I manage our family farm in the Texas Panhandle where we grow wheat and cotton. Our father didn't think my sister and I would want to keep it after he passed, but as a business, it makes a lot of sense. Of course, his generation thought we wouldn't want to run it because, well, what... Continue Reading →
Maybe it was just January's resolution season, but it seems like I heard a lot of "I'm quitting Facebook" or "I'm done with Twitter" in the past month. When I asked why, people had some good reasons, FaceBook's privacy and data collection issues among them. But other I found less credible: "I am just so tired of seeing all of the political stuff" or "The people I want to hear from least are the ones I see most." And my favorite "I like it seeing posts from my friends, but whenever I look at my feed, it's all just so nasty and negative."
As we close the old year and look forward to a new one, it's time to look at a few habits that seem to have made a comeback in 2018. Whether you are new to the workforce or have a wealth of experience, sometimes, old habits need to go. Times change and as we develop... Continue Reading →
Years ago I picked up the habit of writing down a quote each week in my planner. It might be something I read, or heard, or that spoke to me on the internet. Sometimes, it's related to the news of the day or a project. In past years, I've shared these with a great group... Continue Reading →
Recently, on my way to a lunch meeting, I caught a FarmHer minute on RFDTV. RFDTV for those not in the Ag world is the rural television news station with everything from weather reports to rodeo standings. I listen to it on Sirius/XM to keep up with the daily market reports. (Yes, I am a... Continue Reading →