Author Archives: Toni Kelly

Fall Giving

Fall has officially started and it seems that a good portion of our country is still an oven! No really, I know I can’t complain as I moved from the desert a couple years ago but we are hitting near … Continue reading

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Say What We Mean…

A while back, I mentioned I am reading the Outlander series. I heard about this series years ago (when I started and had much more time to write) and then got caught up with watching it on Starz through streaming. … Continue reading

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Believe in Yourself

Confidence is hugely important. I’m currently referencing it as important in the world of work but it goes far beyond this. How confident we are in our abilities or at least how confident we are able to display ourselves (whether … Continue reading

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Time Lost or Gained

We live in a world of go, go, go! Lately, where I work has been going through a bit of a reorganization and while I know the end goal is more efficiency and better quality work overall, we are taking … Continue reading

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Silver Lining

Life is full of surprises. Sometimes they are good, or not so good. Sometimes they are just plain bad. I guess it is all a matter of your perspective in many cases. I recently got some of that blah news … Continue reading

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Some Bare Essentials to a Great Book

Recently, I’ve been completely caught up in the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. I remember hearing about these books years ago when attending a writer’s conference, but I only recently began to watch the series and revisit the books in … Continue reading

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Giving Back

There are tons of addictions out there—many of which are not good for us. Still, we do what we do most of the time because it feels good to us. Sometimes it comes at very little cost and sometimes it … Continue reading

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