My Travel Essentials

Last year, I took an amazing trip to France.  OK, I try to take an amazing trip to France every year, but last year I was delighted when my good friend and travel guru, Becky Lukovic wanted to join me.  While I go to Burgundy nearly every November for the Trois Glorieuses celebrations (Chapitre at... Continue Reading →

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Bringing Your Whole Self

Recently, on my way to a lunch meeting, I caught a FarmHer minute on RFDTV. RFDTV for those not in the Ag world is the rural television news station with everything from weather reports to rodeo standings.  I listen to it on Sirius/XM to keep up with the daily market reports.  (Yes, I am a... Continue Reading →

Updated: My Latest Favorite Leadership Reads

As a long-time business book editor, I am the first to notice that there is truly not much new in the world of leadership. I’m also usually the first to call BS on concepts that are, well, not my cup of leadership tea.  Looking for some great resources for NFP that pass my personal muster,... Continue Reading →

Paying for the Magic

Recently, a friend was complaining about an upcoming business trip.  Between meetings, and presentations, manning a trade show booth, and group dinners, she was already exhausted.  It didn't sound like her company gave staff much room for variation on a set schedule. I suggested my favorite recipe for self-care on a business trip especially when... Continue Reading →

Four Days in Mexico City: A CDMX Itinerary

We spent four days in Mexico City last January and many of you have asked for our itinerary.   Five of us met there for several days of food, culture, and history (and a fair number of cocktails and bottles of Champagne.)  We left more undone than done, but it gave us lots of reasons to... Continue Reading →

Planning a Trip to Mexico City: Europe without the Jet Lag

I was first in Mexico City when I was 12 years old.  My parents were part of a group of private pilots who flew together touring Mexico over the Christmas and New Year holidays. A friend of theirs, a former airline pilot from Guadalajara, arranged the trip and served as private guide and local fixer. ... Continue Reading →

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