Monthly Archives: December 2016

THE HUFFINGTON POST: Chase Your Dream, Not Your Dragon

I’d like to say I had an ordinary week of meetings with clients, a hot date, and regular news purge. But as things go, I had the unusual task of working with a new client whose dream is to run for Congress. Jenn is a humble patriot looking to make a difference. She’s a grassroots […]

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THE HUFFINGTON POST: You Are Entirely Up To You

These times are quite fraught with desperation for all of us. We look outside ourselves for leadership; we look outside for community. When the truth is we are seeking something that is already within us. It’s in that precious moment that we actually have a clear understanding. Our uniqueness of being is where we truly […]

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THE HUFFINGTON POST: Thanksgiving Stories: A Recipe for Celebration

I have a strict rule about Thanksgiving, and it is simple: If you can’t cook, DON’T. There is nothing worse than a newbie gourmet confused about the sex of a turkey. If you’re daring to make the greatest meal of the year or entertaining your politically opposed relatives, I recommend the Tom: It’s a fat, […]

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THE HUFFINGTON POST: Divided Nation, Divided Family: Overcoming Political Differences

I hate that my mother voted for Donald Trump. But I love my mom. As we look at the fierce division between Trump’s supporters and everyone else, the fear of the unknown is paralyzing. There’s a reason the hair on the back of our neck sticks up when we find ourselves in a dangerous situation. […]

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