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What a freelancer can learn from the impeachment hearings

I promise to make this a non-partisan blog post.  Really! I’ve had the impeachment hearings on within earshot of my office all for the past few days.  I have to admit, I have a fascination with parliamentary procedures.  This comes from years of volunteering on various boards.  One time, the community council I participated in…

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I’m embracing a 4 day work week

I’ve decided to change things up.  Fridays are no longer going to be official workdays for me.  I’m adopting the 4 day work week. As the year ends, I’m noticing what a crazy year it has been with the broken ankle, my aging parents and more travel than I’ve had in years.  But even with…

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My experience at WordCamp US 2019

Freshly on two feet, I was more than just a little bit excited to hop on a plane and join the GoDaddy team at WordCamp US in St. Louis last week.  After all, I had missed a trip to the Leadership Summit in August, missed a conference in Florida, missed visiting my parents, missed my…

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Communicate all the small things you do for your clients

“It’s not the big things that add up in the end; it’s the hundreds, thousands, or millions of little things that separate the ordinary from the extraordinary.” – Darren Hardy In 2015, I was overwhelmed with all the little things I was doing for my clients.  Before I had a care plan, I was frantically…

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Week 8: Working with a broken ankle

This is it.  I’m done.  No more ankle updates.  I am in two shoes and walking without crutches. For those of you that might be reading this series because you recently broke your ankle, even though I’m upright and wearing shoes, I have a long recovery ahead of me. You can expect your leg to…

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Week 7: Working with a broken ankle

This series is going to end soon, I promise! I’m sitting in my local Starbucks for the first time since August.  How I love the smell of a coffee shop! I don’t recognize the group that’s here today.  I’m usually a morning regular. The view is amazing and I have my leg propped up.  It’s…

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