Beyond Blue

Beyond Blue

Flex Friday

I know you must be confused, because I was so consistent in publishing an interview each Friday up until a month or so ago.
So here’s the deal: I will continue to do interviews on Friday, but probably not one every week. They take a fair amount of planning and homework, and as we move into the summer, I can’t commit to anything I don’t absolutely have to. However, please know that I am certainly not done with the “How Do You Move Beyond Blue?” series. I’m just going to mix up Fridays a little bit to surprise you and keep it a tad more spontaneous.
I apologize if you thrive (like my kids) on structure. I do not.
Thanks for understanding!

  • Larry Parker

    Whatever you want to do is fine, Therese. You’re the boss!

  • Amy

    Way to go! You’re setting an example of Balance!…and of setting limits! Woo hoo! Self care!

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