If there's been one bright spot in this otherwise dismal post-COVID season, it's the increased favorability of many companies toward telework. As someone who has successfully worked remotely for many years, I can say it's about time. It's taken a pandemic to force many businesses to see the benefits of allowing employees to work from... Continue Reading →
Who Does She Think She Is?
Recently, my community experienced yet another tragic example of schoolyard bullying leading to suicide. A young girl at my son's middle school took her own life, following alleged repeated bullying by her classmates. As you can imagine, this tragic incident has brought bullying back to the spotlight. Hopefully, it means parents will have meaningful discussions... Continue Reading →
Five Business Lessons I’ve Learned From Marathon Training
Call it crazy. Call it risky for someone with my back issues. Call it a mid-life crisis. Each of those would be accurate an accurate assessment as I take on training for my first half-marathon just weeks before the big 4-0. As I sit at my dining room table, icing my foot and sipping white... Continue Reading →