There is always hope

Happy May 15th, the 136th day of 2020! Today I am sharing a few things that I have enjoyed recently and found useful. Also, at the end of the post I have included some of my collection of flowers. May you enjoy. Where flowers bloom, so does hope. Lady Bird Johnson “My Life Today Is… Read More

Friday Photos [4th Edition]

Good Friday morning to you all. I hope that you are continuing to adjust to the changes well and that wherever you may be, you’re enjoying Springtime. I am including some pictures from this past week as well as a few from March/April of 2019. I decided to plant some strawberries last week and what… Read More

Fridays are for Pictures

Happy Friday to you all. I do hope that you find these pictures enjoyable. If you haven’t seen Wellington visiting the Belugas, you have to watch this. And a Peacock Mantis Shrimp may be one of the coolest “animals” that I have seen! They have 16 color-detecting receptors (humans only have 3!) and they can… Read More

Spring has come

What I have found to be a cure-all for myself, is being outside. One of my favorite pastimes is driving out in the country with my mother, finding new places to explore and new ways to get there. And during this time of “physical distancing” we have more time to explore at will. I thought… Read More

Procrastination isn’t laziness

I have always had this habit of putting off my work until the very last minute. On some level, the time crunch forces me to solidify my thoughts and is beneficial. But, for the most part, I am just delaying a task that needs to be completed and running the risk of putting people in… Read More

Better together

Read time: 14 min 6 sec At the end of January, we began looking at the five generations that currently make up the American workforce. Each week we went over a summary of the various generations and the different events that helped shape them as people. The Silent Generation – The Depression and WWII Baby… Read More

The Silent Generation, an introduction

One area of study that has long fascinated me is the area regarding the various generations of people that we have, specifically in America. Over the last eight years or so that has shifted to how those generations function together within the workplace.    I know that people have differing views on names for the… Read More

Change the Narrative – Lauren Allen

Merriam-Webster refers to resilience as an ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change. An ability to roll with the punches, according to Mayo Clinic. My understanding of resilience prior to this week was that it was something that people were just gifted with, like good eyesight or height. You either had… Read More