Hello 48Day Members :)Have you or ARE you struggling with burnout? In being a nurse for over ten years, I've struggled with burnout a number of different times for different reasons. While I new…Continue
Hello all!I'm working on developing a course for nurses who want to work outside the traditional world of nursing (hospitals, clinics and doctor offices). I've successfully moved out of the…Continue
Hello all.The holidays are upon us...I am starting a holiday helper business while I continue to work on my side business and look for work.Listening to some successful entrepreneurs made me re-think…Continue
I love interviewing artists and featuring them on LYCL. It has been waaaay too long so I'm thrilled to introduce you to Marisa Ray!
Mysterious. Playful. Inviting. Cozy.
That is how I describe Marisa Ray's work. I love her art and I think you will too; her art invokes a variety of feelings and emotions.
Marisa and I met via Deby Dearman's artist forum at 48Days.net, then we starting chatting via email and finally, we got on the phone and talked! We had a…Continue
Lately I can't seem to shake the sense that I have to let go of some of the good things in my life in order to chase (and fulfill) what is in my heart to do. This morning I wrote down the 3 things that, in my gut, I knew I needed to let go. Oh, it hurt in a good and bad way!…Continue
After realizing the many times in life I've been stuck, I noticed something else- I've also been able to get out of "stuck." In this post, I write about what I've learned, insights from Dr. Henry Cloud's book, "Necessary Endings," and the funny way I now move from stuck to moving on.
"Ouch," I said, rubbing my chest as I looked at my striped bedspread.
No, I wasn't having a heart attack. Or an anxiety episode. I was taking an inventory of the past decade of my…Continue
I introduced one of my very favorite movies to my roommates over the weekend: “What about Bob.”
If you aren’t familiar with the classic 1991 film, it is about a very likable, obsessive-compulsive psych patient (Bill Murray as “Bob”) and the psychiatrist he drives absolutely crazy (Richard Dreyfuss as “Dr. Leo Marvin).
In the beginning of the movie, Dr. Marvin, confident in his ability to “fix” Bob, gives Bob a copy of his latest bestselling book “Baby Steps” and teaches Bob…Continue