Category Archive: Blog

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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Nov 26 2014

STRESS OUT & JOY IN with Barbara Hannah Grufferman

Barbara Hannah Grufferman’s newest episode of the Best of Everything After 50, is all about keeping STRESS OUT and JOY IN during the holiday season.

Watch & learn Barbara’s tips for dealing with stress here: Controlling Holiday Stress

Nov 25 2014

Meditation Training Class with Barbara Cummings

Barbara Cummings, transformational life coach and founder of the blog Sassy, Sensual, Easy Living, is offering a two hour online meditation class to help deal with stress. Barbara believes that “meditation is the antidote for stress. It helps us avoid it, temper it, deal with it, minimize it, and tame it.” With the holiday season …

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Nov 20 2014

Cathy Chester’s Conversation With Alan Alda

In her latest Huff Post article, Cathy Chester recounts stories from Alan Alda’s recent talk at The New Jersey Performing Arts Center. Cathy, a devoted fan of Alda, encapsulates his warmth, wit, and life-long passion for science through her thoughtful selection of his own words on life. Cathy also shares the touching few moments that left an indelible impression on her …

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Nov 18 2014

Janet Neal – 1000 Women Stronger

Have you ever felt “stuck”, kept in your place by persons or circumstances, longing to break free but not knowing how to do, what else you would do, or if you could even do anything else? I know I have. It’s a terrible place to be. As a result, I am committed to helping …

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Nov 07 2014

Identify the Freak In This Picture

Take a look at this photo from my best friend Janna’s end-of-the-school-year party in the summer of 1966. Can you pick out the freak? It’s really very obvious – to me, anyway.

There we were, a bunch of seemingly normal thirteen-year-olds from Riviera Elementary School sitting in the sunshine in Janna’s Southern California backyard, a short …

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Nov 07 2014

Check Out This Great Little Video From Charleston

Peggy Reskin

Thank you to Peggy Reskin, who took all these great photos at our wonderful Women At Woodstock South retreat in Charleston, and put them together into a lovely video. Makes me miss everyone already, Peggy!

Nov 06 2014

Happy Birthday to Victoria Zackheim!

Happy birthday to Victoria Zackheim, co-keynote speaker at all three Women At Woodstock retreats last month, accomplished author and playwright, and now, thanks to the time I was able to spend with Victoria in Woodstock, Charleston, and Palm Springs, someone I count as a true friend. Victoria inspired me in two important ways last month. …

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