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Travel Tips from a Bon Vivant

I never really thought of myself as a “bon vivant” until a friend told me that he admired my  “bon vivant” lifestyle. Then another friend commented, “You have such joie de vivre”. My French boils down to what little I… Continue reading → Read more at: Journeys of a Hybrid

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Train tracks, Mississippi

10 Tips to Nowhere

I realized recently that I had succumbed to the prevailing trend in editorial writing – the “top ten” syndrome – the top ten places to see in a lifetime, 10 tips on how to be more productive, 10 tips for taking better photos, the 10 best towns to live in – you get the picture. […]

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Breaking Barriers – Like a Woman

I’ve been a photographer for the better part of my life. It’s who I am. I’ve been a filmmaker for a big part of it and love exploring this storytelling medium. I’ve also been a woman living in a man’s world. Photography and filmmaking are professions that are dominated by men. The still photography business […]

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House on its own island, Thousand Islands, New York

Having a Sounding Board

Sounding board: a person or group on whom one tries out an idea or opinion as a means of evaluating it   As a solo or semi-solo entrepreneur (my business partner is my husband), I have found that one of the most important things to have is a sounding board for my ideas. My husband and I are fortunate […]

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Mural, Havana, Cuba

Cuba – The Forbidden Fruit

Originally posted on Journeys of a Hybrid:How can I possibly sum up a 5 day trip to Cuba, a country that up until recently was the “forbidden fruit” for US citizens. That in and of itself is what made me want to go there. My childhood impressions of Cuba came from seeing Ricky Ricardo… Read […]

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