Category Archives: Marie’s Tips

Be a Mirror – Tag You’re It!

I believe…

In a relationship ˜in any relationship˜ we become each other’s mirrors. We reflect what we see. We attract what we are.

I also believe this has 2 sides: a positive and a negative side.

If what we see in ourselves is mainly our own negative crap, we’ll attract those who mirror this negative crap. Does the expression calling the kettle black ring a bell? Continue reading Be a Mirror – Tag You’re It!

Meeting Someone New: Questions to Ask Before It’s Too Late

For those of us like myself who are in the dance of enjoying the single life and occasionally meeting people with that sense of mutual attraction: there are questions that need to be asked!

Again, in the “for those of us like myself” I do mean middle-aged (it hurts to qualify myself as such), with some form of  multiple relationship history.

First off: you meet a single middle-aged person who’s never been in a real relationship lasting longer than a year – just turn around and walk away. It’s not a good sign. Not that a past with failed relationship is so much more sparkly but at least it shows that someone has taken a chance on love and given their heart to someone else even if it meant running the risk of having it pulled apart. Continue reading Meeting Someone New: Questions to Ask Before It’s Too Late

Take the Challenge

Source: www.livability.org.uk
Source: http://www.livability.org.uk

Twenty six days ago (wait, I have to count) yup, confirmed, 26 days ago I decided to accept the challenge forcing me to seek out what makes me happy.

What the hell am I talking about? It’s the 100 Happy Days Challenge. I’ve agreed to focus on what makes me happy, look for it, and take a moment when it strikes, snap it with my camera (aka my phone) for 100 consecutive days, and then share it on social media with the hashtag #100HappyDays. Boom. Continue reading Take the Challenge

Getting Lucky

Why I love working at Sage Tree Solutions

The job is custom fit to size.

I joined the team and the team immediately allowed me to make the job my own. I was initially hired as administrative assistant/office manager. Let’s face it, I’m not an administrator. And when our talks to move our office to another location showed no signs of fruition, I suggested we move to Co-Merge. Continue reading Getting Lucky