When a Curveball meets Your Plans — and How to Move On
I’d love to know how many of you have an Emotional Fitness Officer in your organizations. Yours might be called something else, but their job is to monitor the emotional health and […]
In my latest trashy regency romance, the heroine Rose is breaking off her engagement to Piers, and she proclaims: “I’ve come to know myself and my capabilities. I’m resilient. While you were […]
Sarah Flint’s hand-crafted Italian shoes are a favorite for high-profile women like Amal Clooney, Cindy Crawford, and the Duchess of Sussex. Cindy Crawford is even an investor and […]
Angelique Bovee used to be a boxer. She rose to great heights, winning U.S. National Boxing Championships, and set her sights on going to the Olympics. But in 2004 and in 2008, when […]
Your labels don’t define you, but sometimes you need a few.
What do you call yourself, professionally?
I was talking to my friend and editor Antonella, who’s also reworking […]
It’s hard to imagine a person left for dead in a street of Los Angeles would be talking about hope. Judy Guido’s story is […]
I think back to my early summer trip to Australia, with friends Carole and Dee. One morning the two decided to kayak. I declined, wanting a little time one-on-one with Lizard island. […]
Whenever I travel I bring along five or six pencils. Pencils are what I write with now, ever since my first book. I hate the mess of crossing thru things written in ink, some […]
Recently some friends and I traveled to Nashville, to hear from Thistle Farms founder Becca Stevens. Becca began a program 20 years ago to help women victims of sex trafficking, and it’s been remarkably […]