I'm a summer girl. Born in the summer, happiest on my front porch with the sun shining and hummingbirds flocking to the majestic, red canna lilies in my garden. Love the freckles on my nose that only come around from July - September.
But, fall is here, and instead of just beginning the countdown to *next* summer, I need to embrace it and be okay with the fact that the awful, cold, grey weather of winter will soon be upon us. I need to find pretty trees, pretty suede boots, and delicious food to help me create some autumn love. And reading. I always read more in colder weather:
Do you like happiness? Then you’ll like this recipe. BRB, drooling.
With fall's arrival comes colder, damper weather... which means I will want to spend all of my time in my pajamas. Here are some healthy tips on how to stay on track when it’s too tempting to hit the snooze button 4 (or 5) times.
What if those tips didn’t work? Here is a list of signs that it might be a good time to take a step back, and hit “pause” on your life.
Here are some tips on just like, how to stop like, you know? Please stop the madness.
What does it mean to be a resilient leader? What does it mean to foster a culture of resilient leadership in a workplace? This blog piece attempts to tackle these ideas head by listing the shared qualities found in high ranking government and military officials, whose positions require resilient leadership. Okay, so maybe we aren’t all Navy SEALs, but the qualities pointed out here are essential when building up your personal brand, and methods of leadership.