The Work No One Sees

To those who do the work no one else sees: the servers, sharers, and sacrificers of all kinds. Your work is the most important work. It's the most difficult work. It's the most unacknowledged work. Your work would never get done if you depended on acknowledgment, anyway. Sure, it would be nice, but if you … Continue reading The Work No One Sees

What is an Insight Artist? (And What is Your Superpower?)

Everyone has a superpower. Mine is the art of insight. If you've glanced at my sidebar bio, social media bios, or my about page, you've probably seen me refer to myself as an Insight Artist, but I've not shared much about what that title means. First off, what is insight? (per Merriam-Webster.com) 1:  the power or … Continue reading What is an Insight Artist? (And What is Your Superpower?)

life lessons from sparklers

  ************************************************************************************ To share on social media, use the handy-dandy buttons below. Thanks for reading and thanks for sharing! 🙂 If you want to read more about me, START HERE. If you want to contact me about something, GO HERE. If you want to receive the MUSEletter, a monthly dose of insight and what-not,  CLICK … Continue reading life lessons from sparklers

A Mom is Many Things

A mom is many things. To one mom, this phrase overwhelms.  Her many things are an accumulation of the seemingly never-ending daily duties and demands. To another mom, this phrase encourages. Her many things are an accumulation of the seemingly miraculous things she is able to accomplish in a single day. In 70 days I'll … Continue reading A Mom is Many Things

It Was There All Along

I made the decision to home educate my oldest son shortly after enrolling him for kindergarten. Sometimes making the wrong choice clears the way for the right choice. Or perhaps, as I've been told, I just like learning things the hard way. The choice to home educate was a solitary decision, much like the situation … Continue reading It Was There All Along

Trying to Stop Thunder

According to my five-year-old daughter, the best way to stop lightening is to close all the curtains and blinds in the house. Out of sight, out of mind. Thunder, on the other hand, is a bit more tricky. Trying to mute the rumbling remains of lightening strikes is like trying to mute the trembling cries … Continue reading Trying to Stop Thunder