March 22, 2019

There's a pile of papers that live on my desk. 

It's a steadily growing pile, about three inches tall, and I tend to love it and hate it so many times over the course of the day. 

The pile is organized, per se. The papers are important, you see, so I can't throw them away, but I can't necessarily file them because they'd need their own file? Or they don't really fall under one category... is this one events or marketing? It's marketing for events. Should that be its own folder? A separate folder?...

March 15, 2019

Sometimes I struggle with consistently writing on this blog because I ebb and flow between wanting to be open and honest about what's going on in my life and wanting my personal life to remain such - deeply personal. 

The truth is, I work very hard. Day in and day out, I try and give 100% to whatever task I'm doing. I pour my soul into my job. And, when you make your work deeply personal, your personal life tends to take a little bit of a back seat - it becomes to feel like it may be almost...

January 16, 2019

This may come as a surprise to my readers, but I'm a fairly shy person when it comes to my own growth. I don't like sharing it, nor do I like staring it in the face. I still struggle with being 100% honest with how I need to grown and remaining conscious of the fact that growth is slow. Almost imperceptibly slow. We don't really notice we're growing until we look back and think, whoa! Look at all these new leaves!

On our trip to Chicago, Eugenia and I both picked one thing we really wanted to do....

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