How to Keep Up With The News - We Know It’s Hard
It’s been shared many times: the New Yorker cartoon that says, “My desire to be informed is currently at odds with my desire to stay sane.”
"I am Worthy"
Nicole Watson is a single mother with a young daughter who overcame significant obstacles. I got to meet Nicole last week thanks to some purpose-led brands helping her gain self-sufficiency in a social media marketing career.
Free and Clear: A Book and A Chat About Getting Unstuck
My friend Shira Miller wrote a book, and I'm in major fangirl mode that she got published. What’s even better: she writes about overcoming mental blocks that have dogged me all my life.
Most Likely To… Tell You Off For Not Recycling
Rachel Tress is our intern here at Dialogue. We invited her to introduce herself. Most people had some kind of reputation in high school or something they were known for, like the class comedian, the singer, or the kid you ask to copy their …
Go Take a Hike: What I Learned About Mental Wellbeing From Hiking the Appalachian Trail
When my stepdaughter and Dialogue colleague Jen Datka requested a career break to thru-hike the John Muir Trail back in 2019, my first thought was, “You can do that?”
We Love to Laugh, but We Hate April Fools’ Day
Fake news used to be cute but these days it’s hard enough to keep track of what’s real and what isn’t real.
What Selling Girl Scout Cookies Taught Me About Breaking Rules in Business
The Girl Scouts refer to their Cookie program as the largest girl-run business in the world. It was certainly my first business venture and my first lesson that rule-breaking in business isn't always a bad thing.
A Dialogue Classic: Five Thanksgiving Dinners for A Most Unusual Year
Updated 11/3/22: Thanksgiving 2020 was a most unusual year that we hope never to repeat again. The recipes Jen Datka created for herself that year, and subsequently shared with our clients and friends, however, can most definitely be repea …
Celebrating the Great Outdoors During the Pandemic
When pandemic panic buying started back in March, it was toilet paper and hand sanitizer that flew off the shelves. Then it was flour, yeast, and other baking staples as we turned to homemade breads and cookies for comfort. As the days grew …