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Thoughts Become Things – Really? I Thought this Sh*t into Being?

Tweet A couple of weeks back I was driving home from a weekend with my dear friend, Stacey. We are exploring how to collaborate and support in each other as we move towards our shared and individual visions. I love … Continue reading

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Leaps of Faith

Tweet When was the last time you took a leap of faith? Standing on the ledge, peering over and the argument begins: oh no, I don’t think I can…I really shouldn’t….the time is just not right…and the conversation goes on … Continue reading

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Is this YOUR time?

Tweet There is a lot of conversation these days around the globe and water coolers, at book club gatherings and in playgrounds, posts in blogs and on FaceBook, that women are/will be leading a shift, a movement towards a more … Continue reading

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A Story of Sisterhood

Sisters I have known for most of my life, celebrations, support, love Continue reading

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You’ve Come A Long Way Baby!

Tweet If you were around back in 1968, the above slogan may be familiar to you. Virginia Slims, those oh so slim and, dare I say sexy, cigarettes targeting the feminine market utilized this slogan as well as a few … Continue reading

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I Believe……………

Tweet Often times so much can be said in a few carefully chosen words put together in a series of beautiful sentences.  Here is one of my favorites: “I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie … Continue reading

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Unwrapped

Lady Gaga, singer, entertainer and cofounder of the Born this Way Foundation, a Shenomenal Woman. Continue reading

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Ginny

Mary Virginia ‘Ginny’ Tighe Fleming, mother of Mary Jo Rakowski, Shenomenal Woman Continue reading

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