“What do you call yourself,” I asked my husband in the car as we drove our daily commute into the city from the suburbs. “You know, when you don’t want to sound like a . . .” “. . . greasy car salesman?” he responded. “Exactly.” “A Product Consultant.” He smiled. “I don’t sell people […]
It has be 130 days since I last posted a blog. No, it has been 130 days since I last wrote a piece for my blog — or any blog for that matter. I say this as if I’m in recovery because I suppose to some degree I am. I would wake up sweating […]
“Ah, it’s all good. You can do it all.” I’m sorry, what? Usually this is when I expect a lecture that begins with something like “you can’t have your cake and eat it too” and ends with, “well, something’s gotta give, girl, you crazy.”
Have you ever noticed that the pressure to relax when you have time off is even more than the pressure to perform well when you’re on the clock? I’ll admit I’ve never been particularly good at relaxing — I’m not so much a workaholic as I am a busy bee — but lately I managed […]
When I purchased the domain for Anchors & Freedom I was 21 years old, sleeping on the floor of an apartment in Oceanside, California and in the midst of a text message affair with a guy everyone called Good Time Charlie.