A month ago, nine of us got together for a languid, late afternoon catch up. These people that I saw on that Saturday, in the confines of a comfortable coffee shop, these people are what I call the cozy breath of home. Friendships that mean more than just people catching up.
I’d known them for 23 years. For many of us, that’s a lifetime. Continue reading “Friendships that survive”
Changing mindsets is harder than you think. You just have to glance at your Twitter feed every now and then to know what I mean. Continue reading “Changing Mindsets and Working on Growth”
I have a confession. I used to be a bookworm. The kind that would be deaf to the world when a book found its way into my hands. A person who’d lose all sense of place or communication once the book had ensnared me with its words, sentences, paragraphs.
Until the internet, social media and blogging happened. Continue reading “Why we must make time to read”