Professional Business Writing with Flair
This piece addresses how distractions are affecting us these days.
This is a review of a different type of book for me. It crossed boundaries, stretched beliefs, and made me think—all while entertaining.
This is a short piece about micro-memoir, an established genre that people might like to explore on their path to self-discovery.
Read this short article to discover who tends to get migraine headaches (1 billion people worldwide!), what migraines are, and perhaps, how to avoid getting them.
This piece was designed to help people who are struggling with their identity know that they are not alone. Whether people are adopted or born into a "regular" family, the fact is that many people (and movie characters) want to find out who they are.
This list of Buffett's books was drawn from three separate published lists where most of the books were common to two or three lists.
This piece was to help readers learn how to protect their data from hackers.
Pep talk for my readers. . . and me!
The boarding pass is a symbol. In this case, it is an invitation to change.
My intent is to deliver a word of caution about Artificial Intelligence, backed by Bill Gates, Steven Hawking, and Elon Musk.
I don't think we can write enough about the value of kindness in this world.
Be brave. Face the alligators. Note the missing quote by Peggy Noonan is, "Never let the idiots stop you."
The missing quote at the end of this blog post is, "Everything in moderation, including moderation." -- Oscar Wilde.
This piece also appeared in my book "Giving My Self to the Wind," and its purpose is to give us permission to feel happiness in "enough."
The missing quote in the article is "Don't take yourself so seriously." Be fearless. View each day as the possibility of something wonderful!
Decision-making is hard! The good news: There are no wrong decisions. There's just learning.
This piece was intended to show how we can learn something new at any age. Plus, Flamenco dancing is good exercise and fun! :-)
"My Dog" was a heart piece. I needed to honor our dog, Pepper, and maybe invite people to consider a dog if they need some unconditional love in their lives.
This piece is an homage to being oneself—at any age.
One of our fellow writing club members asked me to write something for her blog. The question had come up many times: "How do I know I'm a writer?" These were my answers.
I was a guest blogger for "Travel With Aging Parents." This article was published the year before she passed away at the age of 104!
I contributed as a 'Subject Matter Expert' through HARO (Help A Reporter Out) to create an article helping people save money.
I wrote for the Huffington Post while they were receiving content under Arianna Huffington's management. My focus was on adoption.
This blog post was about being open to receive new ways of living and thinking by leaving symbolic space in the suitcase of our lives.
This is an audio short story that I co-narrated and produced to promote my work as an author. This short story is also contained in my book "Giving My Self to the Wind."
The Business and Life Trends blog was started in 2013. The tag line "What else is there?" describes the breadth of topics handled in this blog space.
This article was assigned to help people, especially in sunny Southern California, know how dangerous flip-flops can be.
I was assigned to write this article about coffee. "Coffee could almost be considered a health food," says Dr. Laurence Santora, Orange County Heart Institute
This ended up being an eerily personal article, only because my "SME" turned out to be someone I had known 15 years before writing the article. She and I were both happy to learn that Oral Cancer is survivable if caught early.
Deep Vein Thrombosis is still a problem, but we don't hear about it much these days. I think it is still important.
This booklet reminds its readers to bring a professional writer to any important team project be it website, blog, training, or otherwise.
'Giving My Self to the Wind' is a collection of Ms. Atkins non-fiction and fiction work. It was published in 2018.