Candidate for Missouri House of Representatives, 91st District. Mother, wife, friend, education advocate, lawyer.
Monthly Archives: November 2012
Would you believe there’s only one more day of this book? It’s gone on much longer than 3 weeks, because I have lapsed here and there, but I have it almost finished! Today’s theme, again, is “do it now.” The … Continue reading
This will probably be a short post because I’m exhausted. (Or maybe quite long-winded, if so, bear with me.) Cassatt woke me up at 4:30 this morning and I couldn’t get back to sleep. I eventually got up, had some … Continue reading
Today’s theme is “embrace your strengths.” Wow. I don’t usually think about my strengths, much less embracing them. I think about weaknesses, where I am lacking. So, at the risk of bragging, I will list some of my strengths:
Last night we made it home from Thanksgiving vacation (and SO glad to be home!) and I needed a quick and easy dinner–so we wouldn’t have to go out to eat AGAIN. During a McDonald’s break, I looked up my … Continue reading
Day 17 is subtitled “Stop Comparing yourself To Others.” Once again a very timely chapter. I just had a talk with my sister-in-law. With 3 active kids at home and an active teaching job, her life is busy. Yet she … Continue reading
Day 16 tackles procrastination, again. The theme is to tackle the most dreaded task first. Whether that is the hardest or the least interesting, if it has to be done, do that one first. That is a lesson so easily … Continue reading