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One Of My Favorite Things
Fashion, Random |
September 02, 2016

One Of My Favorite Things

I am part of a bloggers group and they have been having a summer challenge… And I have been totally slacking off. In looking back on some of the topics, there was one I really wanted to write about… “Share Your Favorite Thing” it was called. They said “Pretend you are a celebrity and you are telling your fans all about the thing you cannot live without.” I will tell you the first thing that popped in my mind. TOMS Classics. Legit, these save the day all the time lately. Don’t know......

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Let’s be honest
Random |
May 09, 2014

Let’s be honest

I’ve not been very good about blogging since marrying that fabulous man I married. Let’s be even more honest… my blog has been a big aimless even for a while before that. It started out being life as a single, Jewish woman in the social media field with some love of Sherlock Holmes thrown in. But it was aimless. I didn’t feel like I had a strong topic. I found a voice when I was in Israel and Israeli life and Jewish learning was all around me. But I lost my voice......

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Days like today…

When crisis strikes in Colorado, Israel or really anywhere in the world, my days look like this: Wake up. Learn there is a crisis. Obsessively check Facebook, Twitter, news outlets, any information I can find online (in the case of the November 2012 Israeli engagement it was an awesome blogger giving blow by blow)....

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Ever Been Threatened On Your Blog?

Add me to that list. Last year I wrote about a dubious email I received from a Matthew T. Keener of CMO Summits.  You can read the blog post in full here – Marketing Directors Targeted in Scam|Spam. I wrote about how when I tried to learn more about this potential professional development opportunity I hit one road block after another which made me curious about this organization. In the end, I wrote that others had branded this a scam, the IP addresses and emails were marked as spam and though they......

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Workplace Engagement

A few months ago, I came across an incredible article written by Chuck Blakeman. It was entitled Why Employees are Always a Bad Idea. Then recently, it popped up again on my Twitter feed. It still felt so relevant and was, again, a fresh perspective that I needed. I have always been a huge proponent of a positive and encouraging workplace environment. People laugh at Google and other “young” companies that provide food or bean bags or an on-site gym but it makes employees feel wanted and that their company cares for......

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No Pants Dance…
Finances |
May 22, 2012

No Pants Dance…

I recently read the most awesomest article on my new favorite financial planning website. It is called LearnVest and offers tools for women. So I read this article about how this woman started a No Pants Challenge. Here is the article, I highly recommend it… Why I Gave Up Clothes Shopping for Six Months. Her journey really inspired me and this has been something on my mind as of late. My fabulous and incredible boyfriend is phenomenal about money. He doesn’t carry debt and doesn’t want to… then I realized, if we......

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The 3six5 Denver Project
Random |
January 03, 2012

The 3six5 Denver Project

I was kindly asked to be a part of the 3six5 Denver project. It will be a diary of the year 2012, 365 days, 365 bloggers in 365 words. Very cool if you ask me. Here is part of my post for January 2nd. I was excited to post about the beginning of the year. It’s January 2. It’s a new day. A new year. So what are you waiting for?! Okay, well you can’t jump the hour and a half wait at Snooze. (Some things never change, right?) But I’ll take......

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