You can’t use the internet in a given day without reading the word “resilience.” Tweets and LinkedIn posts regularly remind us that we should seek to develop it, claiming resilience is the key to a happy and productive career. Not only that, modern life demands it! A year ago, I wrote a blog post called, … Continue reading Resilience and the Right Path
I’m on vacation this week and next because Larry and I are moving out of our home of 20 years and relocating all of our worldly possessions to the other side of town. We move on Monday (June 2) and packing and unpacking is my focus. I’ve gone into field marshal mode. Boxes are labeled and … Continue reading Moving to the other side of town.
I wrote this post for the Prevent Cancer Foundation's blog carnival. More than 40 years ago, I started the 7th grade living in New Jersey. In January of 1973, my family moved and I began the second half of that school year in Newport News, Virginia. If you've ever been a brand new student, mid year, … Continue reading Who do I prevent cancer for? My friend of 40+ years.
I didn't like spaghetti until age 19. My middle name comes from my maternal grandFATHER (Lloyd Elizabeth Matthews; he used Lloyd E. Matthews). I was a first-generation college student (no one used the label at the time). I remember the first time my brother Steve and I saw Batman in color. I got my first … Continue reading 7 things you don’t (want to) know about me.
I'll use this blog to say what I think about communication in colleges and universities.