On pressure

In thinking about enjoying a moment, I often think about how the pressure I place on myself can often rob me of the joy to be had in these moments. It's at work. On the days when I feel like I've lost my temper and failed to plan well, that I can't stop and see… Continue reading On pressure

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N is for No

I either say No too much or not enough. It never seems like I have a balance of saying No in the right times or right places. Is there a book called The Art of No? I would tell you I'm going to be the one to write it, but I think I'll say no to that after… Continue reading N is for No

M is for Marriage

I wrote this list when Josh and I were engaged. We had been thinking, reading, and talking a lot about how to "prepare" for our marriage. After awhile of talking about something for so much, there's nothing else to say and there comes a time where you just have to walk through it. After almost two… Continue reading M is for Marriage

G is for Generations

G is for the generation of teachers that came before me. They have been more than just mentors and coworkers. Most importantly, they have taught me:  Why Every 20-something Needs Friends That Are 40-something I didn’t realize that I had magically warped into an adult until I had my first grown up job and was… Continue reading G is for Generations

D is for Dance

In the month of February, I’m challenging myself to write more (everyday), share more, and risk more. Welcome to my A to Z series based on whatever came to my mind first. Enjoy the ride!  In college, Josh and I took ballroom dancing classes. As part of the class, we had to rotate partners with a… Continue reading D is for Dance