Category Archive: Blog

Jan 23 2015

The Importance of a Legacy Letter

Leah Dobkin, founder of Legacy Letters, talked with NPR last week about the the importance of sharing our stories and values with the next generation.

You can listen to to Leah’s short interview here: Share your life story with loved ones with a Legacy Letter.

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Jan 20 2015

Would You Like to Be on National TV?

My friend Karen Venable from Roommates4Boomers contacted me to say that a highly respected television channel is looking for Boomers who’re living with roommates, or in a commune, or in any sort of alternative living arrangement. They’re working on a documentary to be aired on national television. If you’re living in shared or alternative housing and would like …

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Jan 20 2015

Sherry Amatenstein – Nine Universal Relationship Truths

In her most recent article, Sherry Amatenstein shares the most important things she’s learned about marriage from her many years as a therapist.

Read the article here: 9 things I’ve learned about marriage from being a couples therapist

Jan 13 2015

Tales of a Lost Cellphone – and Reconnection With Our Past

Chris Roth wrote a nice piece recently in Communities Magazine about living with and without technology – and the effect technology has on one’s ability to genuinely experience a real, human community. Her exploration of this often-discussed topic is written within the framework of a LOST CELLPHONE. Just those two words cause a spark of anxiety in our minds, right?

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Jan 08 2015

You Gotta Have Girlfriends – a Life Changing Ebook

Suzanne Braun Levine’s book You Gotta Have Girlfriends is on the Open Road Media list of Ebooks That Could Change Your Life. Have you read it yet? Maybe it’s time you did!

Jan 06 2015

Selective Memories… – Suzanne Braun Levine

A recent move from her apartment of 18 years gave Suzanne Braun Levine an “intense trip down memory lane”. Read her Huff Post article, Selective Memories…, where she talks about the process of sorting through boxes of stuff collected over a lifetime, and how it helped her define what really matters.

Dec 30 2014

Wanna Make Your Business Famous? Good Luck With That.

I’m happy to say that I’ve fired all of my PR clients – not because I dislike them – I actually like them very much – good people doing good things – but because I find PR frustrating. It does not bring me the feeling that I’m doing what I do best. No disrespect, but PR is essentially a sales …

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Dec 17 2014

Communicating and Preserving the Stories, Wisdom and Beauty of Your Life

Leah Dobkin – Guest Blogger

Writing a loving testament of our values, life experiences, hopes and gratitude and sharing it with family is a life-affirming, profoundly spiritual and healing experience.  Known as a legacy letter, the exercise enables people to pass on what they have learned, not just what they have earned. Putting …

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Dec 02 2014

Lisa Levart – The Rule of Three

 

Lisa Levart’s latest Huff Post article is about Women, Power, and the Rule of Three. Do you know what the Rule of Three is? Read the article here and find out!

Women, Power and the Rule of Three

 

 

 

Nov 29 2014

Small Biz Saturday – Support Women’s Online Businesses

It’s the day to support small businesses as we start (or continue) our mad dash toward seasonal gift-giving.  Let’s support all those talented women out there who operate online!  Here are three women-owned online businesses whose products are SO COOL – edgy, aesthetically pleasing, one-of-a-kind – everything that defines the perfect gift. Check them out and buy – …

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