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We love the Thanksgiving holiday (Nov. 23) and actually, it seems to expand into whole month of November, doesn’t it?! Do you also love this month of gratitude? What are you most grateful for? As we reflect on “women as healers,” we have several things on our gratitude list: Our gigs that are inspirational and […]

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Well, it was a long time ago!! But, that’s when I started playing the harp. I was in a painful place in my life and gave myself harp lessons for my 30th birthday … really! And then for my 50th birthday, it was time to “birth” the book, Women as Healers: Voices of Vibrancy. It […]

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Over the holidays, I took some time to read “I Am Malala.” It is a great read … I couldn’t put it down!! I highly recommend it, especially if you are interested in empowering women and making sure all children have equal opportunities for education. She continues to make a big impact in the world […]

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Featuring my newest book called Women as Healers: Voices of Vibrancy, it makes a wonderful holiday gift for your favorite women. It is the stories of 31 gifted healers from around the world. These women are from all walks of life … authors, artists, consultants, nurses, educators, leaders, and therapists. As they share their stories […]

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The “Women as Healers” book includes a CD of my own compositions. It is a “feel good” product! Do you have a favorite shop who carries many different products for self-care and nourishing the spirit? Does your hospital have a gift shop? Here’s a partial list of how my products are “out and about”: Cancer […]

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On this blog I rarely discuss politics, but this week one of Minnesota’s female Senators has been in the news a lot. Senator Amy Klobuchar was an instrumental voice with other women in the Senate to hammer out a deal to re-open the government and pay the nation’s bill. As Klobuchar stated, “This came about […]

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In an earlier blog post, I mentioned the book, “Lean In” by Sheryl Sandberg. Reading this amazing book has heightened my awareness of current women’s issues and empowerment. The other day, a dear friend and I ate at our favorite restaurant. As we were eating, six men and one woman came in and pushed two […]

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Did you see 60 Minutes last night? They featured an interesting story on Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s COO. Ranked the 8th Most Powerful Woman in Business (from Fortune’s list of 50), she wrote a book called “Lean In.” The title comes from women frequently leaning back, not owning our power and minimizing ourselves. And Sandberg is […]

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