Five Years, and The Good Things on the Other Side of Acceptance

2012 was one of the most profoundly life-altering years for me. I lost my husband, I became chronically injured, my business struggled from my inability to focus on it, many of my friends went through illnesses, divorces, and family deaths of their own — no kidding, it was a very hard time. But in mid-December Read more about Five Years, and The Good Things on the Other Side of Acceptance[…]

Creativity and Change: The more things change, the more the timeless stuff matters

Sitting in the Shakespeare Garden this morning, soaking up the sun and the homage to the Bard, I can’t help but think about the work of creativity, and its place in culture, and how that is subject to change over time, or not. Creative endeavors always bear the burden of every genius who came before. Read more about Creativity and Change: The more things change, the more the timeless stuff matters[…]

After 12.5 Years in Nashville

It’s time. I’ve sold my car and a third of my belongings (and donated another third to Goodwill) and now I’ve sold my house and I’m officially on my way from Nashville to New York City. If my quick mental tally is anywhere close, I’ve moved at least 30 times. Four metropolitan areas in four states. Five metro areas if you Read more about After 12.5 Years in Nashville[…]

Warren Buffett on Women, Power, and Change

There’s plenty of good stuff in this article along with plenty of eyebrow-raising in the comments about Buffett’s own policies and history of empowering women within his business leadership team, but either way, I particularly liked this quote: “Resistance among the powerful is natural when change clashes with their self-interest.” Read more here: Warren Buffett is Read more about Warren Buffett on Women, Power, and Change[…]