Travel in Bhutan

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Bhutan – A Country That Measures Happiness It was the call of Tiger’s Nest Monastery high in the Himalayas that captured my imagination. The country of Bhutan called me for a number of reasons, most importantly, because its gross national product is happiness. You can’t beat that idea! Bhutan is also a country which blends […]

5 Ways to Shape Your Life With Positivity

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As published in the Huffington Post: 2/7/17 There are all kinds of theories about how to create a positive attitude for your life so that you are able to shape your life to get the most happiness, the most peace of mind, the most whatever it is you hope to achieve in your life. And […]

Find Happiness With 5 Subtle Habits

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Published in Sixty and Me I’m on a happiness kick as 2017 begins. As intuitive and intelligent people, you know that happiness is a choice. And you undoubtedly get up every day and make a choice to be happy throughout your day. But some days you just can’t turn on that happiness light. The button […]

To Risk or Not To Risk: That is the Question

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As published in the Huffington Post: 12/2/14 Every so often a situation arises that feels like it might shake the very foundation of your being or at least considerably discombobulate your comfort zone. When this happens, your inclination is to bury the negative feelings under the rug and keep those mind/body/spirit rumblings locked in a […]

Living With Swag

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Last weekend I was buying shoes for one of my grandchildren – the 4 year old – and he said to me, “Hey, Gran, I’m getting new shoes with swag.” I looked at my son cluelessly and asked, “What’s swag?” “Mom, don’t you know swag?” he asked incredulously. “It means stylish and all that goes […]

Don’t Settle For Less: Dine On Caviar

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Last week the New York Times had an interview with Gloria Steinem on the occasion of her 80th birthday. When asked if she had any regrets, she said: “It’s not that I would do anything different. It’s that I’d do things faster.” When Ms Steinem, one of my role models, candidly wished she would have […]

The Path of Truth for Boomers

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Ever stop to contemplate the path of truth for the Boomers generation?  I’m talking about the values of our generation. We all had certainly had very strong and consistent values growing up: respect your elders, revere wisdom from our grandparents, study hard at school, practice piano every day, help with brothers and sisters, memorize your […]