Each of us is capable of doing much more than we ever realized. I’m not talking about getting more things done in a day. I’m talking about developing aspects of ourselves that we never knew existed. For example, when I started in business, I was convinced I had no ability to write. However, I knew, as an educator, I would be expected to get something published, so I set out to try my hand at writing, never expecting to be more than mediocre. Today, I’m an author, columnist, and writer with over 100 published articles in numerous magazines. Benjamin Disraeli once said, “Most people die with their music still locked up inside of them.” Who knew I had a writer locked inside of me? I often think about how this part of me could so easily have stayed buried. What is still buried inside of you waiting to come out?
You Are Not Alone: A Nod to Caregivers
March is National Multiple Sclerosis Education and Awareness Month. Twenty-six years ago, my husband was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Twenty-six years ago, I became a