Monthly Archives: December 2015

Dear Uncle

Dear Uncle Kjell, I must preface this letter with an important request:  please do not share this letter with anyone other than Tante Siri.  I respect that in a marital partnership, secrets are devastating so I do not wish for … Continue reading

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Sugar is my enemy

Today is the first day of my new program.  Yes, you heard it. Another program!  While I had been attempting to resist the New Year’s Resolution Promises this year, the truth is that the bothersome symptoms of the past few … Continue reading

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Podcasts – voices and stories

For a few years now, I have subscribed to various podcasts. It’s interesting to me how few people in my daily life understand what I am referring to when I share with them that I listen to podcasts. For me, … Continue reading

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Another debate… any closer? 

Politically correct? Political differences of opinion? Ignorance is bliss? Saying much about nothing. That’s the reaction I have when I hear the sound bites that came out of the Republican Debate last night. Mostly, listening to a CNN news reporter … Continue reading

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Bliss or Pipe Dream?

Back to the grind stone. On my way home from Mexico aboard Delta Airlines, I watched an episode of On Creativity, a serial that offers insights into the creative world hosted by Paula Wallace of the Savannah College of Art … Continue reading

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A Riviera Maya Paradise

A funny thing happened on my shuttle ride from the Cancun Airport to my resort for the last two nights: Secrets Maroma on the Riviera Maya. I was bit by the Mexico Bug! I have been in the travel business … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo 2015 – Cross Over!

On this day, I write from my balcony at Secrets Maroma on the Riviera Maya of Mexico. It’s a work trip that includes visits to 16 resorts and destination training at three select resorts. In my down time, I catch … Continue reading

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