Tag Archive for 'entrepreneurialism'

My blog title is kind of a spoiler, no? It’s just that I have worked so very long and hard to get the audio version of my novel, The Myth of Jake, out to you, that I couldn’t wait a single second longer to share the news. (By the way, this post is filled with […]

I’ve been meaning to get this post out for weeks now and I’ve started it more than once. But I either end up telling you too much or too little, so I am just going to do a quick drive-by and hit the high points. Writing I’ve been working very hard to get my book The […]

One of the most fun things about living next to a college campus is being able to relive the milestones of my own college experience every year. There’s move-in in the fall, commencement in the spring, Greek recruitment in January and the inevitable crush of prospective student tours the entire second semester. And, starting in […]

There’s this cartoon making the rounds on Facebook. It’s got a man and a woman, and they’re walking down the street. She says, “My desire to be well-informed is currently at odds with my desire to remain sane.” It’s from The New Yorker and it was created by cartoonist David Sipress. And, it might be the […]

Open for Business

I am thrilled to share the news that I have dotted all my i’s and crossed all my t’s and I am ready to accept clients for Restorative Exercise consultations. To learn more about Restorative Exercise and what I offer or to book a session, visit my Appointments page, which is also located on a tab […]

This week I’ve been sharing my big takeaways from my week studying Restorative Exercise™ in Sequim, Washington. You can see the first and the second posts here and here. This is all a reductionist exercise, of course, as nothing could fully capture everything that I learned or the ways I grew that week. Plus, as […]

(This is Kristine. I am sitting with M, E, O and W – the campers of Camp MEOW. We have worked hard all day on our recipe for our lemonade stand. We’d like to share it with you now. But, first, I am turning over the reins of the blog to the kids! So everything […]

The kids spent their second day at Camp MEOW at the L family’s house, which is clearly a creative mecca. I walked in after teaching and a subsequent appointment to find their dining room table covered in drawings, logos, sales materials, coins and worksheets. The kids have made the decision to have a “pop up” […]

This week, a friend and I are running our own little “budding entrepreneurs” summer camp for our kids. We each have a rising 1st grader, a rising 2nd grader, and a “baby sister.” Our friends, the Ls, run a business from their home. We will leverage their business experience plus my blogging, writing and recipe creation to […]

Today I am excited to share the story of Frances Shaw, better known to many in the Atlanta gluten free community as the woman behind Frannie’s Gluten Free muffins. You guys know I have a soft spot in my heart for women entrepreneurs.  I’ve highlighted Daphne and Liz in the past.  Frances is special to […]