If I Were President . . .

September 15, 2011

A few weeks ago, the New York Times published an article in which they acknowledged that most of us are fed up with hearing from politicians, and asked some creative thinkers what they would do if they were President. Although I have strong political opinions, I try to avoid expressing them on this blog. However, […]

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Honor Your Creative Gifts

July 21, 2011

I love writing and sharing with others all the resources I discover and create myself, but I have tremendous fear when it comes to marketing what I write. I desperately want a genie to take over that aspect of my life. I am pressing on, nonetheless, and learning to live outside my comfort zone each […]

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Told You So

July 19, 2011

The theme of “Fun fuels the brain” is one I return to often, because it’s the foundation of my brain aerobics work. Every time I find an article confirming that premise, I feel compelled to share it, and this time it’s the prestigious Scientific American that says it’s so. In June, Elizabeth King Humphrey, wrote […]

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Quirky Monday Idea: Hammock House

July 18, 2011

Here’s another quirky idea featured in the writing of Claudia Cukrov which she titled “Hammock House, a vertical reimagining of the public sphere.” (http://www.psfk.com/2011/07/hammock-house-a-vertical-reimagining-of-the-public-sphere.html) The five-story 2-walled building created by Architect Heri and Salli is located in Vienna. Ms. Cukrov wrote, “The Flederhaus is a free, open-air house which acts as a local spot for […]

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