At the Mayor Buddy Dyer Neighborhood & Community Summit this weekend, I attended the Storytelling for Organizations breakout session where the new Orlando Poet Laureate taught everyone best practices on incorporating storytelling into your message. As part of this, she had us break into groups of two and we had to tell a story about… Continue reading Why I went to the Mayor’s Summit
Short post, but I've been meaning to share. Husband and I took advantage of the Bank of America weekend at the Orlando Science Center last month. If you don't know about this, and you have a BofA credit/debit card, you can get into various museums around Orlando/USA for free the first weekend of every month.… Continue reading What I learned recently about giraffes
It has been claimed now by a few friends that I help offer a little bit of perspective in their lives. Either from choosing to not grieve the fact that they've lost so many friends over the past year, but to celebrate that they have been fortunate to know so many amazing people to begin… Continue reading A little perspective with GF
Over at Ddubs we're working on a project that will give us a new capability to promote, but it's a little complicated and it would be great to get your feedback here to let me know if you understand what I'm even talking about. 🙂 Comments and PMs welcome. The Expensive Words Edition: We can… Continue reading First Attempt: Machine Learning in Plain English
So on some whims, we decided to take the Myers-Briggs Personality tests again. We were surprised! You, too, can take the test over and over again, at 16personalities.com
A few weeks ago I saw the Opening Night of the sense and sensibility by Jane Austin at the Annie Russell Theatre. Sense and sensibility represented by the characters of two sisters. For some reason, I’ve never made that connection! Well, maybe I did, a long time ago, but the lightbulb turned on again when… Continue reading Sense & Sensibility with my MBA
I have a confession to make. I splurged on gluten-digesting enzymes and took them to Europe. And chowed down on bread: pasta, pizza, croissants, baguettes, pita. IT WAS AH-MAZING. My body got a little inflamed and water-heavy for a bit, but it was oh-so-worth it. But I did a trial run before the trip at… Continue reading Why I am gluten free series, Part Three: Science!