Miss Lori has an eleventh set of thanks and wishes for her birthday she hopes will keep driving forward

I am counting down my blessings for the last fourteen days of being 40 and counting up my wishes for my year as 41. This coupling is about being true to who you are as a professional, not standing in the way of your own creativity, and being very clear about not just what you want in life, but what you need. [Read more…]

Miss Lori is excited to be in Washington to visit the Nintendo Headquarters

 

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Miss Lori has a list of 75 twitter thank you’s on the last FollowFriday of 2010

2010 has been quite a year for me, with serious highs and lows. But through it all I have had some fantastic, inspiring, hard working company. On this very special, final Follow Friday of 2010 I want to acknowledge some people who I think you should take notice of. [Read more…]

Miss Lori is not a slave to numbers and site stats

If you frequent this site you know that I had a difficult time in Elementary school. I had few friends and experienced frequent bullying. Which is why I threw a lot of parties. Seems crazy. Well, track my 11 year old logic. For the week before my party and a few days after people my classmates were nice’ish to me. Hence why I would throw as many parties as my mom would allow me to get away with.  Now I wasn’t thinking about it like that when I was 11 years old.  I wasn’t fully conscious of why I was doing what I was doing, but that’s not true now.

At age 40 I know the difference, but I am still aware of the phenomenon, no more so than when I look at the site states for my website after a giveaway. [Read more…]

10 things Miss Lori learned about Kmart holiday giveaway

Yesterday I got to take a tour of a newly remodeled Kmart store. When I was a child my family used to shop at Kmart. It was easy and always had the thing you needed like school supplies and towels and of course toys! but as an adult I have not been a regular Kmart shopper, especially in since having my kids. Truthfully in recent years I have avoided Kmart stores like the plague, because every time I entered one I found the store to be overwhelmingly disorganized, cluttered and unfriendly. But things are not only looking up they are brighter and more inviting. When I entered the Kmart store on Addison in Chicago I could immediately see a difference. There weren’t carts of merchandise stacked up in the aisles waiting to be restocked. There were instead wide walkways with big bold signs suspended above telling you what you could find in each section. And that was just the beginning of what I discovered. Here is a list of 10 things I learned about this Kmart yesterday: [Read more…]