Following the recent post about enriching the relationships with your aging parents, I decided this important topic needed to go deeper and so it was the topic of our April 26, 2013 radio show. (http://www.cjob.com/Shows/Episodes.aspx?PID=2553) We broke the show into three parts; the healthy senior, the senior who needs more … Continue reading You and Your Aging Parents – Part 2
A coaching session with a client, a conversation with a friend and frequent visits with my 87 year old Mom spurred today’s blog post. “She just miserable!” both my client and friend said exasperated at the thought of dealing with their aging parents. Constant complaining that their daughters weren’t doing … Continue reading You and Your Aging Parents – Part 1
Whether you have been on a date recently or if you are like me and haven’t been on one in 25 years, whether you have kids that are dating or may date one day – you will learn something from reading May I Kiss You by Mike Domitrz. After receiving a … Continue reading An Intimate Question
Silke – pronounced (silk-ah) is Canadian nurse of German descent. She is constantly being called Silkey and patiently corrects people as they quite innocently mispronounce her name due to our North American ways. In respect of her heritage, she is keeping the traditional spelling of her name. Gerdi, a Manitoban … Continue reading What’s in a name?
So many great ideas tips to share in this week’s Your Life, Unlimited radio show, it was chalk full of learning and inspiration! First up in the spirit of the month of LOVE was a few tips for yours truely to keep your love relationship in top shape. Three quick … Continue reading Your Love, Your Teen and You
This week’s radio show was the last one before Valentine’s Day so I left a few ideas on the table for you to consider for your honey or even for a colleague or friend. 1) On a deck of card, use a marker a write one reason per card. 52 … Continue reading Fostering Fabulous Teams
This month have one great idea to share about keeping your vacation memories alive and one about growing stronger into the fall. I am trying something new – the tips are in video. Be sure to let me know how/if you like it or if you would prefer to receive … Continue reading Making Vacation Memories Last – September E-News
What do you get when you pair up a sharp Israeli woman and cabbie with a very strong opinion? A very uncomfortable cab ride, that’s what. I was sharing a pleasant cab ride in San Fransisco with a lovely woman from Israel when the cabbie asked where we were when. … Continue reading The Israelite and the Cabbie