “Don’t you hate pants?”
I heart a good self-help book, especially the funny ones. So when Adulting crossed my desk, I pounced. It. Was. Hilarious. And helpful! I devoured it in one sitting and even took a few notes. Full of fun tidbits, this book prompted me to make some small yet powerful changes. If you know someone who is just starting out with this whole grownup thing (or want to brush up on it yourself), I totally think this silly/serious book will encourage one to at least be able to fake “adult” well. Continue reading “How to be an Amazing Grown-up in Ten Easy Books”
One of the toughest things we face when dealing with money is spending a LOT of it all at once. It feels like the minute you buy something really big it will go on sale or you’ll see something better. Face your fears by following these steps: Continue reading “Hey, Big Spender”