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Giving Back for Tomorrow

As a parent, one of the things I want to teach my kids is how easy it is to give to others.  But it can feel overwhelming.  There are hundreds of ways we could give back…in our communities, in the world beyond.  But the question looms:  how far can one donation really go?  We need […]

NYC – Once is Never Enough

Last month, I visited New York City for the first time.  It was almost in disbelief that I got off the plane, knowing this place that had attracted me so was finally mine to explore, experience, enjoy.  Fifth Avenue, Central Park, Tiffany’s, the Museum of Modern Art, the restaurants, even the crowds…bliss.  Even the corner […]

New York – A City of Surprises

Close your eyes and picture what you know of New York City.  Picture streets full of people walking, all jostling for position as they hurry along.  Barely waiting for the lights to change, their focus is on where they are headed, nothing else.  When I booked this trip weeks ago, I imagined no one making […]

BlogHer ’10 in NYC!

Worlds colliding.  It’s an expression we use to describe what happens when parts of our lives, once divided, come together in a dramatic way.  I can’t think of a better way to describe the past week.  Those who know me well know I stay busy in my “real” day-to-day life, but that I also spend […]