TRAVEL-COOK, both foodies, Disability Management Specialist Mary Sherwood Sevinsky and Husband, Jim Shiber, an orientation and mobility instructor, love to travel, cook, and eat! Most often, the food we make is much better than that we get in restaurants, so we often have to get creative when traveling, especially in rural areas!
I just found out about and began using a new site - Giveit100.com. It prompts you to record a 10 minute video to validate your efforts toward learning or doing something important to you. The theory is that through the continued effort (100 days - not necessarily consecutive) and the documentation of same via video you will reinforce the development of whatever good habit you are trying to acquire. I think it's a good one and am trying it out for myself by Walking 1 mile to the Delaware Bay everyday and learning Spanish via online and books (of which I have a ton!:-).
I'll keep you posted! How about you? What good habit would you like to take on? Let me know!
Mary is a CAREER AND OCCUPATIONAL CONSULTANT who is masters - prepared and certified. She has nearly 20 years of experience in Management, Career Assessment & Counseling and in writing Career Articles and Educational Materials. Besides several blogs, Mary also writes career related articles for Examiner.com and Careerealism.com.
She has worked as a CORPORATE MANAGER experienced in hiring, firing and managing a staff of professionals with a multimillion dollar budget. She enjoys WRITING AND EDITING and has spent many years developing Marketing Materials and Presentations, Writing Proposals and Plans, and Conducting Staff Development Sessions in addition to working as a vocational consultant. Learn more about her and her services: www.Life-Works.Info