On the Road: How to Manage Marriage When One of You Travels

If you had told me that I was going to marry another man who had to frequently travel for his work, I would have told you that you were crazy. Okay, so I probably would have been more tactful than that - a "No, I don't think so" followed by the thought, They must have … Continue reading On the Road: How to Manage Marriage When One of You Travels


We received news yesterday that our bid on the house was not accepted. I was disappointed, but not surprised. I suppose in a way, I was even relieved since I have some anxiety about the financial implications and obligations associated with buying a house. (On a side note, I realized this past weekend, while sharing … Continue reading Provider

Toe-Dippers and Jumpers

It seems like people fall into one of two categories when it comes to new experiences: toe-dippers who like to ease into the adventure or jumpers. I had the awesome opportunity to zipline in Austin yesterday thanks to the generosity of my friend, Kay. It. Was. Amazing. First of all, I have never witnessed a … Continue reading Toe-Dippers and Jumpers

Lisa Arends on The Moffett Message

The Moffett Company was founded "out of a desire to see businesses and their employees thriving, not simply surviving; passion is the centerpiece" of their message. Sean Moffett coaches his many stellar clients to not let fear make their decisions and how to create opportunity out of hardship. If you're at all familiar with my … Continue reading Lisa Arends on The Moffett Message


The world of business is always concerned about the return on investment, the bottom line.  But, how often do we apply those same principles to our personal lives? Your Thoughts Do you place your capital in thoughts that serve you or into thoughts that bring down your bottom line? Your Actions Do you choose to … Continue reading ROI