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  • Blogging

    If We Were Having Coffee, I would tell you… it’s graduation!

    Today was the day – Graduation Day! A day that I never thought would come until two years ago when I started my academic journey at Franklin Pierce University in the Associates of Arts for Business program.     The weather was blah, but that didn’t matter, I dressed to meet the challenge of staying warm and dry while waiting for my turn to walk across that stage and receive my announcement of conferral. When I left home at 8 in the morning, the clouds had just started rolling in. The weather forecast was cold and light rain. Not the best combination for a graduation ceremony. Some used umbrellas while…

  • Blogging,  book reviews

    Book of the Month for January 2018

    I just finished up a book that was bubbling to the top of my to-read pile as the Holidays passed by me at warp speed. The subject of stress does occupy many minds during the winter months and the up and coming income tax season. But as I began reading the following book I found that this book is a welcome read for any time of the year since stress comes in many forms. Title: The Upside of Stress By Kelly McGonigal, PhD File Size: 1321 KB Print Length: 301 pages Publisher: Avery (May 5, 2015) Publication Date: May 5, 2015 Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC Language: English ASIN:…

  • Blogging

    Focus is the Key to Time Management

    Time Management Everyone struggles with finding enough time to do the things that need to be done. I know I have had my share of scraping blocks out of my daily life to work full time, be a full-time student, interact with family members, add quality time for my pup, and find me time. Time management is all about discipline and setting priorities. Some ask me, how do you do it? My priorities are set by what is most important for me to do on the list. Work. I must go to work every day to earn that paycheck so I can afford to eat. This means that I have…

  • Blogging,  writing

    I Ask Myself A Thousand Times Why I Write

    I will continue to ask myself over and over why I write and the list continues to grow. Communication: Writing is a form of communicating with those not met or seen every day. A friend, a sibling, former co-worker, even someone never met may find a shared experience to be inspirational, helpful or educational. Sharing: Experiences are wonderful to share. By sharing the experience the how, why and what will offer insight to what to possibilities for others. Caring: Everyone needs something. Caring is part of sharing insights of experiences of how to do something, why to do it, and what the reason was for the experience. Business: Writers write,…

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