October 2, 2019

Your Average Jo: You’ve Got Mail

WRITTEN BY: Joanna Track Do you have a love/hate relationship with your inbox? I do. My day typically starts (and ends) with a sweep of my email. I often vent and lament on feeling like a slave to my inbox, but like any good Stockholm syndrome victim, I’m also in […]
September 18, 2019

Back To School Goals For Mom

That time of year has hit again and while we’re busy getting kids organized for back to school, I’m reminding myself of some goals that will help all of us survive the season (and the year!) in a happy and successful way.
September 5, 2019

Getting back to business

WRITTEN BY: Kelsey Ramsden I’ve never been too good at sugar coating aside from icing cakes, so I’ll just come right out and say it…..YAY for the end of my summer schedule! I don’t know about you but I feel a bit of guilt every year when I get less […]
August 12, 2019

‘I can’t brainstorm … I’m not a creative person!!!’

WRITTEN BY: Marilyn Barefoot Did someone ever say to you ‘You’re not a creative person’? Well whomever it was … they were wrong … and I love proving those people wrong every day! When guests walk into a brainstorming session, I regularly hear them say … ‘I don’t know why […]
July 29, 2019

Recovering from feelings of failure

I try not to use the word failure in my life. It’s one of those big bad f words. (I’m sure you can guess which other ones I’m thinking of). In the big wide world of experiences, failure is one of those experiences that forces you to learn. For me, whether in my personal life or in business, the focus should not be on failing, but instead on what you do after you feel you have failed.