©2019 by C Things Differently



February 15, 2019

I started this little gem, C Things Differently, with hopes and dreams of pulling that beautiful girl into it (a loving race with her dad to do so, mind you).

September 17, 2018

I look for those that have done amazing things with zeal and passion, creating, relying on their own strength and perseverance.

August 2, 2018

He taught me so many things, both big and little. He taught me how to take in the stars on a clear night, how to cartwheel race, how to pray and how to say thank you, how to demand to heard by listening to others (he was a feminist, at least for me), among so many oth...

July 20, 2018

I'm guiding this small, woman-owned business to success, so I will use my resources (time, talent and treasure) with discretion and demonstrate those values that reflect my professional and personal brand.

July 9, 2018

When you are working on your business or your personal brand, do not forget your why. Sometimes you need help understanding it as you can be too close, so do not be afraid to ask. Each of us is unique and each business is unique.

June 22, 2018

The older I get the less I have a favorite season, I simply love them all for different reasons. Summer brings with it heat and humidity yes but also the pure joy when rushing into an ice cream parlor to cool off and enjoy a treat.

June 15, 2018

Father’s Day has been around for hundreds of years, starting as a day to honor St Joseph (dad to the ultimate bonus child) and the date has ebbed and flowed, settling in America on the third Sunday in June since the early 20th century.

June 8, 2018

June is here, which means the season of long weekends and longer vacations has begun.  Because we Americans live in a land of highways and byways, many of us will be traveling by car this summer.  With a gallon of gas at $2.94, 20% less than 2017, we can spend a l...

June 1, 2018

June 1, 2018 is the 226th birthday of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.  Kentucky holds a special place in my heart, having spent my formative years there (and then some) and I am proud to refer it as home.  Originally, it was a part of the Commonwealth of Virginia, where...