Happy New Year! I am really looking forward to 2018. For some reason I always look back fondly on years with even numbers. Pretty much I like everything that has to do with even numbers. I would rather be 54
Hopefully the relaxation and excitement of the holidays are in our rearview mirror. So for many of us it’s now time to look forward to 2018. We tend to do that by setting goals, even if we don’t call them
Christmas is just around the corner and I’m sending wishes that you enjoy the holiday with dear friends and family creating lasting memories! As I write my final message for 2017, I am once again reminded how lucky I am
Last week was a busy one. Business travel, meetings, volunteer time, family time, social fun and the kind of everyday “work” that is both energizing and mandatory. So my week wasn’t any different than most of yours, was it? Nope.
I saw this description in a paragraph describing a speaker at a meeting I was going to attend that had numerous speakers during the event to choose from. Several years ago a business trainer of mine had a distinct definition
The first time I heard this I was visiting my son in the Virgin Islands, where he was running a sailing charter. He and his friends used it to describe the sometimes dysfunctional nature of both tourists and the yearly
Ok, I admit it – I have a sweet tooth. I like candy. I also recently taught my grandson to say “chop, chop lollipop” when he wants to jokingly nudge someone to go or do something faster. So maybe that’s
Nope. Don’t skip it. “Skip it” as an idiom has many meanings. Many times we might use it to just mean “oh never mind.” Or we might say “skip that for now or just this time – I’ll do it
I learned a few years ago that being the smartest person in the room is not necessarily a good thing. Especially today where we have access to so much information on those little electronic devices that we can’t give up.
Plunged into darkness. We were all plunged into darkness last week with the total solar eclipse, something that we haven’t seen in 26 years. But that’s not the kind of plunging into darkness that I’m talking about. Here’s the situation.