This is a must read story for any of you that are feeling a little stressed and discouraged right now. I interviewed Scout Bassett for Vanity Network Magazine and she will inspire you to get back up and make it happen.
NEWS & VIEWS
I picked up this book because I loved the title.
Life is always handing us choices, but sometimes those choices involve free fall. We can stay stuck in our rut, swinging back and forth on the same old trapeze going nowhere fast, or we can take a risk and get some forward momentum.
I thought the book had its ups and downs. Click here to read the review.
St. Paddy’s Day was yesterday and no leprechaun showed up with directions to the pot of gold on the other side of the rainbow. Most of us tend to believe that the happiness we want so badly is in that elusive place.
Can greenbacks buy us a cheerful, fulfilling life? The answer seems to be more complicated than a simple yes or no.
I was honored this week to be asked to do an author spotlight with my twitter friend, Ryan Schneider.
Ryan Schneider is the author of 6 young adult Sci Fi novels and 15 short stories. Check out his popular Go Kids series on Amazon.
I’m celebrating St. Patty and the leprechauns this year by going green. I’m starting with my attitude.
The cowboys used to call the new guy on the trail a greenhorn.
That term has derogatory implications. If you’re green you’re a novice, inexperienced, a little naïve, and in need of an education. Sounds uncomfortable, right? Actually, according to neuroscience this is an excellent place to be.
My Grandmother, who’s fabled in story and song by this point, always said, “Don’t talk about people behind their backs.” Generally, Grandma’s wisdom was worthy, but there are always exceptions to the rule. I just experienced one of them.
Somehow I got myself dubbed the “Event Coordinator” for our first event which is supposed to take place in March. Yesterday morning, as I was putting on my mascara, I almost poked my eye out when I realized it was February, and March comes after February.