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Wondering what I should write this month on this blog, a friend suggested that I write about my parents’ birthdays…yes, they are on the same day (six years apart, but nevertheless on the same day). This year was a big milestone for my Mom and she requested NO party. So, my sister and I wanted […]

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I was recently scrolling down my Facebook feed and this headline appeared:  More Women to Moderate the Presidential Debates. So, once again on this blog site, we aren’t political, but there’s so many interesting things happening in politics at the moment! Possible women to choose from for the upcoming debates – Rachel Maddow, Christiane Amanpour, […]

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We have been contributing to this blog for many years. And we rarely get political here (or on Facebook either!) And now, we are getting political because there’s a female candidate running for President of the US of A. Have you noticed?!! Of course, it’s hard NOT to notice, right?!! And especially when another front-runner […]

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It was five years ago today that all of the 31 stories from the women came flooding into my inbox to create the “Women as Healers” book. I remember the energy and excitement like it was yesterday … and now it’s been five years!!! So what has happened in those five years? Well, here’s a […]

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Earlier this year, I wrote a blog post about Malala Yousafzai. The Taliban tried to assassinate her on October 9, 2012 because she wanted to go to school and learn. Miraculously, she survived this brutal attack and today is Malala Day. She is an inspiration to many! In the words of Malala:  “Malala Day is […]

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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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