Don’t Fool Yourself, People Know

Posted by on Feb 1, 2016 | No Comments

I don’t remember where I heard it.  I do remember it was eons ago, further back than I could attempt to pin down, but somewhere along my journey, I remember someone once saying, “Who you are in one area of your life is who you are in every area of your life.”  It stuck with […]

How Committed Are You?

Posted by on May 20, 2014 | One Comment

We attended the most beautiful wedding this weekend at the Boston Public Library.  As I sat there in the glorious courtyard listening to the most joyous woman I’ve ever seen officiating the ceremony and watching my friends embark on their journey together, I thought about what it means “to commit”.  For real. One of the […]

Your Internal Warning System

Posted by on Apr 14, 2014 | 5 Comments

Last Friday, as I was leaving one meeting and heading to the next, I ducked into Barnes and Noble for a quick respite (my feet were killing me as I had been a bit overly-ambitious with my city walking) when my husband called and asked me to run a quick errand for him.  It shouldn’t […]

Know Thyself

Posted by on Jan 6, 2014 | One Comment

Remember how I said, going into the holiday, that I wanted to “get present” with my family?  I’ve come to realize that there is such a thing as “too much present”.  Between all the  school “conferences”, the never-ending-string-of-holidays, and the weekly snow days, my family has had way too much together-time.  Today, it is with […]