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But a Sharpie and a sticky note in the right hands can. Happy Mother’s Day to all moms out there!
After 15 years of driving my young person where she needs to go, the past few weeks the tables are turned and she is now driving me. Doing a great job with her learning curve, I might add. This transition feels … Continue reading
As I work to enroll in a learning program focused on qualities of leadership, I am aware that most examples in my life of leadership feel accidental. In the right place at the right time. For the most part my life has been … Continue reading
I am borrowing most of this entry below from Leo Babauta of the zen habits blog, because he says his writings are not copyrighted, and many of them are fabulous reminders to share. I changed no words, but took out … Continue reading