I’m just a girl who has figured out how to earn my living doing what I love: writing and speaking about it.
I have fun with my award winning blog, Witty Woman Writing, and have contributed to hundreds of magazine and newspaper articles, not to mention the many ghostwriting books I have been commissioned to write.
I am a published author, noteworthy blogger, distinguished speaker, blogging and writing coach and proud contributor to the Jewish Journal and Huffington Post. I’m a busy girl.
I’ve been compared to Erma Bombeck and called the female Andy Rooney. Outrageous compliments gracefully accepted (suitable curtsy).
Author of the book Single Past 50 Now What?, I am an outspoken advocate for tackling life head-on with humor and purpose.
Nothing but the best will do and that is precisely what I offer you within the pages of this site. Thought provoking subjects, topical conversations, answers to problems … and a few laughs along the way.
Happy to have you here. Let’s converse on the blog, do a little business, solve a few of life’s problems and get your life charged up!
Ready when you are!
I don’t have a lot of tolerance for snobs, bigots or idiots. Which means that Mike Jeffries, the CEO of Abercrombie & Fitch will not be on my Christmas list. The man is all that and more. Jeffries proudly proclaims … Continue reading
You know you want it. It is your ultimate satisfaction, your elusive dream come true. It will give you everything you’ve ever wanted. All you have to do is pursue it with passion and desire. It will want you to … Continue reading
You could always pick my kid out in the Halloween parade lineup as the only child with a store bought costume. I’m also the mom who brought in Safeway brand cupcakes when it was my turn to provide snacks. Mother … Continue reading
It depends on who you ask. To my ex-husband who hooked up with a little Russian chick half his age and yells to the hilltops that he is not too old; you can sit down now, we hear you. But, … Continue reading
It sure feels that way sometimes. I’ve often pondered the wisdom of the word “mankind”. Today, we are all Bostonians. Just as we were Newtowners when the school shooting occurred, just as we were New Yorkers when 9/11 hit. As I’ve grown … Continue reading