Co-founder of The Business of Boudoir, she brings 25 years in communications, journalism, websites and strategy to the blog.
Q & A
A view of the Front Range mountains on a clear day, especially after a snow. I have been known to pull over my car, roll down the window, and take it all in.
Unlimited paper, a pen that will never run dry, a book of lyrics from every song I know so I can keep myself entertained, and my family.
Freedom of speech in all forms. The First Amendment of the United States Constitution is, in my heart, the most important clause ever written. I wish that people lived their lives governed by it instead of any religious document. In case you’ve forgotten: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”
- How do you make choices in your life?I’m a researcher and a seeker. If it’s a simple choice, I can usually quickly weigh the pros and cons. Bigger decisions require lots of research (sometimes to the point of paralysis). I consult with friends and trusted people. If I’m still stuck, I do a tarot reading for myself or go visit an intuitive. And then in the end, I usually close my eyes, let all the knowledge and insight settle in and go with my gut.
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