I have lost 2 years of blog posts. A few weeks ago, I made a switch between website providers. Content was to be migrated. But in that process, all of my blog posts that were supposed to be migrated from the old provider to the new provide did not make it back. What’s more, there seems […]
In order to be an effective leader you must know how to move stuff out of the way. In a Master Class led by Harriette Cole at BeBlogalicious6, she shared this slide. It stuck with me and is definitely worth sharing. Walk Away from what does not serve you.
Every African American garden teaches a different lesson. But for me a garden says more about the faith of the gardener than the yield of the garden. The Charles Madison Nabrit Memorial Garden in Columbus, Ohio is one of the most recent gardens to join the list of important African American gardens to visit. Under the auspices […]
It’s Sunday, the day before my birthday. Blogher14 is over and I’m soon to take a flight out of San Francisco to head home. This flawed but authentic signage is from a project sponsored by Leah Peterson. I was captivated by this almost biblical declaration that seems appropriate for all time. I didn’t realize I […]
There is no need to ask whether saving money on your grocery bill is of interest to you. I have a friend who has created a system for reducing your weekly grocery bill that will work for any size family. She has launched a challenge for new subscribers that could earn you $250.00. Take a […]
I just left SXSW V2V (South by Southwest Vision 2 Venture) Conference in Las Vegas. I know this title, “Vision to Venture” will ring a sweet bell for all of you dreamers, entrepreneurs, and maker types. One of the most interesting people I met and talk to was Jean Harrison, the Herd Manager at EasyKeeper, […]
The 7 Days to a Better Blog Challenge by Brandi Jeter Riley “Have you heard that there are well over 250 MILLION blogs on the internet?” Brandi Riley, the blogger behind Mama Knows It All, has written her FIRST book, The 7 Days to a Better Blog Challenge for anyone who wants to blog or […]
What’s Next for you? How many times have you reimagined your life? I have dreamed as long as I can remember. At various times in my life I have found myself stuck and very comfortable in that safe stuck space even though I yearned for more. I was afraid to rock my comfortable boat for […]
George Takei was in Austin, Texas at SXSW2014 asking a lot of questions last March. I had the opportunity to weigh in with him on one conversation about the future. Trend spotting and predicting are two of my favorite past-times and George, well he is a legend. He and I were among a large group […]
Statin prescribing, according to a British website is increasing by 30% each year and soon everyone over 50 will be told they need them. I don’t know if that statistic is correct. I know that since hitting age 50, it’s not unusual among friends for me to learn that statins have been recommended to them. So […]
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