Monthly Archives: March 2014

Rebirth

Eggs and chicks, bulbs and tulips, cocoons and butterflies… as I decorate my house for the Spring season with bunnies, Easter eggs, ducklings, and daffodils, I’m reminded that all these things represent the rebirth that Spring brings. Rebirth inherently requires … Continue reading

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It Must Be Me. . .

This week, we are recycling one of our most popular MMS’s from a few years ago.  Our new subscribers will enjoy Katherine’s story and the lessons she took from the experience.  And to all of our MMS readers who have … Continue reading

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Curiosity

We live just outside Southern California’s largest wine country, the Temecula Valley.  But even as I write this, there is a recently ratified master-plan to increase our 40 wineries to 105 and 1,500 vineyard acres to almost 20,000 over the … Continue reading

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The Next 25 Feet

Last week, I read a terrific blog where the author, Amy Baird, described a recent ski trip she’d taken in The Next 25 Feet.   She only skied a few days a year and said she found herself spending the entire … Continue reading

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Music Monday: Business is Back and Business is Changing

It’s a wrap!  The Winter Olympic Games have come to an end yet again.  They come around just often enough to keep me, and most of the world, fascinated by the struggles, mastery, disappointments, and triumphs that these games represent.   … Continue reading

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