Employee’s Sticky Fingers (Workplace Theft)

Have you ever eaten a meal so delicious that you force yourself to save a portion of it to enjoy the next day? You carefully pack the flavorful masterpiece and head off to work eagerly anticipating the moment when you will once again be able to enjoy the delectable piece of happy.  At lunchtime, you […]

Racism Would Have Been Easy

Racism Would Have Been Easy As you know, February is Black History Month and here at Performance I Create, we were all challenged to write, if the spirit moved us, a post regarding such. As February winds down and we see March slipping into view, I thought I’d share my thoughts, as indirect as they […]

There’s Always Room For More

My mother died in 1991; I was 21 years old and, for all intents and purposes, I should have no longer needed my mother. The problem was, I had been a schmuck of a kid, a wench as a teenager and an arrogant young adult. I offer those depressing nuggets to suggest to you that my mind was not open for her […]

Ambition Should Be Embraced and Not Hidden

I met up with a friend for lunch recently. He wanted to catch up on the happenings in our lives since we hadn’t seen each other in awhile. At some point, the conversation switched to work life. I talked about my observations at my job and the ideas I have for the things I want […]

Ambition Should Be Embraced, Not Hidden

I met up with a friend for lunch recently. He wanted to catch up on the happenings in our lives since we hadn’t seen each other in awhile. At some point, the conversation switched to work life. I talked about my observations at my job and the ideas I have for the things I want […]

Protect and Serve

Recently my husband, son and I toured a local police station (yes, a tour, not a court ordered reservation). Prior to the visit my husband and I asked our son if he knows what the police do. His response: “They catch bad people.” While that seems to be a normal reaction from a second-grader, I […]