Identifying Time Wasters & Warding Them Off

So, I am a pretty efficient person, I get a ton of stuff done and keep those around me on track and accountable for what they say they are going to or want to do. In my time blogging, I have written several posts about how I do it and this has caused to me... Continue Reading →

A Work In Progress

Do you ever actually feel like you have "made it"? Do you? I have moments when I am proud of my progress, whether it be on a project or a point in my life. I do however, always think how it could be better or how I want more. Does that mean there is something wrong... Continue Reading →

Toughest interview question- Why me?

What is the toughest interview question you have ever been asked? I always ask someone that I am interviewing- why you? Why are you the one that I should have join our team over someone else? I always love the look on their face when I ask, the looks range from bewildered to relieved that... Continue Reading →

Practice Perfect Punctuality

My dad always told me “if you are on time, you are late”. This was instilled in me at a very young age and has become something I have come to live by and passed along to my children. On a recent trip to visit my parents, I purchased a cute t-shirt that says “running... Continue Reading →

December in Prague

Magical.  The word that comes to mind when I think about our time in Prague.  We decided to visit in December to experience Christmas time in Europe and the Markets.  I am so happy we did, I close my eyes and smell the mulled wine and see the lights twinkling.  I also feel like I... Continue Reading →

10 Tidbits To Getting To Know Julie

The best part of my blogging journey has been the ability to share my thoughts, have a creative outlet, and be a part of an incredibly supportive community.  I happened to be nominated for this award, for newer bloggers, as a way to discover new blogs and provide support to newbies.  This time around I... Continue Reading →

Respectfully Disagreeing

Respectfully disagreeing is an art. As a child, my parents taught me to listen  and allow people to explain themselves before making a judgment call.  In these lessons, I also learned that I will not always agree with someone's side or an opposing argument and that is ok.  We actively practice this in discussions to... Continue Reading →

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