Another Year Comes To An End

I love the end of the year.  It’s the time we get to sit back and review what we’ve done, both professionally and personally.  That assessment is so vital to our mental health, even the news media partakes. They’ll spend the next few weeks going back and collecting info on Continue reading “Another Year Comes To An End” »

Budget Your Time?

Redbookmag.com has a nice short article by Christina Breda Antoniades on making a “time budget”.  During my years as a Congressional Aide, time was my most valuable asset.  There was never enough of it and it’s misuse was very expense – late night work catch-up and work all weekend. Now, Continue reading “Budget Your Time?” »

12/12/12

The end of the Lunar calendar and the start of something new.  What will you start new? For me it’s starting my book.  Learning to use Scrivener and working my way through Greart Grandmothers story.  I’d like to  better my communication with my Grandchildren, and continuine to work on  moving Continue reading “12/12/12” »

Negotiate For Your Benchmark Salary!

If the economy does, indeed, get better (but won’t return to the glory years) people will start moving around.  This will create job openings and you need to be ready with your resume.  Many years ago I read a management book that said Men update their resumes as soon as Continue reading “Negotiate For Your Benchmark Salary!” »