Do you ever come across a meme or graphic in your social feeds and it just kind of knocks the wind out of you? Something that speaks so much truth to you that you let out a little gasp? When I saw the following image while scrolling my Instagram feed it really hit home. And
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MLM is a controversial topic. Its supporters emphasize the ability of MLM consultants (essentially independent contractors) to make some much needed side income while meeting the demands of a hectic family life. Critics in turn highlight the fact that the majority of MLM sellers will actually lose money before the end of their direct selling career.
I am using my time and my little space on the internet to offer this peek into my unfiltered life and issue a reminder we all deserve:
If perfection is the goal, we are all failing.
Social media can be the devil, do you feel me? Now don’t get me wrong, it has some really great benefits too. I too am one of those social sellers that will use Facebook and Instagram as my platform to introduce products. It reaches a large audience of people who I do not interact with
Big, big changes are happening in the Dunn household this spring. It’s best not to dump those details here, but the essential points are: (1) I’m going to be severely limited in my ability to work with my special education law clients this year, but (2) there’s a burgeoning business opportunity I will be able to harness this
Let me start by sharing my worst kept secret: I need structure and self-imposed rules to keep my life in order. It’s very hard for me to motivate myself without a sound plan and a check list. I have accepted that it’s just how I roll. Lately, I have been more irritable and mentally exhausted. I’m sure the holidays played a
Earlier this month several of my friends who routinely commute to New York City for work posted photos of a crowded Grand Central Terminal on their Facebook pages. Trains in and out of the station were delayed for hours and commuters were frustrated. What they didn’t know, was why. Soon, their frustration turned to sorrow
I have a four-year old that is learning to spot differences between people, asks honest questions, and doesn’t have much of a filter. She asks about the big scar on my arm, has said that someone is “fat”, and noticed when someone is missing a limb. We had conversations about all of these things; she
Social media. We can’t escape it. People with their nose in their phone, oblivious to the world around them are everywhere. Whether we like it or not, it’s a part of our lives. To what extent is up to you. Recently I’ve been reading a lot about the negative aspects of social media – cutting into
Alright. I’m just going to put this out there at the risk of embarrassing myself. I’m not sure if you can relate, but I polled a few of my girlfriends and found that they could identify with me, at varying levels. I often feel obligated to check my phone. Does that sound weird? Let me