Written by Jamie Atha is the Sanskrit word for “now” or “now begins”. I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately, as I’ve been taking steps to increase my mindfulness as I work through the day. We spend so much of our time regretting the past and worrying about the future that we hardly register … More Atha
Written by Erin With Memorial Day in our rear view mirror, summer is officially upon us. In addition to BBQs, baseball and outdoor concerts, this also obviously means a lot of reading outdoors. Below are 5 books I recommend for poolside (or anywhere else you happen to read) in addition to 5 books I’m excited … More 5 Summer Reading Recommendations & 5 Books I Can’t Wait to Read
Written by Erin Last year, my husband and I got married in a book-themed wedding. It was dreamy: pledging my commitment to the love of my life surrounded by family, friends and a lot of books. I’ve been confident in our relationship since our third date, when we went to a baseball game and discovered … More Marriage & Identity: Why I’m Spending My First Year of Marriage Reading Women
Written by Jamie It was my brother Eric who introduced me to running. He was training for his first marathon when I decided to begin training for my first 5k. It was so great getting started with a more seasoned runner – I got lots of great advice and also an occasional running buddy. As … More Why Use a Foam Roller?
Written by Erin Last April, Jamie asked me if I would sign up for a half marathon with her. While I appreciate many forms of exercise, running has never been something I’ve enjoyed. Admittedly, my experience up to this point was relegated to monotonous miles spent on treadmills, listening to music and feeling like even … More The Art of Reading & Running
Written by Jamie I’m at a pretty good place in my career. The work I do is interesting enough, I like the people I work with, and I feel like I’m making an impact. I’m not currently going through or looking for a major transition in my career, and I’m not on any kind of … More Why I Invested in a Career Coach
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Written by Erin Relationships are fascinating. As long as I can remember, I have been drawn to the nuances of human interactions. I love the subjectivity of perception: how two people can view the exact same situation with such wildly different interpretations and inferred motives. That’s part of the reason…
Written by Jamie Although we now live in the digital age, I have to say that I absolutely love getting physical mail (besides those nasty bills and spam mailings). There is something about seeing the message scribbled by hand that makes it so much more personal and meaningful than a typed email, Facebook message, or … More Let’s Bring the Hand-Written Note Back!