2013 Moments and Memories

At the end of each year I like to spend a little time reflecting on the moments of the previous twelve months and documenting them so someday when I’m old and can’t remember all the great times I enjoyed I can pull up my blog and take a walk down memory lane. I also findContinue reading “2013 Moments and Memories”

This Week on Twitter

This last week, not surprisingly, has seen lots of talk about a New Year, new plans and goals for 2014. Here are some of my favorite Tweets on these topics. Being a woman is not easy (there I said it!). I liked the advice in this article about being in the moment, being who youContinue reading “This Week on Twitter”

Making New Year’s Resolutions

Do you or don’t you? I did an informal survey on social media in which most of the respondents said they don’t make New Year’s resolutions but many people did comment that they make goals. This got me thinking about the difference between a resolution and a goal. My definition of each would be. Resolution:Continue reading “Making New Year’s Resolutions”

This Week’s Twitter Take Aways

I scan through my Twitter feed several times a day. I usually go right to my lists and see what my favorite and most influential Twitter friends are sharing. I’ve started collecting some of these Tweets and thought I would share my Twitter take aways of the week. We are in the midst of aContinue reading “This Week’s Twitter Take Aways”

My Instagram Account Went to the Dogs

This time of year lends itself not only to planning ahead but to looking back. One of the things I’ve been conscious of this year is the type of content that drives engagement on the various social media platforms I participate in. So I thought this website was really interesting. The site is Statigram.com. YouContinue reading “My Instagram Account Went to the Dogs”

Running, Intuition and Cancer

A few weeks ago I announced I was going to run the LA Marathon in March 2014 and had joined the Team In Training organization to help raise money to beat cancer.  The most common question I’ve been asked since going public is “why”? There are some very logical reasons I could share like better health,Continue reading “Running, Intuition and Cancer”

I Can Run a Marathon, WE can Beat Cancer

Three years ago I started running. Although I’ve always been athletic, I was never a runner. I remember that first two-mile run… I didn’t know if I was going to make it. Fast forward three years later and I’m still running. I’ve decided to take my running to the next level. I’m going to pushContinue reading “I Can Run a Marathon, WE can Beat Cancer”

My “Can Do” Attitude Got Sea Sick

I’m generally a “can do” kind of person. I spent my youth as a competitive athlete and my professional career in real estate has given me lots of opportunity to flex that “can do” muscle. But my “can do” attitude recently got the better of me. I was on vacation in Hawaii and the groupContinue reading “My “Can Do” Attitude Got Sea Sick”