Previous: Making the Right Call. A missing belt, lipstick on only the top half of my lips, mismatched earrings, and hair that was not brushed top the list of memorable moments. The fast-food lunches I was consuming, in an effort to preserve time, have slowly been replaced by more healthy choices. Somewhere between the sleepless nights and harried juggling of new lifestyle changes, I learned that there were many things I could do without. My once pristinely manicured fingernails began to break as soon as all the nail polish chipped away. As the years have passed, my sleep has increased exponentially, along with my brain function. Thankfully, sympathetic women would tap on my window to alert me that it was time for employee meetings. If it were easy, fathers would do it. Thankfully, I worked with a part-time dental assistant who had spare tubes of toothpaste and a toothbrush.