Ashes To Earth: May you Rest Peacefully in the Water Daily Prompt: Water Ashes of life, of a good humble life, glisten in the stream. The brightness of your love carries me forth through my dreams To a paradise your spirit goes, coming up against the softened rocks […]
I love to travel, try new foods (both simple and "exotic"), ingest caffeine, and watch political news coverage. Im a big pop culture junkie who isnt afraid to say she loves "In Touch" Magazine! A social marketing expert and psychologist by training who works in the public health field trying to bring a little common sense to it all.
All the world is my television and I like to provide commentary on it.
The Psychology of Managing Across Multiple Generations in the Workplace: The Sandwich Method The Daily Prompt: Generation X,Y, Z At home I have a rambunctious five year old son. Until recently, I had a stubborn talkative, storytelling mom. I bought a house for both him to run around […]
I was up late the other night tossing and turning ruminating wondering about whether I had made the right judgment call on a particular decision earlier that day. I was flipping the channel and cable television was showing the movie by Joel Schumacher, starring Colin Farrell, called Phone […]
Weekly Photo Challenge: Juxtaposition in Havana, Cuba I landed at around 9am in Havana, Cuba. By the afternoon, I already went through the orientation session and had set off on a walking adventure with four other Americans. We explored to our hearts content, catching a vibrant and dynamic city […]
As someone who has wanderlust I hope to instill a worldview in my son’s young consciousness. He is only five years old but he has already developed a taste for travel. He especially likes staying in hotels; due in part to the fact that he is very well […]
Daily Prompt: The MET obstacle course in the day to day workplace rat race Every Monday starts off with grand goals shining brightly. Well, except for those that hate Mondays. Mind you, Mondays get a bad rap. Wednesdays are by far way worse. Anyway, Mondays are officially the […]
The dodo bird is known in pop culture for two things: being extinct and having been stupid. Yes, they appear to have been a little off-kilter in that they were flightless birds that would try to eat rocks. Although, they were also quite chubby from all the other […]
Daily Prompt: Giving My 26 Bones a Time out in a New York Minute I am the quintessential New Yorker: I have never had a driver’s license, I speed walk everywhere and I tend to eat lunch either on my feet, at my desk or with a cocktail. […]
Daily Prompt: Teaching The Art of Being an Other On a dark, gray rainy day on a train platform in the small town of Ripoll, Spain I awaited the delayed RENFE (train) that would take me back to Barcelona. I had just had a fabulous time in this […]
We just got through the third week of January. Most of our colleagues are back from their vacations facing a world of backlogged work, new unrealistic year-long agendas and still uncertain economic times. It’s enough to make anyone batty and perhaps a little socially awkward. This week’s wacky […]