Five Things You Should Be Doing On Your Snow Day

on Tuesday, 11 February 2014. Posted in Goal Setting, Coaching

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Five Things You Should Be Doing On Your Snow Day

For most of the state of Georgia today is a snow day. Many schools have been closed and places of business have told their workers not to report. Today most of us will spend the entire day from sun up to sun down in the house. As a child snow days meant cartoons, sleeping in and taking
advantage of 24 hours to do absolutely nothing. The last metro-Atlanta snow day which was just two short weeks ago was a child's snow day for me. I spent the day on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. When I wasn't weeding through debates over the weather and the lack of public transportation I was in front of the television getting caught up on my trash TV.

If you've been following me for any length of time you know I'm a stickler for self-care and me time, but as day one trickled into day two and three I because increasing disappointed in myself. I accomplished nothing. I'm always saying that if I had two more hours in a day I could accomplish so
much, but did I...? So that weekend I came up with a list of things that I could do during the next snow day. Just in case you're home today I thought I'd share it with you. If you're not home save it, it might come in handy one day.

2014 Life Planning Vision Board Workshop

on Thursday, 19 December 2013.

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Does the EEOC Protect You From Unethical Employer Retaliation

on Sunday, 06 October 2013. Posted in Coaching

Does the EEOC Protect You From Unethical Employer Retaliation

Imagine This...

You land your dream job. The skills and qualifications required are a perfect match with your credentials and experiences. The hiring manager describes an opportunity to build something from scratch. You are walking into a brand new initiative that you get to create based on your knowledge and expertise. You are the expert. You have arrived.

From day one there is an obvious disconnect between you and your supervisor. You're not quite sure how to put your finger on it, but you notice a few subtle things: your supervisor doesn't reply to emails and when he does there is a not-so-inviting tone; he sends information to other team members, but often "forgets" to include you; he laughs and is very cordial with older members of the team, but is very formal and stand-offish with your communications. You've obviously not one of his favorite people.

"March Book Club"

on Saturday, 09 March 2013.

Book Club

 

When is the last time you read a good book? Not 50 Shades of Gray good, but a book that you pushed you, challenged you? I like a book that speaks to me, but I LOVE a book that shouts at me. I am motivated by the success of my sisters. I enjoy reading about women who've overcome obstacles and accomplished greatness. I thrive off of the secrets women leave in the pages of a good autobiography. It's been awhile since I've read a good book. I often assign my clients books to read as part of my career coaching packages, but I haven't sat down to a good book in a while.

Family First

on Friday, 08 February 2013.

Family First

Recently I had the honor and pleasure to speak to a group of courageous young women ages 14 -19 about my life and experiences as a teen mother. I was invited by Family First, an organization in downtown Atlanta that provides counseling and assistance to young pregnant and teen moms. I was ecstatic about the opportunity to speak with this group of women of course because even 20 years later I still identify myself as a teen mom....

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