Yesterday my wife and I travelled to Kansas City from the Tulsa area. It was a fun four hour drive, but geez Kansas City is cold this time of year. There’s a big difference between thirties and teens with snow on the ground. I am definitely not a northern frozen chosen. There are too many
Okay, so day two. I woke up at 6:30 in the morning! Now I do get up at 5:45 in the morning for work during the week, but waking up early on days off is unheard of for me…. So to do it two days in a row is like, a miracle. But to recap
I started reading the Power of Habit for one main reason. I wanted to learn why I have some bad habits and how to change them. One is I have trouble getting going in the morning. This is something I have struggled with since I can remember. My brother Billy was always a morning person.
Each week I pick a Book of the Week with the intention of helping you find and develop your “superpowers”. Throughout the week I will discuss the book and look forward to your input in the discussions. This blog is or superheroes and superheroes in training.
I usually think of myself as a pretty empathetic person. I’ve worked as a nurse for years in geriatrics. I always felt it was a passion of mine. Helping those who couldn’t help themselves or many times even speak up for themselves due to an illness is why I love geriatrics. Many times when I
This week’s book of the week is Brene Brown’s Dare to Lead. Today I’ve been reading section 4 “Rumbling and Vulnerability”. Shame is never an easy read. And Brene’s books are like taking a swan dive into the internal hard stuff. Dare to Lead is no different. Today I decided to write about shame, because