by Kim Klein – Guest Blogger My partner came home feeling a bit blue after spending the day downsizing his storage unit. He confided in me that he had gotten rid of so much stuff, things he’d been holding on to for decades; memories, creations, paintings, and ideas, the stuff his dreams were made of.
by Kim Klein – Guest Blogger I was 10 years old when my older brother entered my room and saw my best friend and me playing with Barbie dolls. All he had to do was mutter a sarcastic “goo goo ga ga,” for me to feel completely embarrassed and pack away Barbie, Ken, and Skipper, too.
Lisa Levart – author of Goddess on Earth, Portraits of the Divine Feminine, and one of this year’s Women At Woodstock presenters, is shining the light on young women and their fierce commitment to make our world a better place. In her latest Huffington Post article, Millennials; Celebrate Yourselves, Even When Others Don’t, Lisa encourages us to pay attention to
In her latest Huff Post article, Cathy Chester recounts stories from Alan Alda’s recent talk at The New Jersey Performing Arts Center. Cathy, a devoted fan of Alda, encapsulates his warmth, wit, and life-long passion for science through her thoughtful selection of his own words on life. Cathy also shares the touching few moments that left an indelible impression on her
Betty Newman – Guest Blogger In October of 2008 I knew nothing about the Heroic Journey or L. Frank Baum, the author of “The Wizard of Oz,” nor Joseph Campbell and Jean Houston-the great chroniclers of the Heroic Journey in Mythology-and certainly not Jonah Sachs, author of “Winning the Story Wars.” What I did know
Veronica James, one half of The GypsyNester duo, will be attending Women At Woodstock East this year. We’re thrilled that Veronica will be joining us! Her venturesome, inquisitive nature is so much a part of what Women At Woodstock is all about. Check out The Gypsy Nester’s latest video of their travel escapes: Meet The GypsyNesters!
Beth Greer is a featured guest in a new, Free, virtual speaker series that’s available right now. Beth, aka Super Natural Mom, is an award-winning journalist, green holistic health educator, healthy home expert, impassioned champion of toxin-free living, and Women At Woodstock alum. In this new series, hosted by Amy Yamada, a panel of inspiring women
Peggy Reskin, Women At Woodstock alum, has great news for women 50+ about the future we share. In her essay, Arriving at 70: you bring it all with you – Peggy talks about turning 50, reaching 60, and arriving at 70 with the wealth of experiences that make up “the mosaic of who you are.” Peggy’s essay
B. Lynn Goodwin, Women At Woodstock friend, author of You Want Me to Do WHAT? Journaling for Caregivers, and Editor of Writer Advice, is a featured expert on Inspire Me Today’s Ask a Luminary series. InspireMeToday.com is a free website that shares inspiration from global thought leaders each and every day. The Ask a Luminary series