Month: June 2015

10 lessons I’d share with the younger me

There’s something extremely gratifying in telling someone else “I told you so.” Knowing our beliefs or opinions were correct makes us feel justified and empowered.  I don’t know about you, but I occasionally struggle to take the advice of others, often believing that they don’t truly... read more

An Open Letter to Fathers

Hey Dad(s), I think, in a lot of ways, you don’t get enough credit. Mother’s Day is always a big production with breakfast in bed, spa treatments, lots of gifts and heartfelt notes. Sure, Father’s Day gets some attention, but it’s mostly seen as a day to get you some new grilling... read more

The Strength of a Woman

Today is National Cancer Survivors Day. I’d like to tell you a story about a woman who fought cancer and beat it. In 2010, Sari King, 55, was diagnosed with breast cancer. Heartbroken and shocked, she weighed her options. She questioned God, questioned herself and with the support of her... read more