I am sitting in a sweet mountain cabin at the base of Mount Hood, Oregon. It is near a cabin, a home really, that I lived in ten years ago. It is on a forested three acres, split by a river. Whenever I return to this area, I walk my old property (not trespassing mind you – the owners have given me permission to do so), and many memories come flooding back. I am reminded that the years I lived in the woods I learned a lot about what it means to “live true.” Continue reading “Musings on What it Means to Live True”
Have you seen the recently released book, Kid Me Not: An Anthology by Childfree Women of the 60s Now in their 60s. Is that a clever book idea or what. And the life accounts in it give readers a good look into a generation of women making the childfree choice at a time when it was not as accepted as it is today. Reading the women’s stories made me think of my interview with the gals at “Fab Over 50” awhile back.
I am lucky- I love my work. In addition to writing nonfiction books, I help organizations and individuals achieve their professional communications goals. This takes the form of everything from editing eBooks, business plans, to writing and editing website content, e-articles, presentations, marketing materials, media materials, training and educational materials, and more.
I have just been on the road for several days on a project, and had two things happened that I also love…this is on a whole other level of communication. Continue reading “Wondrous Ways the World Connects People”