JUST FOR TODAY, I will write the story of my life in advance.
I will dream big again and play a game with the high potential that my life
is meant to be.
And I will write my story with … Read More
As I sit here with tears of disbelief after watching a documentary on domestic violence (“Crime After Crime” or “Telling Amy’s Story” are two powerful documentaries to watch on this subject), I am stirred and moved … Read More
Winter is the season for dry, itchy, flaky skin, reports water and health researcher Sharon Kleyne. According to Kleyne, winter itch occurs because the skin â and the eyes â tend to lose water content more readily in winter than … Read More
Heâs been called âthe unsung hero of Albany.â As part of our series on leadership & governance, New York Stateâs popular Comptroller, Thomas P. DiNapoli talks about using the power of the stateâs $173 bn pension fund to improve corporate … Read More
Tune in toÂ Holy Hormones Honey!Â with Leslie Botha for her New Episode âAnatomy of an Epidemic: The Hidden Danger of ‘Wonder Drugs.’ Are ‘Wonder Drugs’ Doing More Harm Than Good?â on the Voiceamerica Health and Wellness … Read More
The Crime Scene Investigator (CSI) shows on television have become very popular as they uncover the mystery around a homicide. The scientists look for clues and follow the evidence in uncovering the mystery surrounding how and who caused the untimely … Read More
Last night my choir, the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, performed a benefit concert for the Ruby Bridges School in Alameda, California. Weâve done that for the past few years and itâs always great. I love our service concerts; prisons, schools, … Read More
Yoga and meditation while dealing Â with PTSD, TBI and MST.
Pamela Stokes Eggleston: MBA, Senior Consultant. Since 2004, Pamelaâs goal has been to raise awareness of the challenges military families and veterans face upon returning from the wars in … Read More