Creating our own close-knit modern family and village - because it makes us healthier, because its fun, and because it makes us happy!
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We Could All Use A Little More Heart Connection With Our Fellow Humans.
Too busy to read? Listen to the podcast instead! When we are really stressed out, and when there’s too much pressure on us, it’s hard to be present with our loved ones, with our kids, our spouses and our friends. Why do we want to be present? Because when we’re...read more
Too busy to read? You can listen to the podcast instead! When I was in Europe recently I met a bunch of really interesting, vibrant, amazing women who are all entrepreneurs. The interesting thing about this group of women, however, is that many of them are not...read more
Too busy to read? You can listen to the podcast instead! "Be the change you want to see in the world" Mahatma Gandhi Today I want to talk about how you can become a cultural ambassador. Or rather, how we are all of us already cultural ambassadors, whether we...read more
Too busy to read? You can listen to the podcast instead! In today’s episode I want to talk about our culture of independence and how it may not be the best thing for us. A number of years ago I had my Tarot cards read. Now, for some of you that might sound a bit...read more
When Your Life Unexpectedly Falls Apart – How One Single Parent Created Her Extended Family and Village
Too busy to read? You can listen to the podcast instead! This week I’m joined by a member of my law firm, one of our All-Star legal assistants, Candy. Candy is a single mother who has made not only her life, but most importantly, her child’s life rich and satisfying,...read more
Too busy to read? You can listen to the podcast instead! Hello from Haarlem! This week’s blog post comes to you from Netherlands, where I visited briefly. It seems so appropriate that I would be in North Holland to learn first-hand about the concept of gezelligheid,...read more
Our ancestors thrived because they lived in extended family groups, tribes, and communities. They did not flourish while living in small, individual, little nuclear family pods. Yet, this massive constructed error is how many of us live today a lot of the time.
I was adopted and raised by Elma and Julius Hemminger. Our life together shaped how I interact with my family and friends, and run my business too. To read more about me, click here.