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Awesome is the only word that comes to mind.

As I sit here basking in the glow of my first 2 days of school, I feel such relief that I could cry.


I had the kind of year last year that makes a person question their profession.  183 more words


Why Moving from "Parent/Child" to "Adult" Ego States Will Improve Your Business (3 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Matt H.

Founder & Owner of: The Gay Stepdad

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Business, Family & Life and Successful Living Writer… 878 more words


Flying Monkeys And The Narcissist's Enablers

Flying Monkeys

Rhyming Poem Below :-)

The real faces of Flying Monkeys

Flying Monkeys is an actual term used to describe the Narcissist’s followers, or even more accurately, the Narcissist’s Assistants, who further wound the already-traumatized victim by willingly participating in the Narcissist’s Smear Campaign against the Narcissist’s target. 349 more words


Leadership Takes Self-Control. Here’s What We Know About It

(Source: hbr.org)

A comprehensive review of research findings on employee self-control found that there are three main reasons why people occasionally lose self-control: 1) self-control is a finite cognitive resource; 2) different types of self-control tap the same pool of self-control resources; and 3) exerting self-control can negatively affect future self-control if it is not replenished. 954 more words

Money Matters

All the Shoes I've Worn Before

Not so long ago, I did an essay on FEET.  Yes.  I did.  Written on an envelope in a moment of complete creativity, and remembrance of…wait.   1,003 more words

The Key to Entertaining Toddlers and Kids Sans Screens

She was exuberant and I was exhausted. She was a very clingy only child, always tugging for someone to play with her. I remember searching on google “how to entertain a 15 month old toddler.” And that’s how I stumbled upon activity bags, a whole new world of ways to interact with my child and possibly allow her to play by herself for a few minutes without resorting to the screen. 653 more words


Understanding the Brain: Us & Them

I love Robert Sapolsky. I first saw him in the documentary, Stress: Portrait of a Killer which is, as they say, a must-see look at the long term effects of stress on the body and mind. 1,001 more words