Do you have “that” kid? – Guest Post at Two Bugs

Do you have “that” kid? – Guest Post at Two Bugs

I just love it when a plan comes together. I have a blast writing for myself, but really, prefer to publish where my work will be seen – which means putting my words on other blogs. So I jumped on it when my best babes of blog land invited me to guest post – a lot. So here is a bit of flowing wisdom about having “that kid” over at Two Bugs and a Blog: Click on over: When Everything Changes  ...
My favourite chicken lady

My favourite chicken lady

In the last year or so I have spent quite a bit of time working with one of my favourite people, Julie Nowell over at Three Chickens and a Boat (ya random huh?) Busily taking over the world as a Blog maven, networker and egg collector she still finds time to be a good soul and wrote this: The REAL Blunt Mom Creator is And she made me so happy.        ...
Blog Tour Pit Stop

Blog Tour Pit Stop

Do you remember chain letters? You would get a hand addressed envelope in the mail from your fellow grade 6 classmate and you just knew…. As you open the missive your forehead cracks a sweat because you now have 24 hours to hand copy this chain letter until your pencil is a nub, and mail to 6 friends or you will DIE! You could not break the chain without facing apocalyptic consequences. That is sort of how I felt when the normally kind...
Food is Evil

Food is Evil

I am so bloody sick of talking, thinking, learning, researching, fussing and worrying about food. It wasn’t always like this for me, but then suddenly it was. When I was young, my mother’s friends who were of an age (well into their 40′s apparently) couldn’t wait to share endless tales of eating misery. They sat there in velvet pant-suits, smoking, clutching lime green Martinis, and dispensed their wisdom. They felt the...
Stepping back into the workforce

Stepping back into the workforce

Over a number of years I have interviewed a wagon load of people for positions, mainly for office jobs. You meet all kinds of interesting characters when you are trying to find your new favourite employee. The specific subgroup of applicants that I am thinking about today is one needing some advice methinks. Let’s call them the “Time Travellers” group of workforce re-entries. They last worked some time ago, and are trying to...