Author Archives: Grace Boyle

My 10th Year In Colorado

I moved to Colorado in August of 2008 – see succinct blog post from August 19th, 2008. I can’t believe I’ve been here 10 years. Even still, I’m uncovering new gems in Colorado, in awe of these mountains, and sort … Continue reading

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My Favorite Reads of 2016

Last year I read 24 books. I chuckle as I write this because on the 31st, I was furiously trying to crush the final book. A goal is a goal, right? This year, my reading challenge via GoodReads was to … Continue reading

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Four Podcasts I’m Loving

Podcasts are growing. It seems everywhere I turn a favorite author or public figure has their own podcast. I love the medium of listening (especially while I’m driving / commuting). I’ve listed four of my favorite podcasts (of the moment) … Continue reading

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30 by 30: The Lessons

I always thought 30 was super old. I couldn’t really imagine getting there either. Then as each year in my 20’s ticked upwards, it felt less elusive, and more like a decade I couldn’t wait to dive into. I recognize … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned in Rolling Out Software

I’ve been in software and technology the last eight years and so I’ve had my share of teaching and training hundreds of customers on software, while also internally touching and using many tools and technology for my own successful management. … Continue reading

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My Favorite Reads of 2015

I set a goal in the beginning of 2015, to read two books a month and nail 24 books by the end of the year. I will admit, it came down to the wire (as in December 31st) but I’m … Continue reading

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Your Brain On Love

Recently, I was recommended the audiobook version of Your Brain On Love by Stan Tatkin. Fjallraven Kanken Big His book Wired for Love is also (I hear) a great supplement of his work. Produced by Sounds True, the audio book … Continue reading

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Making Time for Joy

I grew up with the phrase (over and over): life is bliss. When you think of the things you’re told growing up, this isn’t bad, right? It was mundane to me though, at first. I don’t think I really knew … Continue reading

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