The Working Mom Blueprint: Winning at Parenting without Losing Yourself

When I was a little kid, I loved summer. When I think back on those lazy days of day camp, I remember playing soccer in the park for hours, swimming in the local pool, overnight camping in the woods — … Continue reading

Meaningful Careers: Get Paid and Help the World

Going to work, for many people, feels like a drag. But it won’t feel that way if you are in the right career. The secret to loving your job is choosing a career that gives you a deep sense of … Continue reading

What Can We Do About the Coronavirus?

With the coronavirus and runoff reactions making their way into so many aspects of our lives, I thought I would take the opportunity to highlight actions that we can all take on from a personal skills perspective to minimize impact. … Continue reading

Why Journaling as a Practice is the Best Gift You Can Give Yourself

Fill your paper, with the breathings of your heart’- William Wordsworth. I had made a new pal over the last few years. She’s resilient against stress, cheap, accommodating, trusting, and takes my nasties all the time. She’s ready to be my … Continue reading

How I Support My Local Communities & Why It’s Good for My Health

I have been involved in my local community for many years. Even before the pandemic started, I found great joy in supporting those in my community. Although this time is hard right now, and people have to social distance, that … Continue reading

Life-Changing Advice for Veterans & Their Families

            In today’s society and culture veterans and their families are finding it very difficult to cope and adjust to life outside the military. Some of the issues that arise for veterans range from mental health, physical and adapting/integrating fully … Continue reading