Intentional Living: Is there joy in self-forgetfulness?

Think Again: Relief from the Burden of Introspection

We live in a world that conditions us to narcissism and self-promotion. But I wonder what it would look like to let go of self, to live our lives intentionally. I wonder if joy can be found in self-forgetfulness. Self-forgetfulness is counter-cultural. Intentional living is outward focused when the world screams that we spend more […]

Ethical Fashion.

What is it and does it matter?

What if you could change the world by living an intentional life? What would that look like? How would your everyday choices change the world we live in? Would little things like knowing who made our clothes actually make a difference? Two weeks ago I would have told you ethical fashion is a nice thought […]

Cynthia Ruchti’s ‘A Fragile Hope’ Giveaway

Litfuse Publicity and Abingdon Press sent me a copy of Cynthia Ruchti’s latest book, A Fragile Hope, in exchange for my honest opinion.  If you have followed this blog for any amount of time, by now you know I love everything Ruchti writes. A Fragile Hope did not disappoint. As always her character development is […]

5 Reasons Why Administrative Assistants Rule the World

Administrative Assistants rule the world. I know this because I once was one, I’ve hired a few, and for the last two years, I’ve worked with the queen of all Admins. She keeps the rest of us on our toes. So here are my top five reasons why Administrative Assistants rule the world. And just […]

Administrative assistants appreciation day

Lisa Lloyd’s ‘Chasing Famous’ Prize Pack Giveaway

Chasing Famous is about Lisa Lloyd’s personal struggle with the limelight. I’ve never been one for performing, but my son loves the stage. His quiet presence in a crowd transforms and I see him come alive as he acts out stories, helps with the stage crew, or become the characters he loves. The opportunity to […]