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I have conducted the “Women as Healers: Voices of Vibrancy” presentation many times. The presentation weaves together current issues and the wisdom of the “Women as Healers” stories. It is empowering, insightful and motivating. As one participant said, “Tami’s presentation was life-changing!” It took some tweeks and refinement to get it where I wanted it, […]

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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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We’re in the middle of the campaign season and while most of us thought the election would be based on the economy, it’s really about women’s issues. Isn’t that interesting?! We are front and center … whether the political parties like it or not, whether they are talking about us or not. We are a […]

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Women’s issues seem to be on the front page of every newspaper and magazine, as well as headlining all TV news programs. What an interesting and exciting time for the feminine spirit to be rising up and being heard! “A Woman’s Voice” is a brand new song written by three Oscar-winning song writers — Marvin […]

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As Thanksgiving is nearing, reflecting on what I’m grateful for seems to come into my consciousness even more than usual. This year, I have had several wonderful experiences to conduct presentations centered around the Women as Healers book. I am especially grateful for these individuals and organizations for saying “Yes! Let’s do a gig!”: Woodwinds […]

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I have always been interested in women’s issues … and even more so after the “Women as Healers” book was introduced. So , when the opportunity to create “A Guided Oasis for the Mid-Life Woman” came along, I knew the timing was perfect and jumped at the chance! I co-created it with Glenda Cedarleaf, Clinical […]

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At the time that Women as Healers was complete, another book, Half the Sky had been introduced a couple of months earlier. If you have a chance, I’d highly recommend reading it – they are putting women’s issues on the “front burner” and so are we! Also, in the back of Half the Sky, there […]

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I am excited to let you know about an upcoming presentation on my newest book, Women as Healers. It will be at St. Bridget Catholic Church in River Falls, WI on November 14 at 6-9 p.m. Contact Ann Schwalbach at 763-689-9429 for more information. Come join us for a wonderful evening! Also, I’ll be back […]

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In the spring, I was a mentor to a young woman from Nepal. She was a journalist “on the ground” in the World Pulse Voices of Our Future program. It was a wonderful experience to work with her! For her fourth (and last assignment), she wrote a deeply moving article called Driving with Dignity.  It […]

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