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My 3 Words for 2017

9, December 2016

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If there is one habit I picked up and still follow, it is selecting “My three words” to guide me through the upcoming year. This tradition of sorts began with Chris Brogan of Owner Media, whom I met at Boston’s Podcamp in 2009 thanks to Guido Stein. The purpose of this philosophical exercise is to […]

Having and Holding Together

11, August 2014

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Recently PepsiCo’s CEO frankly stated what it is like being a mother while running one of the largest corporations in the world. Her words were both applauded and criticized. I have been studying various people in all sorts of industries by analyzing their balance between work, craft, family, and personal space. Each of them taught […]

After a Fairy Tale Ending

13, March 2014

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There are so many life stories each one of us can tell, it becomes difficult to find a beginning and end from one to the next. In my case a decade ago I began an unhappy marriage that drove me to various lengths in combating loneliness. Not once did I realize what I was doing […]

Throwing WIPs

26, August 2013

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As summer begins its closing steps, fiber enthusiasts everywhere in the northern hemisphere are anticipating the upcoming autumn and winter seasons. The colder temperatures mean handknit (that word applies to crocheted and woven items too!) garments and accessories need to be worn and made. The winter solstice is fast approaching with gift-giving holiday times. And […]

Honoring Life Cycles

30, July 2013

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Here I am, writing my monthly post. With each passing day I discover loads of topics to discuss, but find a lack of words to share my thoughts concisely. During the past few weeks Death has made appearances, work deadlines have been reached, and I have not met certain personal goals (the thank you notes […]

In Love with June

30, June 2013

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Originally for my post, I wanted to write about how life-changing and fun being pregnant has been, and that I would do it all over again. BFF and I definitely think our daughter needs a human sibling, though Miss Oreo seems to be eager to be L’s bondmate. The photo below is of the day […]