I Honestly Love You

The amount of support that I have gotten from everyone who reads this blog and who talks to me in person about my job search and my passion for these issues of human resource, work-life balance, and maintaining mental and emotional clarity while working in nonprofits….you guys, it’s extraordinary.

I am so touched by your support, and your love and friendship. I never thought this blog would be anything other than a boredom-induced vanity project, and I feel that it has become so much more because of its amazing readership.

Hugs, you guys! I truly love you a ton.

1 comment
  1. Feeling the love over here too, thanks for your comments on my blog. 🙂

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