Are you ready to FINALLY prioritize your self-care, avoid burnout, and reclaim your time, energy & joy in 2024?

Launched February 1, BUSY TO BLISS: The Self-Care Community Membership: where busy modern women create sustainable self-care routines so they can live calm, abundant and balanced lives.

Are you ready to FINALLY prioritize your self-care, avoid burnout, and reclaim your time, energy & joy in 2024?

Launched February 1, BUSY TO BLISS: The Self-Care Community Membership: where busy modern women create sustainable self-care routines so they can live calm, abundant and balanced lives.

Month: April 2013

Spring Activities Are Almost Here – How Moms Can Stay Organized with Microsoft @Office 365

For those of you who might remember, I became a Spokesperson for Microsoft Office last year. It was thrilling, because I haven’t lived A DAY without Microsoft Office for the past 15 years. So, I was super excited last month to announce that I am also an Ambassador for the NEW Microsoft Office 365, a great new offering for women on the go like you and me.

Perhaps you have been using Microsoft Office like me for many years, or perhaps you’re just getting started. Yup, as a businesswoman and mom, these are some powerful and useful programs I simply cannot live without. Yes, I run Office on my Mac now, so Mac or PC, you’re covered!

Giveaway: Spend an Evening with OPRAH IN MONTREAL!

Oprah has been one of my biggest influences along my wigly-wagly journey.

So, it is with great excitement that I share with YOU, my amazing WomenOnTheFence readers, that I am sharing Oprah with you next week, April 11th in Montreal!! And get this…. I’m sharing Oprah with FIVE LUCKY YOU’S!!

Yup you read right. I am sending 5 lucky random winners to see Oprah live right here in Montreal, April 11th, 2013. The evening at the Bell Centre kicks off 7:30PM.

Everything I Need to Know about Life, I Learned in Prison

Twelve years ago, I accepted a job at a women’s medium/maximum security prison as a horticulture teacher. And if you knew me then, you’d know the closest I’d come to prison (or jail for that matter) was a game of Monopoly. In fact, I could have been the spokesperson for the “So Incredibly Naive It’s Painful” campaign.

Prison is where I worked for two years. Prison is where I learned the true meaning of community. Prison is where I found community and lost it. In fact, everything I need to know about life, I learned in prison.

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