As I sit here on a date we won't see for another four years, I can't help but wonder how many of us are feeling like 2020 is already a little suspect. In addition to our personal losses, we've experienced the loss of public icons who've played significant roles in our childhood and adulthood memories. Weren't we just enjoying fireworks, wearing silly glitter-covered 2020 glasses, singing Auld Lang Syne and clinking glasses as we toasted to a new year and new decade? Yes, fam.
I. Love. This. memory. My first visit to Montreal was completely out of my comfort zone. I've been in corporate communications for most of my career, but in 2013 I found myself at a Python conference with a bunch of IT developers. I'm still not sure how I ended up on the short list to work our company's recruitment booth. People say that if you're a communicator you can talk about any and everything. 👀 Here I was talking computer language to people in the top percent of the
When I think of February, I immediately see red. Red for National Heart Month, Go Red for Women and yes, Valentine’s Day. It’s a month about the heart, and I couldn’t think of a better time to let some ‘so-called’ friends know just what I think about them. These past few months have been emotionally emotional, and if emotions came with superpowers, I’d be wearing a cape right about now. Our family is walking through some difficult times, including mentally digesting the final