Don’t Be a Squidward!

If you’ve ever tuned into Nickolodeon you’ve probably run by a funny little show called SpongeBob Sqaurepants.  It’s about a funny little guy who lives at the bottom of the ocean with a starfish, crab, squid and even a squirrel.  I like this show because of it’s humor but also that it possesses those funny […]

How to Memorialize Social Media Pages When Loved One Dies

Digital Death and How to Memorialize a Facebook Page

Losing a friend or family member is painful enough.  When someone passes away, what happens to their social media profiles and digital footprint on the Internet?  As someone who has lost several close family members over the past several years, it’s a draining and overwhelming process sorting through papers, pictures, and making plans for the […]

Creating a Personal Vision for Work/Life in 10 Steps

Perhaps you work too hard or maybe you’re struggling to find the right job.  Either way, living your daily grind can feel a lot like a hamster wheel you just can’t seem to get off of.  Being so close to the detail sometimes makes it very difficult to see the forest through the trees and […]

Why Quitting Is the Secret to Ultimate Productivity

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately about myself, my business, and how to best manage my personal and professional goals along with my responsibilities as a wife and mother. The tasks seem never-ending and put me into a constant state of overwhelm. I know, instinctively, that this is not sustainable. Either I find […]

Supporting Women Who Breastfeed

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Women with children are the fastest-growing segment of the workforce. Balancing work and family is an important priority for them. Today, over 75 percent of women in the United States begin breastfeeding. When they return to work after their babies are born, time and space to express their milk during the work period help them […]