Summer School- Class 1: 5 Ways to Catch Up and Get Ahead

I didn't need to catch up.... I just wanted to get ahead.

No Honeymoon. New Cancun Memories and 10 New Life Lessons.

Last week I wrote about what would have been my 10 year wedding anniversary (June 9th) so this week 10 years ago I would have been on my honeymoon. We went to Cancun, Mexico. Although things were awkward (wrote about that too), we had some…

4 Years Down as an Entrepreneur, and I'm Still Up

I am more clear on my vision for my business and exactly how I want it to run and what I want to do.

20 Years Later. 4 Lessons Learned as a Teen Mom High School Graduate.

May 23, 1997 marked the end of my high school career and the beginning of my adult life. I was armed with a high school diploma...and a two-year old son. I had no idea that what had been the hardest part of my life up to that point would define…

5 Lessons Learned from Losing Two Friends Under 40

At this moment, I am 19 days from my 38th birthday, and a little more than two years from my 40th birthday. I pray that I will be blessed to see it on May 22nd because two of my friends did not. Last weekend I had the sad occasion of attending…

My Crazy Journey to Entrepreneurship

I call myself the Accidental Entrepreneur.

She's 95 and Fine! Celebrating My Grandma

If I'm blessed to see 95, I want to be exactly like her.

5 Simple Ways to Support an Entrepreneur You Love (or at least Like)

But I like to assume the best and that generally, people want to support us crazy entrepreneurs but don't always know how.

You Can't Unthrow the Pebble

Too often, we don't truly assess the situation, ask people closer to the situation their perspective or insight, and we toss our pebble not considering the waves that will be created. Too often we toss a pebble of insult or lack of support and don't realize or perhaps don't even care that ten ripples out, we've created a disaster.