Josh was at a job site and noticed a tiny baby fox squirrel laying on the ground. He decided to leave it there to be reunited with its mama and would check again the next day. As he returned, it was still there on the ground, so cold it was shaking like a leaf. Josh … Continue reading Orphan baby squirrel
I have worked in Professional Development for 15 years. Professional development by way of Events (planning large/small and virtual conferences where one attains continuing education) for the first 10 years of my career and by way of Executive Education (hosting professionals for customized trainings on campus) for the last 5 years. I have learned a … Continue reading Personal Development
It sounds overwhelming already, I know. Just the thought of returning to school is a lot but now as a parent?!? Whether you are looking to complete a college degree, a trade, sharpening skills, your Master's degree or even a PhD, I am here to tell you, from my own experience, it is totally possible … Continue reading 6 Tips on Going Back to School as a Parent
I am always on the hunt for new family dinner recipes that meet a few specific requirements. They must be quick, have simple ingredients, healthy but kid approved and yummy! Also, it's a plus if the meal goes far- we have 3 growing boys and my husband is the type that eats 2-3 portions. I … Continue reading Easy family dinner – Shrimp Scampi
We spent some time building with Duplo blocks this morning. This is actually one of my favorite things to do with them, typically on a weekend morning while watching Paw Patrol. We build houses as tall as we possibly can. We each get one of the little people and get to play house. Then we … Continue reading What we really want for Mother’s Day.