Monthly Archives: September 2011

Nothing Like September To Get Your Juices Flowing!

Don’t know if it’s the subtle change in weather indicating the transition to a new season but my in box has been flooded with opportunities to listen to webinars featuring well known speakers in the fields of sociology, psychology, leadership and world peace.  I signed up for two, week long fests Peace Week (did you notice the link in last weeks blog), and The NLP … Continue reading Nothing Like September To Get Your Juices Flowing! »

I’m Letting The Dust Settle What About You?

Summer is almost over. The kids are back in school. I can’t wait for autumn to arrive officially.   In NY film festivals will be kicking off soon the end of this month in the city and in mid October in East Hampton.  It’s a time when NYC comes alive.  I love crisp mornings energizing me, and the hustle and bustle permeating the city.  Fall is … Continue reading I’m Letting The Dust Settle What About You? »

WHAT WAS IN MOTHER NATURE’S LESSON PLAN WHEN SHE GAVE THE EAST COAST THE ONE TWO PUNCH LAST WEEK?

Earthquakes, hurricanes, New Moon causing exceptionally high tides, mercury in retrograde…just a few of the tricks Mother Nature used last week to get our attention.  I don’t think in my wildest dreams I could have imagined experiencing an earthquake in NYC followed a few days later by a devastating hurricane.  Irene, although she did not inflict the flooding damage in NYC and the East End … Continue reading WHAT WAS IN MOTHER NATURE’S LESSON PLAN WHEN SHE GAVE THE EAST COAST THE ONE TWO PUNCH LAST WEEK? »