Don’t underestimate the family meals. So many families, with the rush of scheduling, are not getting the full bang for their buck at mealtime. Eating together is about more than just eating together. Here are a few things that you can implement this week to make family mealtimes more meaningful … Continue reading Making Mealtimes Rock!
Imagine you are fifty something, having raised 4 kids and your spouse comes home and wants you to think about adopting a baby. Yikes! Welcome to Jim Robson’s life. His son River has changed him forever in ways he could never have imagined. Welcome Lorne Kelton speaker, author and founder … Continue reading Are you Guilty of Lazy Thinking? Think Again
Meaningful. What do you do everyday that is meaningful to you? Sometime we only realize that things are (or were) meaningful when we can’t do them anymore. When those things are taken away from us due to illness, injury or circumstance. They may be simple things like being able to … Continue reading Meaningful…
The hubby and I are into our 32 year of togetherness. Which is really hard to believe when we are only 38 years old but anyway… As you can imagine all of those years have been blissfully happy. Ahem, well there have been many, many happy times and admittedly many … Continue reading How Can I Be a Better…
If you want to see innovation, moral and engagement increase in your workplace, my guests on today’s radio show have an idea for you. Inclusion. Susana Scott and Dave Fischl are both advocates for persons with disabilities – both seen and unseen. They shared their insights and stories of success during today’s … Continue reading How’s your Diversity Competence and Disability Etiquette?
I spy with my little eye… oh it was a fun game when we were kids., wasn’t it? Many hours were passed on car trips! But now, often what we spy are things that are not going right, people that annoy us and details that aren’t perfect. This week resurrected … Continue reading I Spy Something…Positive!
It’s often not the one huge, earth shattering thing that occurs, rather a series of small things that cumulatively make a big difference. That point was hammered home when I read the book 9 Ways We’re Screwing Up Our Girls and How We Can Stop by Anea Bogue, and in our subsequent interview. … Continue reading Raising Strong, Confident, Healthy Girls
Recommit – when you think of that word what comes to mind? What have you committed to but have let slide? What have you committed to that you are not giving you’re all to? What have you commit to that is not flourishing they way you would like it too? … Continue reading Recommit
We are driven by our need to realize our full potential, to make a difference and to constantly learn and evolve. I love the idea of inner-preneurship, businesses started to aid in our personal growth rather than that of a company’s. I know one of the reasons that I started my businesses, Your Life, Unlimited was … Continue reading Inner-preneurship
I love advice. Especially good advice, especially good advice from someone who has been there, experienced that and come out with positive results on the other side. Because I am very receptive and interested in getting advice, I assume everyone else feels the same way. Because … sometimes I love … Continue reading Advice on Advice