Stuffitis

August 16, 2018
Earlier this year I wrote a blog about creature comforts, and how I love surrounding myself with nick knacks to create a cozy space. But, the minimalist movement I mentioned has been gnawing at me. Don’t get me wrong, my elephant... Read More

Collaboration Over Conflict

August 10, 2018
Conflict…once again I broach this topic as an attempt to lean into the discomfort of conflict, to develop new tools and muscles to better handle it, as well as to learn and grow through it personally, professionally, and... Read More

Got Time?

August 03, 2018
So…I’ve been spending a lot of time in the car lately.  One of my clients is about a two hour and 20 minute drive (round trip) from the office. For a number of months now I have been making this drive a couple of times... Read More

Social Media: A Professional’s Best Tool

July 31, 2018
Social media gets a bad rap. It’s seen as a time waster, distraction, cause of poor communication skills, the list goes on and on. I completely agree that social media has the power to be all those things, but it also has the power to... Read More

Back to Basics

June 14, 2018
Last summer I enrolled in a Financial Accounting class at a community college. The first day of class rolled around and I was terrified. 3.5 years I’d been in the working force, and to go back to school after having already earned my... Read More

Eating the Frog

May 10, 2018
Eat a live frog first thing every morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day. - Mark Twain We all know the feeling. It’s your busy time of year. You’re juggling one too many projects. You stare at... Read More

The Benefits of Community Service

May 04, 2018
Ask anyone that is remotely familiar with me, and they will tell you “Michelle is always up to something.” I firmly believe the old adage “idle hands are the devil’s workshop,” so I do my best to stay busy.... Read More

Supporting Local Entrepreneurs

April 20, 2018
As a Chico local, I have really come to admire the entrepreneurial nature of our community – not to mention the many blessings I reap from their creative endeavors. Our town is saturated with locally owned and operated businesses.... Read More

The Only Constant

April 12, 2018
 If you’ve never heard of the Greek philosopher Heraclitus, you may still know this quote: “The only thing that is constant is change.” It is revealing that many of the quotes that pop up in a Google search for... Read More

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