Amateur To Artist

Amateur To Artist

I love this amateur to artist quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson. “Every artist was first an amateur.” While you may read this and think being an artist means paint brushes, pottery, or music, I like to think of it more broadly. Try this on for size. Any time you are...
Why social interaction matters

Why social interaction matters

The topic of human connection has been on my mind a lot lately, and this week’s blog is about why social interactions matter, especially as adults entering a new chapter. One reason this topic is on my mind is because a friend of mine has shared her journey to find...
The Power of Daily Routines

The Power of Daily Routines

Have you ever thought about the power of daily routines? After years of being a successful career woman in a demanding corporate environment, retirement brought a series of challenges I wasn’t prepared for. One was replacing the daily structure that I left behind when...
Who am I…really?

Who am I…really?

Who am I really? I’ll let you in on a little secret. My career identity was not (and is not) my true identity. I wish I had known, standing on the cusp of retirement, the importance of taking the time to reflect on the journey that led me to where I was at the time. A...