No One is a Failed Experiment

How are children and teens supposed to stay away from Cyber-Bullying when there are so many adults doing it. Today I ran across a link from KTVB about a woman who had been arrested. I don't care what she was arrested for, she did something wrong and the Boise Police Department are taking care of... Continue Reading →

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The Ag-Gag Selfie

It is a well-known fact amongst my friends that I am not an animal lover in any way. I would literally have two sets of quints before letting a dog or cat (and maybe a fish) into my house. I don't judge others who do, it is just a love I never developed. The closest... Continue Reading →

I Was a Bully.

I was a hellion growing up. I was not always a nice goody-goody girl, I had a mean streak. I remember walking home one day with two other boys. These boys had hard lives and were a little rough around the edges, they had an idea to start throwing rocks at people going past. It... Continue Reading →

Featured in Perspectives

Today, I am flattered. I was looking through some old Utah State things and found this gem. I had no idea it had been published. They had approached me during my Senior year of college about featuring me in the magazine, but I didn't know it really happened. The Perspectives Magazine happens once a semester... Continue Reading →

Gallup Strength Finder 2.0

Written by: Clare Vaterlaus This was originally posted on my work website. I have often heard but never fully understood the sentiment -“a brave man acknowledges the strength of others.” At a recent training for Echelon Group this statement became clear to me. It is not hard to learn our own strengths and even our... Continue Reading →

AUTHOR-ity

A while back my boss, Don Reiman, attended an event that was featured local authors in Boise. Don is currently putting the finishing touches on his own book, RESET, and will be debuting it in early 2014. While at this conference he purchased me a book, Authority, written by Nathan Barry. This book is a... Continue Reading →

LinkedIn Live- Boise Idaho

On Tuesday November 11, 2013 I attended the beta LinkedIn Live event sponsored by the Idaho Technology Council and the Boise State University School of Business and Economics. The event was in the Stueckle Sky Center, which has the most beautiful view of Boise.The conference had a great turn out and was an opportune time... Continue Reading →

“Women Should…”

My friend Rica sent me this article and said I should write a blog on it. I was thoroughly disappointed with my results upon my experimentation of using Google Auto-complete. I don't know what upset me more the picture included in the article or what I found when I went to Google and started to... Continue Reading →

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