Other than being a story teller, fact seeker, and all around social networking junkie; I am a mother, wife and life long student. My two girls never run out of inspiration to share with their frazzled mother, and my husband knows when my bubble has popped.
Other than the Internet (as if anything else exists) I enjoy reading, yoga, writing, boating, and exploring.
Three things I never leave the house without:
- J.J. Taylor Companies, Inc.IT Tech, 2013 - present
The Pleasure of Reading to Impress Yourself - The New Yorker
Associating pleasure and guilt when it comes to reading presumes an anterior, scolding authority—one which insists that reading must be work
Reader's Digest Trust Poll: Here's What Shocked Us the Most | Reader's D...
We removed the three highest scorers from our list of 100—which were “your own doctor” (77%), “your own spiritual adviser” (71%), and “your
The Meeting & Event LEAD Blog: 15 Lessons Learned in 15 Years of Sel...
Entrepreneurship IS the Ultimate Freedom: Whenever I hear about corporate politics from some of my hotel friends I am so thankful that I cho
Subaru teaming up with the Center for Pet Safety to make your dog’s ride...
Subaru has always valued that many of their customers are also dog owners. There most recent advertising campaign featured a salesman who se
The science behind wanting to squeeze adorable things
Cute aggression is real. That chubby cat jumping through soda boxes could make you a danger to yourself VIDEO
Nature Blows My Mind! The Multi-Generation, 2,500 Mile Monarch Butterfly...
The only insect to make an annual seasonal migration over such distances, the journey is so long it takes four generations of butterflies to
Study: Wanting Things Makes Us Happier Than Having Them
An empirical evaluation of materialism
Study Shows Wanting Stuff Makes Us Happier Than Having Stuff
Research finds that the positive emotions associated with stuff is in the anticipation of ownership, not ownership itself.
Balancing Happiness and Consumerism in the Digital Age
When I decided to purchase an e-reader, I didn't realize the consumerist conundrum it would crack open.