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September’s Whirlwind

September’s Whirlwind

Hi Anne: We’ve missed your updates now for a couple of months…. “Sup? I was actually thrilled to receive several recent inquiries about what is going on with my blog. It is nice to know that people miss you when you don’t post! Fortunately, there […]

The Nature of Change

The Nature of Change

I was reading a wonderful book this week (The Artful Garden by James Van Sweden and Tom Christopher) and found it a surprising source of inspiration not only about gardening but about life and particularly the subject of goals. In the book, the authors profile […]

Reminder!  Tune in to Helen Whitney’s Forgiveness this Weekend

Reminder! Tune in to Helen Whitney’s Forgiveness this Weekend

As I wrote about previously in our month on change, this weekend is the debut of Helen Whitney’s enlightening 2-part series on PBS, Forgiveness. It promises to be a powerful and moving experience. For where and when to watch, check the PBS website here.  For […]

March Recap: Change

March Recap: Change

All this month, we have been discussing change, particularly looking at how adapting to change is a big part of staying organized. We learned that change = learning and discussed the most stressful life changes Chip and Dan Heath taught us from their book Switch […]

Change through Forgiveness: Previewing Helen Whitney’s Latest Documentary and Book Project

Change through Forgiveness: Previewing Helen Whitney’s Latest Documentary and Book Project

I was honored to be contacted recently by a publicist for producer Helen Whitney asking if I would be willing to review her latest book,  Forgiveness: A Time to Love & A Time to Hate, and get the word out about her PBS documentary of […]