An Open Letter To Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant

Dear Sheryl and Adam, Thank you. You don't know me. You may never read this. Whether you do or not, I needed to express my gratitude. Reading your book, Option B, is quite possibly one of the best things I have done for myself this past year. My world was turned upside down in August of … Continue reading An Open Letter To Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant

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8 Reasons Why You Should Journal Right Now

If you know me well enough, you know I love to write and a huge part of my writing practice has been journaling.  It allows me to get my own thoughts out of my mind. Processing, venting, celebrating – whatever the action – journaling gives me the channel to literally record my own life's story. … Continue reading 8 Reasons Why You Should Journal Right Now

5 Tips from a Debt-Free Millennial

When you hear the word, "millennial" you probably think of a few things and among the top is probably the gross amount of debt facing more young people than any other generation.  With student-loan debt being the biggest source of debt for young people, it is hard to think that twentysomethings will be able to … Continue reading 5 Tips from a Debt-Free Millennial

Unexpected Gratitude

We are lucky.  We are afforded the opportunity to take a day, to stop everything and simply be grateful for the people, experiences and things in our lives. The problem is that it is harder and harder to truly stop and be grateful in the midst of premature holiday shopping and festivity planning.  It is harder … Continue reading Unexpected Gratitude

Pure Joy

Joy comes in all shapes and sizes.  It comes in huge occasions and simple reminders. It comes in laughter and smiles. It can come through the familiarity of friends and family or the serendipity of strangers. Pure joy is the catalyst for hope when times are tough, faith when things are uncertain, and love when times … Continue reading Pure Joy