Women

A Wide Angle Lens Look at Mentoring

This post is in preparation for the discussion on “Mentoring” in my Facebook Group which begins on September 7, 2019. If you’re not a member, click through to this link and ask to join. (I let everyone in!) If you haven’t read the fictionalization written from Priscilla’s point of view, do that now. Then you’ll …

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Join the Discussion

Discussion holds the power to enlighten and inform. Of course, it needs to be a two-way conversation where listening happens as often as talking…and from both sides. In our crazy “You Can Do it All” world, it can be difficult to maintain the focus needed to accomplish any task well. That’s one of the things …

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Wonder Woman: Being a Warrior is a Good Thing

Perhaps you’re finished with all the Wonder Woman hype. As long as there are new thoughts popping up about this superhero, I’ll be writing about her on my blog. After all, in the realm of “holding out for a hero,” Wonder Woman has been worth the wait. Last week, I wrote about Wonder Woman’s pure …

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My Fantasy Debut: Masked Hearts is available

I’m a fantasy author. I’m a fantasy author. *dances around the desk singing* Read my debut story in Masked Hearts today. Join the fun on the blog tour for the next two weeks. There are reviews and interviews and chances to win prizes. I know you don’t want to miss any of that. I’m excited …

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School Begins: So will this argument about dress code

Most of the time, I just blow off the millions of memes I see on Facebook, especially when they’re obviously nothing more than a soapbox. For some reason, this one stabbed deeper than others. Because enforcing a dress code has nothing to do with shaming or promoting misogyny. I worked in the public education system …

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Successful Parenting Outcomes

Recently, four women sat around discussing childbirth. Once you’ve experienced that moment (or those long, arduous hours), there is no going back to the forgetful bliss of beforehand. Not one of us would willingly exchange our children to avoid the pain. Little did we know, the delivery suite adventure was not the peak of our …

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Is Confidence Linked to Appearance?

We’re going to a company picnic – my husband’s company picnic – and I pull shorts and tank tops out of the dresser. After all, it’s late July and the temperature is predicted to be near 90. These shorts pinch my waist. All those sleeveless shirts will draw attention to my less-than-firm triceps. Shorts that …

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