Artist Rick Midler hand painted a pair of pants for me, after interviewing me about what I love and what I’m passionate about. The design reflects my values.
A few years ago, I wrote a blog post wishing we had a regular local hangout but lamenting that it didn’t seem meant to be. I thought we didn’t go out often enough to cultivate regular status, and that on… Read More ›
My artist husband, John Tebeau, shows up as a guest star on my blog fairly often. But today, he’s the focus — specifically, an art show he has opening Thursday on a subject that’s near and dear to my heart…. Read More ›
I didn’t know much about David Foster Wallace when he died. I’d read a few of his essays and his widely circulated commencement address at Kenyon College, but that was the extent of it. The intensity of the reaction from… Read More ›
My husband, John Tebeau, is an artist. He’s been an artist since elementary school. Most of our close friends and family are aware of this, in part because we’ve probably invited them to at least one of his art shows… Read More ›
It all started with the idea that we might have to skip Jazz Fest this year. While I’m getting my business off the ground, our cash flow is reduced, so we’re looking at all the expenses we can possibly trim… Read More ›
I’ve been working on my 2011 goals for the last several weeks, a process that looks a little like doing a five-year plan for a business and a little like casting a magic spell a la The Secret. What can… Read More ›
Many people have done a vision board — you clip pictures that illustrate how you want your life to be and paste them onto poster board to hang someplace you’ll see regularly. I recently made one that way for my… Read More ›