Generations of Leadership

I was never the type of kid who had their life planned out. I never knew what job I wanted, what college I wanted to attend, I didn’t even know what my favorite color was until I got older. I was the kid that, when asked what I wanted to be when I grew up,Continue reading “Generations of Leadership”

Missing Family for Christmas

Christmas movies are like the number one tradition in my family. It’s right next to lights, cookies, and Christmas dinner. My family has a ton of traditions ranging from icing sugar cookies, watching every Christmas movie we can get our hands on (except Diehard which is NOT a Christmas movie), and decorating our tree. OurContinue reading “Missing Family for Christmas”

When Despair Hits

There’s never a perfect time to have hard conversations about mental health. Withe holidays approaching and everyone feeling the busyness of the season, it’s easy to ignore or put-off our own needs. I mean all it takes is a quick google search and you get the statistics for depression, anxiety, panic, insomnia, and despair. DespairContinue reading “When Despair Hits”

Lonely Holidays

With Thanksgiving less than a week away, we’re probably all feeling the stress – the normal holiday stress mashed with the 2020 stress. Is it safe to travel? Should we even be considering inviting people over? For some of us it’s hard to decipher because we haven’t experienced the effects of covid. I believe that’sContinue reading “Lonely Holidays”