Reframing Thoughts

I sat on the call, feeling the anxiety build. Confusion, worry and doubt began to fester. “What in the world am I going to do here? Why am I even a part of this”? One by one the group members discussed the tasks at hand. The leader spoke quickly, firing off tasks and other items. … Continue reading Reframing Thoughts

Using Bundled Offers to Increase Poshmark Sales

I joined Poshmark in 2013. Over time, the platform has evolved, and so has the seller's strategies in remaining successful. In the past, we listed, shared and followed easily. There weren't any options to bundle, send offers, or message on a private bundle. Yet, the sales were there and occurred nearly on a daily basis. … Continue reading Using Bundled Offers to Increase Poshmark Sales

2019 Reflections

Everyone does it, but this is something that I've done for years. I remember distinctly sitting on the couch in my elementary school years, writing in my pink My Melody secret diary. It was New Years Eve, and I told myself that I would always remember what I did in the year, what I learned … Continue reading 2019 Reflections

Five Tips for Effective Networking

Ok, let's be honest. Who really loves networking ? At first glance, there's so many things about it that make it uncomfortable:  You're putting yourself out there, so there's a sense of vulnerability. Approaching complete strangers. Enough said. Attempting to sound interesting enough to make a meaningful connection and maintain it. The energy. No one … Continue reading Five Tips for Effective Networking

An Unexpected Ending

The day began like many others: a flurry of emails, inquiries to respond to, reports and issues to troubleshoot. I had planned to work on the prep for some large upcoming projects. I was sure to make headway on a lot of pending tasks. Then, mid afternoon, I went to a meeting. The next thing … Continue reading An Unexpected Ending

Two Years Later

I remember how I felt back then. I've detailed them in so many different blog entries. I was so scared of being a bad mother - not knowing what to do, not caring enough for my son, even wondering if I was good enough to be anyone's mother. I was afraid that I would never … Continue reading Two Years Later

Not the Favorite

I look at the picture with both feelings of nostalgia and pain. At the time, I had only been a mother for all of two months. I had no idea what I was doing, and I was scared most of the time. And yet, there I was, in a simple photo with a small smile, … Continue reading Not the Favorite

Travel Diaries: Another First

I don't travel all too often to work.  Last year, budgets were revised, and I was on maternity leave when some of them came up. Business trips just weren't a part of the plan that year. Once I returned to work. I didn't have any issues with it.  It meant that I didn't have to … Continue reading Travel Diaries: Another First

#momlife: Roll Switch!

What happens when the working mom gets a taste of single motherhood? How did she survive? Does it change her perspective ? Find out what guest author April experienced in her #momlife post! Ever heard of the saying "Behind every successful man, is a woman"? Well in my case, the saying goes the other way … Continue reading #momlife: Roll Switch!

365 Days

It seemed so unfair. I was finally making progress with my recovery from Postpartum Depression and Anxiety. I was finally starting to enjoy motherhood. Yet, I had to leave that all behind and go back to being in the corporate world. It’s hard to believe, but a year ago today, I went back to work … Continue reading 365 Days