Dividing My Mind Time

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I suppose that sounds like a silly title, but this is something I’ve been meaning to write about for a while. From September until the beginning of May I was a contractor (Marketing), who turned entrepreneur/business owner, and a graduate student. My clients are a restaurant group (three restaurants) and a software company start-up in … Read More

Showing Up – A Lost Art

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I’m going to try and write this without sounding bitter. But I’ll be honest – I’ll probably have to spit out the lemon by the time I’m done. There’s so much chatter (be it written or verbal) about how people aren’t actually talking to each other any more. Everyone, even in the same proximity to each … Read More

Now What?

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Photo credit: Gonzaga University I have graduated. Again. The consistent question I’m getting from people who learn that I’ve just earned my master’s degree is “Now what?” I have to say, it’s a question I didn’t expect to be asked so much! For the most part, my answer is “More of the same, I suppose… … Read More

Why I Walk

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This blog post is the speech I gave at the San Diego Making Strides Against Breast Cancer kick-off breakfast this morning. They asked me to talk about being a “Pacesetter” (one of the top San Diego fundraisers for the walk) – the why and the how. Ruth, Eleanor, Joan, Janet, Rosemary, and Carol—Each of these women fought … Read More