Parental Angst and Quarantine

It’s day 3,000 of quarantine and I just finished trying to explain to my partner how I’m already having mixed emotions about life returning to normal in a few short-long weeks. Realistically, I’ve been working from home since March 16th. It’s been a weird few weeks. It’s like your starring in your own version of […]

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Shot.

I have eleven drafts going on my blog. I’ve opened them, wrote, edited, deleted. I officially have, not just writer’s block, but brain block. Spoiler: this post is not sharp-toothed or insightfully written, it’s an open forum to share your point of view with me,if you so desire (which I hope you do!). I told […]

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I Know I Turned the Lights Off

A Southern Spook! Last weekend I was in the historic, vibrant, and boozy city of Savannah, Georgia. What a town! My liver had a blast. As did my stomach. Overall my organs enjoyed some seriously decadent dinners & libations. The occasion for an August trip to Savannah? A bachelorette party. (Insert a Billie Eilish ‘duh’) […]

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Double Check Your Shit

This is a valuable lesson I picked up a couple years ago. It started by double checking emails before hitting “send”. It’s made me not only a more effective communicator, my writing has improved and it’s helped me to slow down. So often it seems people feel the need to rapid fire back with responses. […]

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Facing Change

I had an unexpected employment opportunity pop out of the blue a couple weeks ago. It appears it went well as I am now in the midst of a career switch. I’m anxious to leave my current position. I’ve been there a few years and felt I finally was settling into a groove in my […]

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