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  • Do You Hold Your Children Back?

    It’s interesting for me to think about this question. Over the last 27 years, I always thought of myself as a parent who did not hold my children back. When my son asked to go to sleep away camp at the age of 9, we found a camp that suited…

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  • 5 of My Favorite Tips for Preparing Your Child for College

    I graduated from Riverwood High School in 1981. In September, our family drove, in my parent’s station wagon (wood paneling and all), from Atlanta, Georgia to College Park, Maryland. The car was packed with all the items that we felt were needed to start my first year in college. We…

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  • My Week on NYC Metro

    This past week I was in New York City. 6 million people are in the city each day. Taking public transportation is the cheapest, quickest and most efficient way to travel around. My unlimited Metro Card for the week was $32. Of course there is Uber, Lyft and Via as…

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  • 4 Tips to Spring Clean Your Thoughts (Infographic Included)

    “Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony.” – Mahatma Ghandi The power of positive thinking is talked about by many. Have you ever made a conscious effort to implement a process by which you change your thoughts each day? Recently, I…

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  • “Does Tequila Make Your Clothes Fall Off?”

    Now that I have your attention…One of the most common questions I get asked from my clients is: “Can I drink? Is wine OK? Or, what about cocktails or mixed drinks?” As a Health and Wellness Speaker and Coach, education and knowledge is where I like to focus my attention….

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  • 5 Tips on Caring for Your Elderly Parents

    The older we get, our parents do as well. For many of us, it becomes our responsibility to take care of Mom and Dad as they get on with age, and I know most families face difficult questions about how to handle and navigate elderly care. Equally important is open…

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  • Can you forgive yourself as you would forgive others?

    “Commitment is a considered response rather than an immediate reaction and requires our continued vigilance and energy. A decision takes place in a moment in time while a commitment consists of many consistent decisions over time.” – Caruso Leadership In this blog, I want to encourage each of you to…

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