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Have a constructive opinion, comment or question you'd like to share? Feel free to add it to the comment section of this blog.

And thanks for reading! My writing is based on my own experiences. I am not a psychologist. But I have had to wrestle with both sensitivity and ADHD my entire life and career. I am inclined toward behavioral sciences and organizational psychology. I have taken a lot of mental notes and watched a wide variety of dynamics play out in my direct and indirect teams. I've also reflected deeply on things I could have done differently in some of those situations. I now feel moved to write about what I've learned. I'm always up for a good discussion if you are moved to leave a comment. 

Speaking from the heart,


  • Writer's pictureAlicia Lerrigo

Welcome to My Blog

Updated: Feb 15

Exploring the themes "Happy Work", "Helpful Habits", and "The Highly Sensitive Project Manager"

I've always loved writing. That doesn't mean I'm a great writer, it just means I love it and I am moved to express myself through the written word. I've been toying with the idea of creating a blog for a long time. I have so many topics I want to write about, and I started collecting and expanding on those topics about three years ago, along with the creation of Three Trees Institute.

The universe keeps pointing me back to writing, sharing, processing in words. I feel that it is through writing that I finally understand what I'm thinking and feeling. Where I can put the pieces of my life together and know which direction to move in. It's not important to me that I have a lot of readers, or even any. What's important to me is the magic that happens when my words are made official. When I hit "publish", I'm making a statement to the universe. I'm saying, here I am - the good and the bad, the right and the wrong. Let's take it from here and keep learning.

My blog will evolve over time, as all blogs do, and I make no commitment on consistency. My overarching theme has to do with how to find your "Happy Work". I work in project management so I will often frame my dialogue from a project manager's perspective. However, now, because of a turn of events that occured with my partner in life, Michael Blasi, I am moving in the direction of organizational psychology and DEI, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Read the story about what that turn of events was here.

I invite you to follow my blog. I'm always up for constructive and positive feedback and conversation!

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