November 19, 2018

As we look forward to large tables stacked high with turkey and all the dressings, many of us reflect on what it means to give thanks. For many, this involves showing your gratitude with a gift of thanks. But around the holidays, you might notice the stacks of discarde...

August 27, 2018

The older I get, the more I realize that the annoying cliché posters plastered to the walls of my high school were actually trying to tell me something that bordered on good advice. You remember the ones—”What’s popular isn’t always right and what’s right isn’t always...

May 14, 2018

Before I became a parent, I would look sideways at others in the grocery store with a strong-willed child, trying not to stare at children in the midst of a fit or talking back. With barely concealed disgust, I would think “why don’t you discipline your child?” The uni...

April 9, 2018

In the professional realm, there seems to be a constant struggle between the hard skills you need to perform the tasks that govern your career choice and the soft skills that are needed to develop relationships and effectively communicate with those around you. Often,...

February 26, 2018

Recently, we took a weekend away to a magical place, one of my favorite places to explore. Now, you might be expecting Disneyland, Yosemite, maybe the beach—nope, I’m talking about the City Museum in St. Louis.

If you have never had the pleasure, this modern-day playgro...

February 5, 2018

We all have those movies that just speak to us. For a good period of time, my ringtone would belt out “Pocket Full of Sunshine” anytime I received a call. (If you get this reference, you gain my approval for sophisticated cinematic taste.) One of my favorite characters...

January 8, 2018

Each day, I wake up around 6 AM. Priority number one is coffee. Won’t make it too far without that caffeine running through my veins. Pop open my computer and dive into work for the day. Midmorning often finds me cleaning out my inbox and then a return to any deadlines...

December 4, 2017

I love Christmas. I always have. When I was a child, we would listen to the radio tracking Santa’s path and I would attempt to fall asleep filled with sugary excitement, the insides of my eyelids awash with multi-colored lights. The sooner I could fall asleep, the soon...

November 13, 2017

Because I know what it’s like to have low points in my adventures as a freelance worker, I reached a junction in my professional life where I would accept just about anything that came my way. After a few months of having that oh-so-special form of chaos wreak a little...

October 17, 2017

Remote workers are becoming a regular occurrence in the workplace, feeding the fire of the great debate: Are remote workers less productive? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 24 percent of workers did some or all of their work at home in 2015. But even as we...

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