It’s 3:27 PM on Sunday and the weekly broadcast of this week’s Sunday scaries is well underway. My anticipation of Monday morning is now in full swing. FULL. SWING. When I graduated from college seventeen years ago and entered the career world, I made a promise to myself that if I consistently dreaded the arrival of Monday morning for more than a month or two, … Continue reading Hello Sunday Scaries
My spare room in my condo is a tiny one and has slowly been used as a place to literally throw everything that I did not want in plain sight. Until this weekend
I’m left with the realization that the subconscious is pretty freaking amazing, and I’d love to get to know mine a bit more intimately.
I’ve lived in Colorado for 4-1/2 years. Until recently, I had yet to hike the Manitou Incline. I had heard stories about how intense it is and noticed how those who had completed it wore it like a badge of honor. Climbing 2,000 feet in elevation, I had been warned that, somewhere along the less than one mile path, I would curse my decision to take … Continue reading Manitou Incline
I’ve been on a few trips lately and I’ve found the following small investments to make a big difference in before and during my travels.
The quinoa and black beans in this dish are high in protein, making it a satisfying one-dish meal.
I recently bought quite a few monogrammed mugs as client gifts for the holidays. Here are some of my favorite ones! They are inexpensive gifts that scream thoughtfulness and class. Enjoy! Monogram Mug on Amazon White with metallic gold mug on Amazon World Market White Glossy Porcelain Coffee Mug with Gold Monogram and Handle on Amazon Black Letter ceramic coffee mug on Amazon Continue reading Never Enough Monograms
By now you’re most likely aware of all of the reasons why quinoa is good for you. Quinoa was first consumed by the Incas three to four thousand years ago (give or take) and “was the gold of the Incas” because they believed it increased the stamina of their warriors. Quinoa is a good source of protein, fiber, iron, copper, thiamin and vitamin B6. It’s also an excellent … Continue reading Quinoa. More please.
Some thoughts on how to pick the right person by being the right person.
Here are photos from my recent trip to Estes Park on Saturday, September 30th. I hiked Dream Lake Trail in the morning followed by lunch at The Stanley Hotel on an absolutely gorgeous fall day!