I try to make MLK day each year a day of service and reflection and with my family — what about you — what do you do on MLK Day? Do you get the day off at work — and if not, do you try to take it off ? If not, no worries — remember I have a background in retail and I know what its like to work on days that others have off.
Here are a few of my favorite MLK quotes.
Its been a minute, eh?
I’ve been pretty quiet the last 2 years, but changed more than ever — and in many ways more passionate about HR than I ever have been — but also I’ve discovered that I’m really passionate about other things too (all things kid and motherhood related).
Generally, each December I would neatly create 3-5 clear goals and objectives to help guide my year. After I had my child — that just didn’t feel right anymore — and it didn’t work for me like it used to. So for the last two years — no annual resolutions for me. Instead … I decided I wanted to “simply” and just create a word to reflect and act on. Being new — its taken me almost 2 weeks to find the one word — and I’m comfortable with “RENEW.”
When I think about what “renew” means and all that I was trying to make goals around, I think that they two really line up . I’mm not sure what that all means in practice — but I’m looking forward to figuring it out!
1 : to make like new : restore to freshness, vigor, or perfection as we renew our strength in sleep
2 : to make new spiritually : regenerate
3 a : to restore to existence : revive
b : to make extensive changes in : rebuild
4 : to do again : repeat
5 : to begin again : resume
6 : replace, replenish renew water in a tank
7 a : to grant or obtain an extension of or on renew a license
b : to grant or obtain an extension on the loan of renew a library book
1 : to become new or as new
2 : to begin again : resume
3 : to make a renewal (as of a lease)revive