A jar of moral obligations
Don’t sell me something. Just give me an argument.
At the beginning of December, store shelves were brimming with Advent calendars filled with chocolates.
Not for me. I was presented with an “Advent Jar”...
Northern Lights Unplugged
It was one of my most bizarre shopping moments.
I’d just met with a client to confirm we’d be moving ahead with a project. Feeling...
A rodent ate my garnish
Okay, folks, loosen up. Today’s challenge is a biggie. We’re going to pick a stunning place to visit, take in a breathtaking, awe-inspiring, once-in-a-life time...
All I need
The waiter explained that the restaurant had a rodent problem. I’m still speculating on what happened when he returned to the kitchen to explain to...
Even if it can’t be done, do it anyway
When you pack for your vacation, what is “all you need?”
Assume that the basics of life are covered (i.e. food, shelter).
One Ringy-Dingy, Two Ringy-Dingies
Anyone who’s been around little kids has a special place in their heart for the word “more!” How many of you have sang “The Wheels...
Whatever floats your boat (or house)
There isn’t a company out there that doesn’t claim “customer service” as the one unique characteristic that sets them apart. Yet as consumers, we continue...
Dr. Seuss, my writing coach
It was the kind of conversation only a mother could have with her son in a car on the way back from the airport.
Oh brother (and sister), where art thou?
I’ve learned quite a bit from Dr. Seuss over the years. He’s been a career counselor (Oh, the Places You’ll Go!), a guide to hiring...
While writing a blog on productivity, I came across an alarming statistic—apparently more time is lost searching for, and trying out new productivity apps than...