We Weren’t Playing House, We Were Playing Office

Wake up. Take a shower. Brush your teeth. Get breakfast. Jump in the car. Go to work.

Be woken up. Harass your kids to take a shower and brush their teeth. Force feed them some form of breakfast. Get them on the bus. Get yourself presentable in seven minutes. Jump in the car. Go to work. Realize at 10:43 a.m. that the only thing you’ve eaten so far is the pavement you hit whilst…

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Certified Master Facilitator / Certified Diversity Executive / Award-winning leader in empowerment and equality.

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