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The Latest Update on Chase (Jamie's son)

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[caption id="attachment_3449" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Keeping a sense of humour despite the stress (Jamie & Chase)![/caption] Thank you to all of you for your amazing words of support and get well wishes for Chase, Jamie's son. The response on twitter and Facebook has been incredible ever since we posted Jamie's story last week. I just wanted to update all of you on how Chase is doing at the moment. Chase was re-admitted to hospital this past weekend for further tests to monitor the pressure on his brain. A big decision lies ahead for Jamie and her husband regarding whether further surgery...

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My Big Stinker Skunk Day

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Hope you don't mind if I share a testimonial with you that was written by a friend/customer, Christy Cook (President of TeachMy.com). I just thought what she had to say was delightful: It’s not every day I dress up as a Big Stinker Skunk ... And, no, it wasn’t Halloween! On my son’s school ski day, I decided to shake things up a bit by wearing a Tail Wags Skunk helmet cover and the reactions I got from the students, other parent volunteers, teachers and total strangers were hilarious. Of course, there were the usual “pee-ewe” comments but there were...

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The Collective Power of Women Business Owners

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[caption id="attachment_2015" align="aligncenter" width="640" caption="Photo by Jennifer Gilbert: www.naturallybeautifulphotography.com"][/caption] What do you get when you put 15 women entrepreneurs plus 2 business coaches in a room together for one weekend? inspiration encouragement support sharing brain-storming progress focus building planning improving networking connecting confidence building new friendships personal growth increased energy and enthusiasm additional resources I had the pleasure of participating in a Mom Biz Retreat at the Millcroft Inn this weekend. The event was organized and guided by Lara Galloway (twitter @mombizcoach) and Shelagh Cummins (twitter@biztrainher) and it was well worth the time and the financial commitment. The mix of...

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Thank Goodness for Friends!

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[caption id="attachment_764" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="My dear friends - we've known each other for 30 years!"][/caption] I read somewhere about a speaker at Stanford, the Head of Psychiatry was lecturing about the relationship between stress and disease. He said that among other things, one of the best things a man could do for his health is to be married to a woman whereas for a woman, one of the best things she could do for her health was to nurture her relationships with her girlfriends. At first everyone laughed, but he was serious. Women connect with each other differently and provide...

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