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Lately I am coming to appreciate the simple things in life. Cuddling on the couch with my husband on a Sunday afternoon, in a pair of sweats, ordering a pizza and watching anime would be my version of heaven. While the world of social media can be deceptively driven by FOMO and Facetune, I am so proud of the fact that Catherine and I work tirelessly to encourage our staff to be real. Real isn’t always pretty, but it feels like we are reaching more and more people these days who turn to us because we aren’t the “standard” of picture perfect. When we are being authentic and transparent, it affords those who follow you the opportunity to do the same, and then we all feel a little less alone. Continue reading “Something To Think About”
If you had told me five years ago that, in the not-too-distant-future, I would become a mother, yogi, lover of pie, and have my life sort of figured out – I would not have believed you. I still struggle to believe it now: I’m an unconventional mother and yogi, and my love for pie might actually be an obsession.
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Stress is an inevitable part of our life. We worry about everything, one stickler that often gets to people is bills! You can save yourself some woe by going to a switching site to find the best broadband so that you know you aren’t overpaying. Stress is often the result of pressure we place on ourselves or demands that are imposed by work, family and lifestyle. While it may be impossible to eliminate, we can learn to better manage stress on a daily basis naturally. No tranquilizers here!
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Hello. My name is Lesli. I’m a workaholic.
It’s true. Ask anyone I know and they’ll tell you, I’m tethered to my phone, to the chime of a new email, a phone call or text from work. I happily give my all to my job, and as my reward, I’ve broken sales record, launched flawless campaigns and press events, earned promotions, met some amazing people and friends, and been asked to move to the US to manage a whole new market. I’ve earned a seat at the table, and I’ve learned in! Boy have I leaned in… (If you haven’t read LEAN IN by Sheryl Sandberg, you better!)
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