My husband helps old ladies cross the street. He blocks streams of symphony-goers with a strong stocky body, so old ladies can unfold out of chairs and gather their wits and walkers.
There was a time when leaving the corporate world to live differently was not at all straightforward for me. Some people would say—and they surely have a point—what, are you nuts? But I was someone who had always worked–starting as a kid giving guitar lessons–until we moved from Silicon Valley to Portland. With a Continue Reading »
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