What do you love most about what you do?
What do you love most about what you do? Continue Reading
It’s what’s inside that counts.”
This cliché was integral to my eating disorder recovery in 1999, when I learned to focus less on my body and accept it.
In 2007, I found myself pregnant and reliving pieces of my recovery all over again. Pregnancy for me was like time travelling. I was so excited for the arrival of beautiful child and I was consumed with thoughts of my future as a mom. At the same time, as a recovered anorexic and bulimic, the symptoms kept dragging me back to the past. Continue Reading
Getting older is pretty inconvenient but simultaneously glorious because you have a wealth of experience to draw from – except when you don’t, because of dementia. Historically, I didn’t have a clear understanding of the impact of dementia on a family, I mean how bad is being forgetful? I forget stuff all the time. But it’s more than that. Continue Reading
So you’ve decided to become your own boss and transition to self-employment. CONGRATULATIONS! I made the same decision myself and I get asked all the time what my advice would be to someone just making the leap. My answer is always the same. Continue Reading
@rgay Hope you’re ok. Rest up!