I’ve decided to make peace with the pandemic. If I’m being completely honest, this isn’t a choice, it’s actually a requirement of personal survival. I have officially surrendered, I am waiving the white flag to an extent. No, I am not giving up, but I’m giving in, I’m surrendering to the fact that
This year I wanted to change up our gift giving guide, because this year is truly a year of mixing things up. This year I relied on a variety of things that indirectly helped keep me slightly sane, all of which came from small businesses. Whether it was Mala beads to guide my
This year has taught us more about ourselves, human nature, and society than we could have ever imagined. We’ve learned to find beauty in the simple moments, importance in what was once taken for granted, and to honor the undeniable truth affecting those who are often overlooked and underestimated. We have learned that prudent
I’ve spent the last two years knee deep in research, data and design of the ideal career advancement methodology, one that focuses on self awareness, self accountability and self acceptance. I’ve studied the psychographics of professionals across industry, level and age ranges to learn about how we approach our career, growth and accountability.
Well folks, it is officially Q4. You know what that means? Tis the season for office Thanksgivings, Christmas parties, and the subsequent hangover that inevitably follows that Company Holiday Bash. Obviously, the 2020 holiday season will look a bit different. For obvious reasons, the Revolt team won’t be "eggnogging" together in person, but we
It’s hard to believe that we are in November. I double checked the calendar, and in fact, it is November. For those who have been following this journey, last year we designated November the Month of the Boss. Yes, this is my birthday month (November 16th), which is why it started, but this
It's hard to fathom that the 2020 Presidential Election is only a week away. In a year of chaos and calamity, I have simply lost track of time. As election day approaches, I thought I’d share what was on my heart in one of my open letters. Since I have already casted my
Not too long ago, I had a conversation when I was told that I shouldn’t have a chip on my shoulder. The context of the conversation was around the fact that in preparation for this meeting, I should know that the other party wasn’t always super comfortable with women in meetings. That was