“Tatterdemalion” is my word for WordWednesday. Noun- A person in tattered clothing or a shabby looking person Adjective – Ripped unkempt, ragged, dilapidated. Usage: Tattered jeans have become stylish.” Pronunciation – tat-er-di-meyl-yuh n Do you feel like you are a “Tatterdemalion” or  a Fashionista when you wear ripped jeans?     My family business memoir, No Bunk, Just…

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People often talk about getting to know a person by knowing their family or people will tell you that you are not just marrying your partner you are marrying the family. The same can be said about becoming successful. You will achieve success in your home, workplace, and/or community,  if you discover a little known…

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“Peripatetic” is my word for WordWednesday. Adjective – Traveling from place to place or working  in different places for short periods, nomadic, itinerant, traveling, wandering, migratory, vagabond, or unsettled. Noun –  Traveler from who wanders from place to place or an Aristotelian philosopher. Usage: “Entertainers often live a peripatetic life style.” Pronunciation – perēpəˈtedik Have…

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On Valentine’s Day or any other day do you have concerns that the spark that ignited your positive attraction could fizzled into a negative reaction? The stress  can agitates and aggravates men’s and women’s personal security and relationships an turn your “soul mate” into a “cell mate.”However, understanding their Brain Color attitude and how it influences…

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My father’s essay “Ivre Anoche”—”I am a Hebrew” came to mind, yesterday, as the world marked the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau by the Soviet Army in 1945 and International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The essay was written in 1938 before the horrors of the Holocaust and Hitler’s systematic “Final Solution” (1933-1945) were widely…

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This morning, after yoga class two of my fellow yogis and I were chatting about the holidays. I told them that I always bake my sweet grandmother’s butter cookies with her secret ingredient for Chanukah.  I asked if they would like the recipe; they said yes; and I told them I would send them the…

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Did you know that between November 1st and January 15th approximately 29 holidays are observed by 7 of the world’s major religions? All those holidays can deplete your energy and create stressful holiday preparations and celebrations. Not delegating responsibilities and not asking for help are two behaviors that increase your stress and decrease your energy, especially…

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“Hiatus” is my word for #WordWednesday. Noun: A pause or gap in a sequence, series, or process. Usage: My Green Focused Brain is going on “Hiatus” from my weekly blog and Word Wednesday posts to work on two projects that require more of my time and attention. Pronunciation: shorturl.at/kEILP  –  hīˈādəs Have you ever taken…

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“Shana Tova” are my words for #WordWednesday Definition: A Good Year Usage:  “Shana Tova” is the Hebrew greeting for a Good New Year,! Pronunciation: shorturl.at/alAEQ  – שָׁנָה טוֹבָה To all my Jewish family members and friends, as we celebrate 5,780 I am wishing you and yours a “Shana Tova”  filed with an abundance of splendid…

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