About Tuesday

My focus is on helping others realize their self-care goals. My personal experience has helped me understand that we are enough and when we allow our true selves to be present every day, we are happier and those around us benefit. Caring for ourselves is a critical first step in caring for others.

When we think of what really matters in life, the truth is that your happiness is really important. Why do I say that? Because in the end, your happiness is the result of how you’ve lived your life and how you’ve contributed to the world. That’s why it’s so important to take care of yourself, your happiness included. And that’s why it’s critically important that you prioritize your health and happiness.

If you are fortunate enough to have family and friends that support you, you can make the effort it takes to be healthy and happy. If you lack a support system, you can create one by engaging with like-minded people who also commit to activities that support a healthier and happier lifestyle.

This means that you must take responsibility for your happiness and know that when you take care of yourself, you will be better prepared to take care of others.

Previously, I spent nine years in a customer service call center where, for five years, I was focused on hiring, coaching, performance management and professional development. I also spent 19 years in management and project management in an academic environment using my strategy, marketing and advancement expertise.

I received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Resource Management from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, a Master of Science Degree in Human Resource Development from Indiana State University, and a Master of Science Degree in Strategic Management and a Master of Business Administration Degree from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business. I also completed the Management Development Program at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts and continuing education programs at Rochester Institute of Technology and Duke University. Learn more here.


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