The power of social media. It has the ability to connect us, help us, advance us, and very much hurt us. That fact has never been more apparent as we funnel ourselves into a new age and brand of public shaming - the main topic of Jon Ronson's book.
As the halfway point of what's been, so far, a roller coaster of a year (some would argue an endless plunge) approached, I sought out something to read that wasn't riddled with unfortunate news. I reached for several different books, but often found myself having that same sinking feeling in my stomach... I couldn't get my mind off of the present.
No one enjoys being cornered by unfortunate happenstances of life. But you will be astonished what you are capable of accomplishing when your only option is to be strong.
If you've ever had a job or gone to school in any capacity, you've come to know deadlines and the chaos they can reap on your psyche. With a million distractions programed into the smartphone that rarely leaves our hands, it's easier than ever to miss them.
I recently made a poll with some of the places I've loved visiting most, asking where you would like to visit. Ireland was the overwhelming winner, overall! Hopefully this will inspire you to plan your next visit!
Let's talk about defining your perfect life - regardless of hurdles. Because a wise mentor once told me, "build the well before you need the water."
Due to the current events, many people find themselves suddenly working from home for the first time in their lives. The transition is not a simple one. Working from home can sound peachy-keen on paper, but along with the pros come a whole new and perhaps unexpected set of challenges.
I'm writing from the the place we are newly calling home - a far cry from the 'luxury apartment' we paid a premium for in our downtown area.
Some of us are suddenly finding ourselves with a lot more time on our hands than we expected. But for certain, we’re all in this together!
When you're in the trenches, all you want to do is catch a glimpse the top of the mountain. So what do you do when the peak is nowhere in sight?