Memorial Day is a time to reflect on the many service men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice and gave their lives for their country. My Uncle, Billy, was one of these extraordinary heroes, just 19 years old when he was killed during World War II in Iwo Jima. Handsome, charming, creative and well-liked […]
Archives for May 2018
A long weekend is the perfect time to relax, recharge, and spend time with family and friends. If you are looking for a good book to read I’m highlighting 5 novels that you may want to put on your list if you haven’t already. For those of you more inclined to pick up a non […]
Selecting the right book at the exact time it will most resonate with you is more of a science than an art. I’m often asked for recommendations of books and enjoy sharing my thoughts on what I think someone may enjoy or learn from. In that spirit I’ve written a brief synopsis of 4 books […]
Recently I shared my thoughts with Staffing Industry Analyst’s The Staffing Stream on the importance of human contact during a time when AI and technology are continuing to change how we interact with others at a rapid pace. I think there is room for embracing both! Check out the entire piece here.
I recently visited dear friends in Italy who are living in Alberobello for six months. It was a wonderful trip filled with delicious food, gorgeous scenery and plenty of laughter. My friends, Andrea and Hugo, are blogging about their life in Italy and I was thrilled to write a guest post about the time I […]
As I begin this new adventure of blogging I thought it would be fitting to start with a quote and something related to books (hence the picture) For several years I have kept a list of favorite quotes which I regularly add to. I turn to the list when I need some extra inspiration and […]