We all have tiny secrets that are better off staying that way. I, as a mother of three, have plenty. They are all harmless and it wouldn’t matter if anyone found out, but it would also just be easier if no one did. One of my harmless secrets for example, is that two years ago when I started bringing my children into the office, I had commercial interior glass tinting done on the room that they’d be spending most of their time in. It was easy to do because I’m the owner of the business and the office. I did it because I didn’t want my employees to see how unruly my kids can be. I have to keep up[…]

Just when you think you know something, new information comes to light that turns it on its head. Nowhere is this more true than in life’s most mundane arenas. I guess this is because it’s easier to get stuck in our ways there, or maybe it’s a matter of going on autopilot.  Let me give you an example. I always thought that setting up an office space required a huge amount of strategic thought, mapping out of workflows, weighing up technological factors and endless other nonsense. That’s what I was led to believe by, well… experience and common sense, those two trusty sidekicks I never thought would let me down. Then, up rocks this new office manager, Ted-Jason. First of[…]