My Smartphone and Me: It’s Not Just Millennials Who Are Hooked

I admit that I, like many others today from Gen Z to Baby Boomers,  am attached to my smartphone.  I actually suffer some anxiety when I don't have it with me, or can't get to it when I hear it buzzing, alerting me of a notification or text message. The fact that I can do …

No Regrets About Being A Helicopter Parent

I'm far from being a parenting expert.  I can only speak to my experiences raising three children, but I think helicopter parenting sometimes gets a bad rap. Of course, you shouldn't attend your adult child's job interview, or call his/her boss regarding a bad performance review!  Ultimately we all want our children to grow up …

How My Appearance Affects My Daily Commute

Like it or not, every day we are judged by how we look, how we dress, how we carry ourselves. I’m a Millennial living and working in New York for just over a year.  I make the commute from Long Island to Manhattan every day and a large portion of my time and paycheck is …

Generational Shifts Have Helped Fuel Global Conversations About Sexual Harassment

It has become a movement! We are hearing more and more women speaking out about sexual harassment.  This genie is not going back into the bottle!  I'm feeling excited that  Generation X and Millennial women are leading the way, feeling empowered to stand up and speak out against this full blown epidemic. Sexual harassment has …

Civility And Courtesy Shouldn’t Be Optional. Our Children Are Watching.

Civility and courtesy, the outward expressions of human decency, are the proverbial glue that holds society together- qualities that are more important than ever in today's complex and changing world.  Emily Post's Etiquette, 19th Edition I have been so disheartened by the lack of civility we are witnessing from the Oval Office these days.  What …