You put your kids first. You put your spouse first. Groceries, your mortgage, phone and cable bill, it all comes first. What about the new overpriced sneakers for your son, or brand name jeans for your daughter… should those...
Hi, my name is Kandice and I am a recovering perfectionist. Five years ago I lived in fear that you would hear my voice quiver during a lecture, ask me a question I could not answer, notice my messy...

Enough

We are all on a journey.   What is your desired destination? What fuels you to go to work every day? Bills? You’ve got to put food on the table? What about your daughter’s dance lessons? Your son’s college...
I am quite certain that most of you have heard the phrase “the seven-year itch”. This phrase could most likely be used for any type of relationship (often refers to marriage); however, personally I find it to be most...
As a child, Dr. Raelene Fulford only had one answer for anyone who asked what she wanted to be when she grew up: a pediatric dentist.  Her passion for dentistry was fostered by her father, a small-town family dentist.   Once...

VULNERABILITY

My entire life, I always wanted to know what people thought about me. That’s the “superpower” I always wished for when others would say they wanted laser vision or superhero speed.  I wanted to know so that I could change...
It’s interesting to think of all that has changed with, and for, women in the original roaring ’20s. As we prepared for our first podcast episode of this year, we looked at the top 10 changes that happened and...
OMG, it's January 5th and I haven’t written out my New Year’s Resolutions! How will I ever succeed if I haven’t completed my goal setting? Hey, don’t worry, in fact, pat yourself on the back. According to the 2015...

Ready, ReSET, GO!

Yes, you read that right. I said reset! The definition of that word is--"to set again or differently." If you are anything like me, you may often think or feel that you always have to be "ready and set,"...
This is a guide to the second half of a life interrupted, life part two, life after loss. I don’t mean life after a reasonable loss, a loss that might be expected, one of life’s normal losses. I am...