Have you ever looked at old yearbooks—for me, that would be from 1940s or 1950s—and thought, “Wow! Those young people look so old!” As a teen in the 1970s, I remember looking at the pictures of people from the middle of the
I bet we could all guess the ages of the two women described by guest blogger Jesse Lynn Stoner in her post “6 Guidelines to Creating a Vision for Your Life,” on Jann Freed Ph.D’s. blog. There is Michelle—a woman disappointed in her professional career,
For several reasons it seems like a time to expand, shift and reconfigure my business. My team and I have been creating histories for families and companies for over a decade—doing work we know to be meaningful—helping
In this week’s episode of The Delicious Story, we talked to coach, speaker and diversity expert Claudia Schabel of Schabel Solutions. Based in Des Moines, Iowa, for over two decades Schabel has consulted companies and organizations in the areas of diversity, equity, inclusion, and cultural competency.
Food labels have become our favorite reading material. As I mentioned in last week’s post, we have recently joined the low-sodium club, and so suddenly we find the nutritional information on cans and bags riveting.
And just like that, our lives changed. How many times have you heard that phrase? I like it best when associated with something positive, like the birth of a baby or a wedding, but not for an unexpected medical crisis.