A few weeks from now, I’ll pack my life in boxes to live overseas for the first time. I’m leaving with my husband carrying the role that I’m still slowly coming to terms with: a trailing spouse.
One of the most difficult Lenten sacrifices I ever had to make was the abstinence from gossip.
I put a Miles Davis record on, make my second cup of coffee, and look at a handwritten To Do list peeping at me from our home work desk.
There is an absence of movement and noise other than the slight hum of the A/C and jazz music filling the entire apartment.
The rules for business writing have evolved over time. As I face a mixed-age audience for a training session, I experience a little conflict in making the rules relevant (and important) for millennials.
Millennials cannot be exclusively blamed for our confusion. Language becomes the collateral damage as the new online media distort the norms.
CrossFit did not appeal to me before I tried it. I was one of those people who never aspired to include weight training, gymnastics, and burpees in my fitness routine.
This one is controversial—and writing this is a bold step that I feel compelled to do.