Let’s face it. Distanced becomes disconnected in a hurry. And disconnection breeds distrust.
The COVID-19 quarantine (social distancing, stay-at-home, whatever you want to call it) has brought forth a lot of mean girl (and guy) tendencies. In the last two weeks, I’ve weighed in on complaints, sometimes hysterical ones, about the lack of social distancing in my neighborhood. I witnessed more than one ugly rant on social media... Continue Reading →
Earlier this week in Houston: Republic Country Club closed its doors forever. All its employees, many of them veterans, are now out of work. First Crush Tastings, a food and beverage sampling and promotional company, announced it laid off 70% of its employees (they had already shut down contract work through April – this figure... Continue Reading →
This has been on my heart for since all the craziness started. All around me, I see fear. Not love. Not even complete facts. Fear. Out of fear, cities, counties and states have shut down businesses, many of which are small and will never reopen. Many of which have had to let go of employees,... Continue Reading →
While I work on another post (there are a lot of thoughts going through my head right now), I thought I would pull up the post that started it all from the archives. I aslo included the update. Thanks for reading! “She’s a bitch.” Those were the exact words from someone trying to hire me... Continue Reading →
Let’s face it – we’re all curious. Sometimes, we’re even a little nosy about things that don’t concern us.
We all have this amazing ability to put ourselves front and center in every situation – even when it’s not about us.
Exercise give you endorphins. Endorphins make you happy. And happy people don’t shoot their husbands. – Elle Woods, Legally Blonde After two weeks of canceled fitness classes, eating and drinking all the things and lying around spending time with my family and friends, I went to back to dance class. It wasn’t pretty. I was... Continue Reading →
Sometimes, the best traditions start by accident. Every year, my husband and I have use New Years’ Day (or somewhere in that last year/first year blur) to outline our goals for the new year. What started out as the standard, non-specific “goals” (I want to lose weight, get in shape, find a job and/or start... Continue Reading →