At the start of COVID times, recovery seemed just around the corner – end of April looked promising, then May, then the summer – surely the virus would disappear for a bit and give us a brief repreive? Instead, July… Continue Reading →
More often than not, when I’m working on a tough problem, the answer finally comes to me when I’m letting my brain rest – when I stop relentlessly noodling about something and lose myself in daydreaming.
“Women tend to give too much of themselves at work.” Kim Dority, Information Entrepreneur As I travel down this path of “what’s next for Donna,” I’m intentionally reaching out to people who dared to do something I have not: be… Continue Reading →
Where does the Time Go? 525,600 minutes 525,600 moments so dear 525,600 minutes How do you measure, measure a year? Rent, Seasons of Love, Jonathan Larson Recently I was working with a young professional who wondered how to fit everything… Continue Reading →
About 6 months ago as I suffered from this common ailment called burnout, I examined some of the differences I’d noticed between burning out and flaming out. I had a list of 19 different actions I might to take to… Continue Reading →