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Humor in the Workplace

Humor in the Workplace

Right now, our workplace is closed as I am sure many of yours are.  I do miss seeing my coworkers and connecting with them, but I know that we will all be back together in the future. As I was thinking about when we reopen our office, I was wondering if some if not all … Continue reading

How to Release Anxiety and Stay Present 


How to Release Anxiety and Stay Present 


Happy Wednesday to you all!  I have been blogging for 10 years now and it has been such a great adventure as I have met many of you.  Now I haven’t personally met you but many of us have become blogging friends and even connect through other social media platforms where we have shared pictures … Continue reading

Interesting Tales Of Valentines Day

Interesting Tales Of Valentines Day

Happy Valentines Day to you all!  I enjoy learning about most topics and the origin of “Holidays” has always been of interest to me.  Below is a link to an article with the various possibilities of the origin of Valentines Day.  I found it pretty interesting. Enjoy your day and remember to add a little … Continue reading

Lack Of Sleep, Lack Of Productivity

Lack Of Sleep, Lack Of Productivity

According to a Centers for Disease Control and Preventions survey 40% of Americans get less than the recommended 7-9 hours of sleep each night.  In fact, these people overall get approximately 6 hours or less of sleep a night. Medical studies relate a lack of sleep to various health problems, such as heart disease, strokes, … Continue reading

Learn Anything New Lately?

Learn Anything New Lately?

When was the last time that you devoted time to learning something new?  Maybe it was a skill or possibly knowledge to understand something better. I realized several years ago that I never wanted to quit learning.  I understand as long as I am alive there will be things I do not know or do … Continue reading

The Art Of Gratitude

The Art Of Gratitude

We hear a lot about being more grateful and how it can change our outlook on life.  How can you do this?  I was listening to a podcast the other day and it mentioned that there was a study done by a team of researches at the University of Indiana that showed if you just … Continue reading

Perfectionism Is It Good Or Bad?

Perfectionism Is It Good Or Bad?

Recently, I had the opportunity to work with a client who really suffered from “Perfectionism.”  We all like to do a good job and do it right, but this person was miserable with everything she did because it never was as good as others she compared herself to.  During our conversation she often would say … Continue reading

Conflict Can Equal Progress In The Workplace

Conflict Can Equal Progress In The Workplace

Conflict is bound to happen at work, but there are advantages of it. Without it, nothing would change.  If you are dissatisfied with how a system works and someone else thinks it is okay, if there were no conflict in opinion there would not be a chance to improve the system and create a positive … Continue reading

Procrastination, Is There A Cure?

Procrastination, Is There A Cure?

Are you constantly behind on your work or projects? Do you have a messy desk with several little stacks on it? Is there never enough time to finish all you have to get done? If they answer is yes, you could be suffering from procrastination. I am sure you remember that old saying “don’t put … Continue reading

The More That You Read

The More That You Read

“The best advice I ever got was that knowledge is power and to keep reading.” ~ David Bailey I love to read, and for several years I read every single day.  At the end of a year, I had stacks of books that I finished and the knowledge that each one had given me. The … Continue reading