I Rock At Failure

I am pretty damn comfortable with failure.I didn't realize this was true until this past weekend, when my husband and I were listening to an audiobook on a trip out to Ohio. Brené Brown was discussing vulnerability and shame, and she said this about speaking at TED:"TED is like the failure conference. No, it is. You know why... Continue Reading →

Vows: Making Them Count

I recently posted one of Danielle LaPorte's Truthbombs on my Facebook page: This sparked a discussion of what it means to make a vow, to break a vow, and to hide behind a vow, a discussion that got me thinking about my first marriage and divorce. My first marriage happened when I was 24 years... Continue Reading →

Taking the Opportune Moments

As I get older, it is easier to do the right thing for the right reasons and harder to do the right thing for the wrong reasons.It's just...life is too short to spend time caring more about how I'm perceived than how I'm feeling. Yeah, I might not make everyone else happy anymore. Yeah, I... Continue Reading →

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