Monthly Archives: November 2022

Visual Metaphor • Work/Life Balance

This is another in a series of visual metaphors that I provide to an executive coach that works with key personnel in organizations helping them sharpen their managerial skills and develop their leadership potential. In this one as with the … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Photo taken from a Family Circle magazine circa 1959. I hope you have a picture perfect Thanksgiving, although I don’t know who would serve a half of a roasted onion to their guests!

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Thanksgiving Prep

Corn casserole made, pie out of the oven, turkey brined, stuffing is next!

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Mesmerized by a Cheap Sketchbook

My love affair with a three-dollar sketchbook meant for the juvenile market continues as I find myself doodling in it regularly. I keep it within reach in case inspiration strikes and I have to jot down a note or scribble … Continue reading

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Orange Cranberry Muffins

These muffins are perfect for breakfast on Thanksgiving – light, citrusy, and studded with chopped cranberries. Grab a cup of coffee and start prepping your veggies!

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