Adapted and updated: In 2011, my husband and I made an incredible drive up the coast of California between Los Angeles and San Francisco, with a side trip to Point Reyes National Seashore north of San Francisco and Muir Woods. We enjoyed breathtaking vistas of rugged coastline and walked a trail gazing up at immense […]
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Thanks to a recommendation from my highschool friend Becky Rusell, I recently finished reading Kate Bowler’s remarkable and moving book Everything Happens For A Reason: and other lies I’ve loved. (Amazon link) When Kate Bowler was diagnosed with Stage IV colon cancer, she was 35, happily married, and had a newborn son named Zach. She was […]
In the midst of your family celebrations, your Memorial Day sales, and your day off from work, don’t forget them…the men and women whose ultimate sacrifice secured the freedom to enjoy all the rest of this country’s blessings. And if someone gives you a Buddy Poppy, here’s the reason: Here’s an excerpt from my Compass […]
Discover the impact and joy of personal, handwritten notes and letters
Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa are among the great reasons to connect with your customers and prospects during the holiday season. I reached into the Heartspoken archives to share again this very helpful post from today’s guest: corporate etiquette expert, speaker, and trainer Lydia Ramsey. We’ve become friends and realized that her interest—etiquette and manners—actually […]
My uncle, Dr. Edmund Rhett Taylor, was born in March, 1916, and is married to my father’s sister Mary. He recently celebrated his 100th birthday in Columbia, South Carolina, surrounded by hundreds of family members and friends, honoring him for a life of service as a surgeon, patron of the arts, and environmental activist. I […]
Most of my business-oriented advice is shared at RiverwoodWriter’s Connection Blog, so if you have a small business and want some help navigating the ever-changing landscape of effective marketing and business etiquette, head on over and subscribe so you don’t miss anything. Earlier this week, I was honored to welcome guest blogger Peter Post, grandson […]