I have a passion for my scope in education. I am addicted to teaching my college students, and I learned quite frankly, I am not addicted to selling various products. And while I will fight to get others to believe they can succeed in higher education, I do not have the passion to convince others… … More Why Network Marketing isn’t for Me!
I hope my experiences will encourage you to never give up on yourself. If you’re looking for a virtual hiking companion– a chit chat on craving the day–then join me. Let’s talk your ideas of success. I’ll be sharing my experiences with you, and I invite you to join in with your own tips for success. Happy, safe traveling, and remember…the joy truly is in the journey! … More Crave the Day: Have Goals? Get Uncomfortable!
During my career, mentoring and helping others reach their goals was a part of my responsibility. Upon my retirement, I began interacting with many people who felt their ambitions were not tangible–goals such as earning a college degree and landing a dream job. Additionally, I was surprised at the notion of failure that prevented these individuals from even trying and so this series is dedicated to travelers who lack a travel guide. … More Crave the Day: Where are you Traveling?
In the end, learning happens because you, me, we commit to the influence of change. We commit to the process that in one or two years we conquer a goal or two, or three–the key is we have a vision of goal(s). While the journey is the adventure, we must still make an appointment to be somewhere and dedicate ourselves to these goal(s). We cannot expect change to simply envelope us; we must diligently move forward and believe the journey is the lesson. … More 52 Weeks of Thankfulness: Week 18, Students We Nailed it!
As I continue Bernadette’s “52 Weeks of Thankfulness” at Haddon’s Musings, I’m honoring our nation’s military service men and women, this includes anyone who has served and raised their right hand to The Oath of Enlistment or The Oath of Office. Additionally, I thought I might share a section of The Oath of Enlistment: “I will … More 52 Weeks of Thankfulness: Week 5, Our Military
Fridays are Feminist Friday on Haddon’s Musings; although, I do not claim the title of feminist, I do advocate women are strong. I raise my daughter to be strong and competent, and kind. I believe a balance amongst these three traits is essential. I will also agree, during times of necessity, one trait should be displayed … More 52 Weeks of Thankfulness: Week 2, Women Power
This year I have decided to plummet into Bernadette’s “52 Weeks of Thankfulness” over at Haddon’s Musings. First, I am thankful she’s shared this challenge; it really affords everyone an opportunity to be mindfully positive and find thanks in the world around us. I know every situation is not perfect or fair or so on, … More 52 Weeks of Thankfulness: Week 1, Blogging Community
Spoiler Alert: On Wednesday I wrote “Words Crush Wednesday: A Lesson on Exploration,” and I challenged readers to identify an object that could be a treasure or not. So if you want to join the fun, please read that post first by clicking on the link above. 🙂 For everyone else here goes…. Dear Mystery Object, … More A Letter for my Mysterious Object
“For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.”
– Robert Louis Stevenson- … More Words Crush Wednesday: A Lesson on Exploration
“Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and diligence.” -Abigail Adams- Learning is hard work, and no lesson is ever “attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and diligence” (Adams). Learning happens because you, me, we commit to the influence of change. We commit to the process … More Words Crush Wednesday: On Learning