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I promised myself I’d only do this site if it was fun and immediate. I know, it's the impulsive artist’s credo and blanket disclaimer, but wait!!! I just gotta say this and then I’ll leave it alone. I was born severely dyslexic. No not the “I transpose numbers from time to time--oops”…I literally see everything backwards. Yes, I’ve written seven books, thousands of articles, scripts, ad copy even lyrics. But I always found great editors who knew how to spell and, more importantly, who I trusted to understand my ‘voice’ and keep the phrasing completely conversational—that’s code for borderline illiterate where writers are concerned. In fact, on my fourth book, I was crazy busy. Between th

LIFESTYLE branding...it's personal!

As cost of living escalates and the desire for accumulated wealth diminishes, a new kind of “thrift” consciousness is burgeoning but, in a whole new way. Unlike the coupon clipping, penny pinching, bulk shopping mentality of the past, the art of carful, personal curation is the next evolution in the personal branding process we’ve been doing through social media for the last decade. While there will always be a need for the the holy trinity of Ikea, Target, Pottery Barn, today, it's not enough for the new appetite of personal customization. We're a bit tired of everything looking the same. If you walk into a home and you immediately know where everything comes from well...yawn! Sure, for

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Remember when shopping at those big box stores that just because it may be cheaper, doesn't mean you really need it. Because while it may not cost much in terms of dollars, it will cost you in the square feet it takes up, and every inch counts. So ultimately you actually ARE paying rent on that thing you thought was so groovy. We seem happy to drag stuff home because it's new and we can't wait to see how it will look. But when it doesn't work out or we get board with it, we're not as happy to get rid of it even when we don't even like it. So in truth we get used to clutter...it becomes a kind of an enabeling comfort zone and then a habit. That's how we end up accommodating things we don'

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