On December 18, 2008 I landed at Heathrow Airport with three suitcases, a dog, and a lot of nervousness. The sky was grey, in fact, so much about the UK seemed grey, having migrated from the green lands of the American south. We crammed everything into the rental car and I was driven (I... Continue Reading →
This month I lost a figure who dominated my childhood, my Uncle Steve. This is a post in his memory, and a promise to do something out of love in his name.
Not a blog to look at if you are looking for interviews gone wrong. It's a blog to look at if you are attempting to hire, need to make a choice, and are hoping and praying it's the right one. Also, I mention Lady Gaga a lot.
Being that I've run 10 half marathons and a marathon, writing a novel in 30 days should be a piece of cake, right? RIGHT?!?
Traveling back home after two years abroad - some parts of me have changed, other parts still crave the orange block of cheese.
A little twist on the Buddhist philosophy - your life is what your mind creates. In todays world, you life is what the data creates.
One of the best excuses to not run a marathon: I'm afraid I won't win. Here's how to break your perfectionist nature and do it.