Last month I shared a few lessons I learned during my time volunteering with IDUG. Although I could fill a book with all the things I've learned as a volunteer, I'll highlight just a few more takeaways that I think could benefit everyone interested in volunteering with IDUG.
The announcement of the new board of directors slate in the IDUG monthly newsletter reminds me that my presidential term is almost over.
It's overwhelming to even try to grasp all the things IDUG brought to my life over the years. I cannot imagine what the past 14 years would have looked like...
What motivates you this time of year?
One of these things that always inspires me is the early spring sun. It brings a new energy after winter, and encourages me get out of the nice warm indoors. The brightness and the breath of fresh spring air inspires me to start something new.
This week was supposed to be the most depressing week of the year according to some analysts. It's just far enough away from the Christmas holidays for all your shopping expenses to show up on your credit card statements, your summer vacation is too far away to look forward to, and the weather...
A new year always feels like a fresh clean slate. What are you looking forward to in 2019? My goals include: eat less, excercise more, sleep better, and have lots of fun. :)
For me, this year continues to bring significant changes. Just two weeks ago, I transitioned to a new job after 18 years of w