23- Everyone Is Smart In Their Own Way

I used to think the word smart was reserved for the type of people who became doctors and lawyers. These were book smart overachievers who could retain anything. They were incredibly articulate and always used the correct grammar. It was a very narrow minded view of what constituted intelligence. It meant that either a person […]

Read It: Love Warrior by Glennon Doyle

I picked up this book after reading Carry On, Warrior at the start of the year. While I found her first book to be heavily rooted in Christianity, something I was admittedly not crazy about, I was drawn to Glennon’s voice. I actually met Glennon Doyle at Blissdom Canada 2013 in Toronto. She was on a panel […]

The Big Four-Oh

Forty. Two times twenty. The big four-oh. It came as expected, and I was surprisingly okay with it. I had expected some apprehension, because it is a BIG round number. But when the day came, I was completely okay with it. Even proud to be forty. The amazing ladies I work with decorated my office. […]

Read It: Wildflower by Drew Barrymore

I have just finished reading Wildflower by Drew Barrymore. I will confess, I was really excited about this book. I have always been intrigued by Barrymore. I grew up watching her life through tabloids, and her career on the big screen. Her life has always seemed like an unlikely comeback story after her fall from […]

24 – Lies Hurt Everyone

  I don’t tell lies. I don’t stretch the truth. I don’t withhold information. There was a time I did tell some lies, and I stretched the truth, and I withheld some information. I didn’t think it was a big deal. These lies were about me and I was telling them for me. If no […]