Monthly Archives: October 2012

You are going back to school

Enjoying this online magazine for teen girls, Rookie (brings me back to my Sassy days). Particularly moving are the get well wishes for Malala. I love a good design book, and Nate Berkus’ Things That Matter tells the stories behind the … Continue reading

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The Psychology of Making Someone Feel Horrible

We sold an electronic item on Craigslist recently – brand new, but made a loud noise. The person came to purchase it, saw that it worked, heard the loud noise and the whole history of the item, didn’t negotiate at … Continue reading

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Weekly Round Up!

[Round Up will be my weekly offering of ideas and images and people I found interesting over the past 7 or so days. Related to philanthropy or women’s issues, possibly poetry or wormholes, my hope is that these tidbits might give you … Continue reading

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Enough is Enough

What does it mean to have enough? Specifically, what does ‘enough’ look like in my life? For years I’ve played with the ideas of scarcity and abundance, both out in the greater world and in my one singular, simple existence. … Continue reading

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Women Philanthropists

I was sent an interesting article recently on the ways women are changing the face of philanthropy. There were some key statistics that jumped out at me: • Women will inherit 70% of the $41 trillion in inter-generational wealth transfer … Continue reading

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