Friday Favorites Blog graphicIf only every weekend could be parents weekend…but alas, I am told that it cannot. So this weekend…back to my empty nest.  I do plan to fire up the fire pit and watch college football. What are your plans for this fall weekend?

Let’s get right to the good stuff…shall we?

☞ I only double dip with my husband.

Career advice from Buffett and Jobs…I’ll take it!

☞ Finally, someone gets to the point in how to email.

☞ I love this advice…“Starting the day with passion creates momentum”

☞ This is a music festival I could get excited about.

☞ It should be obvious…but just in case, Just Say No.

Finally, if you know me, you know how much I LOVE my Passion Planner…and they made a pink one for 2017 which I’m certain was just for me.  Check it out if you are looking for a great paper planner for the new year.



Friday Fab Four 10.30.15

Happy (almost) Halloween! And goodbye October…where in the world did this month go? It’s my favorite month of the year…the beauty is astounding.  I hope you had a really good week…I did. Good meetings with good people…it makes the week grand! Here are the four best articles I read this week and saved just for you! Happy trick or treating.

  1. 9 Learnings from 9 Years of Brain Pickings~Maria Popova {great list}
  2. The 7 Personal Branding Mistakes that can Ruin Entrepreneurs~Jose Vasquez {or anyone really}
  3. Screw Finding Your Passion~Mark Manson {no sugar coating on this one}
  4. Why I Don’t Answer Most Phone Calls~Adrian Joly {I don’t answer most of mine either}

Friday Fab Four

image001Happy Friday! Can you believe there’s only one more Friday in October? #timeflies

Here are four articles for you to read this week.

1. 7 Simple Social Media Moves that Work-Allison Fass (Really good advice, #4 is my favorite)

2. Don’t Leave a Hole Where Your Finest Work Should Go–Alexandra Franzen (sigh…love this blog post)

3. You Can Have an Easy Life or an Awesome One. Choose Wisely–James Victore (I chose awesome)

4. Passion at Work is More Important than Engagement–Jacob Shriar (Wholeheartedly agree! Find your passion)