My “Can Do” Attitude Got Sea Sick

I’m generally a “can do” kind of person. I spent my youth as a competitive athlete and my professional career in real estate has given me lots of opportunity to flex that “can do” muscle. But my “can do” attitude recently got the better of me. I was on vacation in Hawaii and the group […]

The 10-Minutes At a Time New Year’s Resolution

New Year's Resolutions

“You can’t always solve the big problems or worry about what life will throw at you a week or a month from now. But you can determine what you do in the next 10 minutes, and the 10 after that. Whether your goal is to lose weight, have a happier work life, save cash or […]

2012 Memories List

It’s that time of year again. Time to reflect, refuel and get ready for 2013. Last year, I published the first annual edition of my memories list, here’s is number two. 2012 was kinda a scary year for me. I moved across the country from New Jersey to California (I know… I traded up!), started […]

A New Perspective on Aging

Life in Three Acts: Act One: birth to 30 years Act Two: 31- 60 years young Act Three 61- plus These are the three acts of life Jane Fonda discusses during this talk she gave at TED. Jane Fonda is a smart, strong, beautiful and resilient woman. I was a fan before I watched this […]

Life is a Series of Transitions

“There’s danger in defining your identity. I accept that life is a series of transitions.”  This quote is from Amy Adams and appeared in a recent edition of InStyle magazine. I know an actress isn’t the most likely candidate for a deep and meaningful thought, but these two sentences are pretty powerful. Are you ready […]

Flying Around in Comfortable Shoes

It’s January 4th and I’ve been on three flights so far this year. Frequent flyer miles have been a part of my life for over a decade now. Travel has been a big part of my professional life and I love to travel on personal time as well. Flying is not easy on the body […]