Aug25

From the Publisher - September 2016

From the Publisher - September 2016

I’m an idea person. What that means is new things pop in my head all the time, especially while driving or in the shower. The four dreaded words my employees hate to hear come out of my mouth are, “I have an idea.” They know that means I will roll my idea out like a plush, crimson carpet awaiting George Clooney, get all excited, tell them why I believe it can be done and basically leave them to make it happen. I am not a good coordinator; I find it overwhelming.

Jul27

From the Publisher - August 2016

From the Publisher - August 2016

I have been toiling over this article all month, putting it off. Not because I didn’t know what to write or I didn’t have the time, but because I knew it was going to be a “come to Jesus” article, where I get real with myself. I knew I would be admitting things I’m not proud of. I knew it would mean staring down my actions and laying down the law.

Jul27

Hissy Fit - August 2016

Hissy Fit - August 2016

As a school girl, I always felt back-to-school time was like a second new year—a time to start fresh with all new supplies, clothes, hopes and excitement. The night before the first day, I would lay out my outfit, pack my satchel with everything in perfect order and set the alarm with time to spare. A week later it was back to reality, sleeping through the alarm, scrambling for a clean pair of jeans and grabbing my books and papers in hopes everything I needed was in there. Basically, the thrill was gone.

Jun30

Hissy Fit - July 2016

Hissy Fit - July 2016

SMH is an acronym that stands for “shaking my head” and is usually used in texting or on social media. According to Urban Dictionary, SMH is used when someone finds something so stupid or shocking, no words can do it justice. Lately, I have encountered a few SMH moments, which I would like to get off my chest. Quite frankly, shaking my head is not working and I’m hoping words can clear the air once and for all.

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