Multi-tasking is a skill, but sometimes we have to compartmentalize competing priorities. I’m passionate about sharing my experiences over the last few years with you.
Published in the ATD Greater Atlanta December 2021 Newsletter I started volunteering with ATD Greater Atlanta in 2017, and officially joined the chapter in 2018. Over the years, I’ve learned a lot, and gained valuable experiences throughout my leadership journey in the chapter. I’ve also been fortunate to have great people to learn from andContinue reading “My Leadership Journey from Volunteer to President-Elect”
Mother’s Day and Father’s Day is around the corner, and parents all over the world are celebrated. If you’re a lucky parent, you may get part of the day, or maybe the whole day to relax. During the other 364 days of the year, you have a million things on your mind, at every momentContinue reading “Moms and Dads – Treat Yourself by Investing Time in Your Personal Development”
A few weeks ago I was featured on a podcast, Adulting, with Casby Bias, and the topic was how to survive a layoff as a recent college graduate. Even though I graduated back in 2006, I still remember how it felt being layed off 9 months after starting a job – my first “real” adultContinue reading “Surviving a Layoff”
(Read My First Cervical Cerclage for reference) At 23 weeks I was put on bed rest due to my cervix funneling. My cerclage was holding, but it wasn’t enough. Even though I was on bed rest, I was positive that I would make it to full-term again since things worked out so well last time. Continue reading “My Cervical Cerclage Story (Part 2)”
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