Now that your life has slowed down drastically, Are you working on your New Years resolution list from 1990????? or who knows when. The point is that we are so busy that a lot of our to do's have been left for days, weeks, months and even years to complete. I am not happy that … Continue reading Sending a little love and hope your way (;
It's 9:37 am on a Wednesday. To some the week is almost over and to others two more long days till Friday's happy hour. I am finishing up my cup of coffee while gathering the paperwork from my last client. I do this routine every day and have for the last ungodly number of years. However, today it … Continue reading Feeling myself in heels today 🙂
That was a question asked in a Facebook post I belong to. The responses were fascinating. I love reading about stuff like that. My friend lives in a home built in 1900. The home is a beautiful Victorian, that I am sure was stunning in her prime in the 1900's. This is a 7 bedroom house that measures … Continue reading Imagine remodeling a beautiful 3 floor Victorian home and stumbling across………
Recently, I wrote an assignment that inspired me to reflect on certain things in my life. The assignment led me to interview several women in leadership roles. After speaking with these women, I learned that women need mentors, coaches and supportive leaders that can help guide them to a better place. The word coaching, and … Continue reading Road blocks and Gremlins
I’m not trying to make light of the current pandemic that is going on. Trust me, I work with the community and I get it. Safety at all cost. I hope everyone is taking serious precautions all around. I am hopping with my post I can give some refreshening ideas of what to do with … Continue reading What not to do but do during Covid-19 !!!
Our media is bombarded with news about the pandemic virus that is spreading fast, the presidential primaries, natural disaster impact, and local devastating news. The commonality is that it is all negative. I’ve had one heck of a week. I am overworked, tired, underpaid and going through changes. A glass of wine has been my … Continue reading My accomplishments this week amidst the Covid-19
My family has had several loses in a span of several weeks. Losing a loved one is never easy especially if its within the same family. I have never experienced funeral arrangements until the passing of my biological father in 2013. His passing was unexpected. Between my siblings and other family members, we were … Continue reading After the funeral now what?
Dear neighbor The sounds of your footsteps to my ears have me lying awake each night. Do you ever wonder..... I lay my head to sleep at 11 pm in hopes to fall into a deep sound sleep before the show starts, yet the show starts..... Each creeping noise of footsteps is etched into the … Continue reading Sleepless in Sherwood
Here I am again, a year later.
As a family member and friends to many of the residents of Puerto Rico, I can't say that I understand what they are going through. However, the images on social media, the news and the tone in family members voices speaks in volumes. My sister was born and raised in Puerto Rico, while she also lived in Bronx, … Continue reading PUERTO RICO: What happens after the devastation of 2 hurricanes?