My story isn’t sweet and harmonious, like invented stories. It tastes of folly and bewilderment, of madness and dreams, like the lives of all people who no longer want to lie to themselves. – Hermann Hesse
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Don’t forget to comment on my blogiversary giveaway; deadline to be entered to win is Thursday, January 31st. And now, back to your regularly scheduled programming. Isn’t this quote a beauty? It makes me sigh with joy, for me and for all of you.
We have this really magical thing happening over here. It’s what we hoped would happen when we started bringing women to the same place at the same time – ♥ women who own businesses and have started non-profits ♥ women who want to own a business, but don’t yet know how or when ♥ women who make creative […]
Approximately 16 years ago, one of my closest friends– Well actually she turned out to not be one of my closest friends. Rather, she had come to view me as an obstacle to her desired “friendship” with my husband, who thankfully was not interested in trading me for her– Anyway this “friend” looked at me […]
The power of vulnerability is precisely what this blog celebrates. My commitment to share my authentic self is often challenged by the extent to which I am willing to be vulnerable in these blog posts. It is, however, a useful exercise. Even a spiritual one. Being continuously tested in this way causes me to reexamine […]