Even though we’re virtual, spaces are limited to facilitate sharing and giving each participant time to be heard.
A cup of tea, a moment of quiet on the back porch of my little place at Clove Cottages as I await the afternoon … I love this day of happy anticipation.
Three years ago I was sitting in my hotel room in Simi Valley, sipping an early-morning cup of coffee and enjoying the sunshine and the quiet, and the warm memory of the past night’s joyously raucous celebration at the wedding of the son of my dear old friends Joan and Terry. I was thinking about
That’s what Tony Robbins says, and it makes perfect sense. He was talking in this case about rich people. Author of MONEY: Master The Game, he said in an interview that the wealthiest, most successful people tend to hang out with wealthy, successful people. Before you say, “Duh,” think about what you’re really saying when you say
I’m very pleased to announce that VoyageLA Magazine has published a feature article on me, and of course it’s mostly about Women At Woodstock. If you’re wondering why the heck I would be featured in a Los Angeles magazine when Women At Woodstock is held in upstate New York, the answer is: I actually live in
Here’s the answer, in a visual minute-and-a-half. Thank you, Laura E. Kelly, for producing this cool video for Women At Woodstock! Click here to register.
Angela Kaufman has been coming to Women At Woodstock for many years. Now her first book, Queen Up! is being published (release date: April 1). I’m very proud to know Angela, and very excited for her success. She just wrote to me about how her experiences at Women At Woodstock shaped her transformation from wannabe writer
I was honored when Hélène Tragos Stelian contacted me to ask if I would be interviewed for a feature article on Next Act For Women. Well, yeah! She then proceeded to ask me many probing questions that required me to actually sit down and think about what the hell I was doing with, like, my life.
It was twelve years ago. I was turning the big five-oh. I was in the midst of a divorce after twenty-three years of marriage. There had been strife and tension in my life for many years. Socially, I’d been in a lay-low mode for a long time. I had friends, I went to gatherings of