Recently Jet has been doing this new thing where he laughs on purpose. It's almost like he's practicing how to laugh. Most times it looks forced. All times it's hysterical to watch. ""HAHA" now seems like a good spot to throw a laugh out there." But it serves as a good reminder. At least, it … Continue reading Source of Strength
"Teamwork makes the dream work." "Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much."- Helen Keller "None of us is as smart as all of us." - Ken Blanchard "Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is a progress. Working together is success."- Henry Ford "Cowabunga!"- Ninja Turtles (my personal favorite) I'm … Continue reading Team Turn of Mind
Kids can be ruthless sometimes. Back in my high school days I used to babysit this 5 year old boy. He wasn’t so bad to watch but sometimes he would have the worst tantrums (like kicking-me-in-the-face tantrums). I remember he used to love to play this spy video game and he would get so mad … Continue reading I Want What I Want
This past week was Kids Week at our Commack Campus and it was seriously a blast. As staff members, it's pretty much the one week out of the year we get the green light to run around, let loose, and act a third of our age. It's magical and tiring all at the same time … Continue reading Kids Man, Kids.
We all have seasons where we find ourselves super busy. How can we dwell in God's presence and not lose focus on what really matters? Here's: What To Do When You Realize You Can't Do It All. 🙂
As time goes on, things usually take a beating. Ever buy a new item, that you wanted so badly, and then something happens to it? A scratch, a snag, a pull, a missing piece? UGH. Bummer. I’ve done this to three articles of clothing in the past month! When we use certain items over and … Continue reading People Worn
My sister has down syndrome and I wouldn't trade her for the world. Laura may be younger than me but she has taught me numerous lessons. A few to count are compassion, unconditional love, simplicity, and seeing life through a different lens/perspective. One lesson that she has taught me, that I truly treasure, is not … Continue reading Stop Taking Yourself Too Seriously
"And after the earthquake there was a fire, but the Lord was not in the fire. And after the fire there was a sound of a gentle whisper." 1 Kings 19:12 Growing up I was pretty shy. My mom tried to put me in modeling but I hated it, mostly because I was so scared … Continue reading How to Hear When Life Gets Loud
Climbing levels is fun when you are playing Donkey Kong, but not when you are analyzing your life next to someone else's. Have you ever fallen into the comparison game? I totally get it and have been there too. It's like no matter what level you reach, there is always another level to climb to. … Continue reading 4 Ways to Escape the Comparison Trap
Listening to Perry Noble in real life is a tad different than listening to him on a podcast! Yesterday I had the privilege to attend a conference with Perry Noble as the main speaker.
Here are some leadership one liners I jotted down.