Like many others that have been impacted by the COVID pandemic, I have lost all Ambition. My values have shifted completely and what I have done for employment previously seems shallow and unfulfilling. I used to be THAT GIRL in the office. I want to work hard and play hard and in sales, this type … Continue reading The Loss of Previous Ambitions Post COVID | Leverage Ambition
There has been no shortage of TED talks and digital resources for us to use while we are figuring out our lives post pandemic. Most of us have experienced tough emotions, like anger, sadness, lethargy, and physical sickness, like COVID itself. In the TED Talk by Dr. Susan David, she talks about her pyramid of … Continue reading 7 Steps to Start Anew Post Pandemic | Leverage Ambition
Oh man, this COVID situation really has us getting creative for our super bored kids! At first we were super happy that we were all together. Not having to get ready to go to work in the morning, and not having to get the kids ready for school was AWESOME! Photo by Rakicevic Nenad on … Continue reading 10 Indoor Activities for Bored Kids | Leverage Ambition
Here we are again. Home alone with nothing left to do. By this time, we are sure you've come up with quarantine crafts, quarantine recipes, and quarantine self care tips. But have you come up with quarantine home care hacks yet, Bueller? If the answer is no, then we got you with this article about … Continue reading 5 Cinderella Home Care Hacks to Make It Shine Like the Top of the Chrysler Building (NYC)
Whitney Cummings states that women with children have all become Quakers on her Good For You podcast. It is not far off. The pandemic is a serious flu that has killed many during 2020. Politicians, health sources and government entities are trying their best to keep the number of COVID cases down by making stay … Continue reading Women With Children Have Become Quakers During The Pandemic
Are you middle aged and bored? If so, read on! I have been anti podcasts as it seems they are people that aren't good enough to be syndicated on a radio orntv station but think that they are more important than they are. Most people that engage in podcasting seem to be total narcissists, but … Continue reading 3 Funny Podcasts on YouTube for Middle Aged Boring People
I'm over the election year already. Can we just automate government through an app and be done with it? Who's up for it? I nominate Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, Oracle, AT&T or Verizon.
The gaming industry is brutal. Gamers are competitive. Gamers want to win. Some gamers will do ANYTHING to win. And here comes Epic Games. Epic Games is suing Apple for not appropriately giving them a great rev share on the Apple store. Apple can realistically charge whatever they want. It's their site. It's their product. … Continue reading Epic Games Flexes on Apple; Get’s Cancelled
It's a mother. And the world this year has been a doozy. COVID-19 has been named, but the Flu is a virus that never can go away, even with containment. But will a vaccine or isolating ourselves really help us? TBD. Munchausen by Proxy is a serious silent killer that mostly goes undetected by health … Continue reading Did America Just Deal Us a Dose of Global Munchausen by Proxy?
Times are tough. COVID has put many business on hold until the fall and winter seasons, maybe even infinitely. Some companies are shifting their business model to adapt with the times to keep new business rolling in and others are out of business for good. For those that are still looking to promote their local … Continue reading 6 Cost Effective Local Advertising Ideas
This Fourth of July is very different than what we've seen in former years. Local and national politicians have ordered all to remain away from beaches, public parks, national monuments, bars, and dine in restaurants. They are still trying to prevent the COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus from spreading, infecting and killing the masses. … Continue reading 5 Stay at Home Fourth of July Ideas with Family
Photo by Valeria Boltneva on Pexels.com COVID, also known as the coronavirus, is a massive flu that had killed over 100,000 people and affected millions world wide. Scientists and health professionals are comparing it to the Spanish Flu of 1918, and most all are working from home, schooling their kids from home, have lost their … Continue reading Surviving this Year