Hard To Say I’m Sorry and Other Songs of Apologies

They say women apologize too much. Not this one! I was six months pregnant when I was the matron of honor at my sister's wedding. Maybe it was the hormones. Maybe people assumed I was kidding. But I took my role of toast mistress seriously. I put it all out there. There were no giggles …

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Dessert Before Dinner and Other Habits To Break

Rules were made to be broken, and so were New Year's Resolutions right? This is why I didn't make any this year. No "do more of this", or "try harder at that".  No more results oriented goals. This is why I didn't pen the typical New Year's blog post at all either. This year, I'm …

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Adult Onset Adolescence: How Your 30s is Like Being A Teen Again

How often do you wish you could go back to high school? Revisit those teen years where everything was new and exciting? Was it really as good as you remember it? Or are you glossing over the uncomfortable parts? It's convenient to forget the nights sitting on the sectional next to the pimply, braced-faced cousin …

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The Intangible Merits Of Business Travel: Gotta Fly The Coop Sometimes

Runway reflections as we take off. Headed for home.  I really enjoy business trips. Granted, I don't do it regularly, but I added it up, and I've spent about 4 work weeks out of the office- and yes, away from my family- this year. A bit of a staggering amount of time to be away …

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Mastering The Art Of The Email CC

Let's talk about politics. They'll be no mention of Donald's or Hillary's or Russia in this discourse. We are addressing a different kind of politics entirely. Similarly confusing, maddening, and hard to navigate, office politics are an unavoidable workplace hazard. Especially when it comes to communicating via electronic mail. Any leader with a decent track …

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What Happened When I Closed the (Face)Book

The only thing to have FOMO about, is FOMO itself. It's been two weeks without any real withdrawal.  I removed Facebook from my phone. It started out as an experiment, inspired by this interview with Aziz Ansari, as well as the encouragement of an old friend (who I ironically reunited with through FB) that quit …

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