Movie Review: Breathe

Last week with my travel to Charleston, South Carolina (Lowcountry Boil), I enjoyed viewing an in-flight movie on the return trip home to Oklahoma.  When I travel for work I typically dedicate my outbound travel to preparing for the offsite meeting.  On the first leg of the return trip home, the time is dedicated to … Continue reading Movie Review: Breathe

Lowcountry Boil

This week my occupation took me to Charleston, South Carolina for a spring industry meeting.  As usual, I left Oklahoma bright and early on Tuesday morning and headed through Atlanta to Charleston, SC.  My arrrival was a day late to the meeting, but in time for the primary industry speaker scheduled to attend on Wednesday.  … Continue reading Lowcountry Boil

Border Collie

Work Like a Border Collie

During the day I spend a significant time with a computer, in meetings and traveling to meetings.  I enjoy what I do, like who I work with, and like helping the clients that I work for.  This work keeps my mind active, and it has me striving to improve my skills, and sharpen my focus … Continue reading Work Like a Border Collie

Tuesday Travel Thoughts

This morning I left Oklahoma City at 7:00 am for scheduled meetings in Washington D.C. this afternoon and tomorrow.  As I prepared to catch my Uber ride to the Will Rogers World Airport, I thought of  Debra Jane’s recent blog, Tips for Traveling.  It is a great blog with lots of helpful tips, such as making … Continue reading Tuesday Travel Thoughts

Leadership Lessons & Meeting Management Tips:

This weeks leadership lessons  come from my attendance at the Oklahoma City Cox event center 2018 annual  Women in Leadership Conference.  The event had a full attendance, and the day was invigorating with a panel of excellent speakers and topics.  Using my standard goal (Leadership Lunch Notes) of gathering three tips to keep my mind from … Continue reading Leadership Lessons & Meeting Management Tips:

The Morning Working Mom Routine

My morning routine involves as little talking as possible. The longer that I can have quiet time by myself in the morning, prior to full on conversation, the better it is for everyone in the Mommy splash zone.   Morning is not my favorite time of day, yet early rising is my routine.  My husband, shift … Continue reading The Morning Working Mom Routine

Leadership Lunch Notes

In March I had the opportunity to attend a power luncheon in Oklahoma City with a professional colleague of mine.  The event was hosted by a nonprofit organization,  Oklahoma Women in Tech (OKWIT), and the luncheon topic was focused on measuring effective leadership.  The lunch had a panel of speakers and the attendees could submit … Continue reading Leadership Lunch Notes

Travel Bag Tips for Women

Ready Bag- Keep a small soft case carry-on for 1-2-day travel ready for weekly business travel and a slightly larger firmer travel bag for 3-5 day travel. With a carry-on bag, changing fights or opting for an earlier flight is much easier to do and having business attire with you always is essential when traveling … Continue reading Travel Bag Tips for Women