Stress

Back Yard trees

I'm sitting at the kitchen table this morning, watching yellow October leaves float down from the big cottonwood in the front yard and pondering my relationship with stress. I have always liked having a lot on my plate. I don't know why that is but I thrive on the feeling of being "up to something". When I was in college, ...

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13 Ways Running A Start-up is Like Having a Baby

I have given birth to one child and helped launch at least 5 start-ups. I might have a few illegitimate start-ups out there that I don’t know about but we’ll save that for another post. I had a blinding moment of delusion recently with my current start-up where I experienced the exact same feeling I did as the mother of ...

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Sittin’ on the dock of the bay

I am not a very good vacation-taker but time away from work is important. We need it to re-charge, calibrate our senses, and reconnect with those loved ones who have been unconditionally cheering for us on the sidelines of our work, patiently waiting their turn.  Last week I went back to my roots and spent a glorious week ...

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BlogFrog runs the BolderBoulder

A fundamental guiding principal at BlogFrog is the notion of teamwork.  So when Caitie Ramsburg, our Director of Client Services, put out the challenge to run the annual Bolder Boulder 10K as a team, a handful of troopers showed up.  Not only did they agree to run 6.1 miles through Boulder's residential neighborhoods and up ...

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All You Need Is Love

The older I get, the harder it is to buy me presents.  My son had been asking me for weeks what I wanted for my birthday last month and I swear I couldn't think of anything I really wanted or couldn't get for myself.  Yes, I know that is the most annoying answer.  So I kept telling him all I really want is love.  He rolled ...

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Spring Fever

For some reason, winter in Colorado seemed unbearably long this year.  Usually we get a break from the harsh cold with 70 degree days that make you forget it’s really January.  Or else we get dumped on with multiple feet of snow and it’s just so much dang fun, you don’t care if you’re cold.  We got very little of either ...

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