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This week I had the pleasure of being featured on This Is Writing, sharing a behind the scenes look at what my life as a writer looks like. People seem fascinated about the process of a writer (especially those who don’t think they can write), so hope you enjoy this inside look at both my writing process and how my book Confessions of a Middle-Aged Hippie was birthed to the world. You can read the whole interview by going here.

Recently I had the pleasure of being introduced to a young man who grew up in a very rich and famous Hollywood family. In spite of the fame and fortune, his life spiralled out of control and his new book Unlimiting You is his story of getting back up, transforming his life and now using his experiences to help others transform their lives. Here’s my latest piece on the Huffington Post. “Spelling it All Out on The Page“. Enjoy this wonderful story of Randy Spelling and how he now inspires others to live their most meaningful lives.

Seems the theme of women keeps circling back and capturing my attention. I wanted to take the reader on a trip down memory lane, remembering some of the ways women have taken a stand and made advances at closing the much talked about gender gap. You can find my latest Huffington Post piece, What Would You Like to See Women Recognized For? by going Here. Yes, we women have come a long way, but we still got a long way to go. What do you think?