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Boundaries

A few weeks ago, as I made us frozen dumplings for lunch, she asked me, “And after we eat, maybe you want to read some Baby-Sitters Club with me before math?” I gently explained that while she is always welcome to ask … Continue reading

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How to take PTO in the post-vaccine travel boom

Keep any feelings of guilt at bay As more workers end their remote-work saga and return to physical office spaces, some employees may feel guilty taking time off. People worry that there is no one on their team to do … Continue reading

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Thoughts of a Blogger: A Blogger’s Journal

I like the idea of my blog, and the content.  My message is clear “Life is simply far too short to ONLY think of your professional life.” Yes, I have obtained my Master in Social Work (MSW), and gone on to obtain … Continue reading

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Kissed

Comical Explanation

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Get More From Your Holiday

Take fewer pictures. That’s not to say you shouldn’t take photos, but if you find yourself pulling out your camera every 10 minutes, you might be missing out on what’s in front of you.  Be more spontaneous. Planning is helpful … Continue reading

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