iPhone App Update: The History of iMuseCubes

It’s a sunny Sunday afternoon, and I’m crunching pumpkin seeds alongside my hero. His name is Wendell Martin, and he is the iPhone app developer for iMuseCubes. The iMuseCubes development team has decided that it’s time to be more “out”...

How to Be a Sensuality Slut

First, a disclaimer: As a blogger who also works with teenagers, I feel shy about the title to this post. I often wonder whether it’s appropriate for me to use such sexually charged language when writing publicly. However, as you’ll soon see, being a...

Speaking Gigs, iPhone apps, and More

Over the last six months my business has expanded in ways I never quite imagined. How fun to making a living in ways that bring me joy AND pay the bills AND serve others. Here’s a rundown of announcements I never would have anticipated a year ago: Speaking Gigs...

5 Key Ingredients to Building Community

Tonight we had another delicious Tuesday night InterPlay class. On my drive home, I couldn’t help reflecting about how grateful I am for this community. And I wondered — what has caused the Tuesday night community to grow and thrive over the last 2 1/2...

Is Learning More Social or Solo?

At the end of February I have a speaking engagement, during which I will explore the question “Social or Solo? Why Learning in Community Beats Learning alone”. I’ll be speaking for a graduate school audience at my alma mater, and I’m excited...

Hug Thyself (Musings About Inner Authority)

I recently went on a first date with a man who’d been cleaning out his bookshelves. He gave me Kitchen Table Wisdom by Rachel Naomi Remen. Tonight, I stumbled across this sage advice: Everyone’s wholeness is unique and even such common role models as...

What Does Ensemble Performance Feel Like?

Recently a friend sent me a survey asking me what ensemble performance feels like. She’s getting her Ph.D. and she needed some help. Ever the dutiful friend, I complied. I’ll share the text of those emails in a second. But first —  I want to share...