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I’m feeling a bit reflective this week as we are re-launching GirlFriendCircles.com after our initial opening nearly 8 years ago. In a few ways now feels very similar to then as every new beginning is fueled with both a sense of … Continue reading →
Yesterday I received an email of congrats from an entrepreneurial friend of mine after she saw my name on a press release announcing that I was a finalist for a Trailblazer of the Year Award. I quickly clicked on the … Continue reading →
Last week I was touched by your comments on my blog post about how insecure I was feeling about stepping out into new phases. First, I always love comments as they remind me that someone out there is reading what … Continue reading →
I just returned from participating in a One Billion Rising Pop-Up Video Shoot sharing why I rise against violence for women. You watch this 3-minute video and tell me how we could do anything but choose to rise. Let’s rise … Continue reading →
This is my manifesto for doing what I do. I believe that beyond the joy and health that friendships bring us personally, they also give us the place to practice being the people who this world needs. I share this … Continue reading →