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Press2020-07-22T23:02:41+00:00
My story’s flying out into the world

It’s a joy to be spreading my wings. And my message.

Here are some of the media outlets where I’ve had the opportunity to share my story. It makes my heart soar when my story helps change someone else’s. Maybe that someone is you. (Happy reading and listening.)

Here’s my age-defying essay on MariaShriver.com. Writing “It’s Time To Break Out Of The Age Cage” was my birthday gift to myself. Having it chosen as a featured story on Maria’s Sunday Paper was the icing on the cake. Read here.

Now hear this: I was interviewed on NPR. On “Force of Nature” a 10-minute segment of this popular NPR radio show, Dr. Sharon Ufberg interviews women who personally inspire her. I’m so happy to be one of them. And grateful to be featured on the same show as Toni Morrison. (Hint: if you want to skip to my interview, fast forward to 9:38.) Hear here.

Read about my uplifting journey on Voyage LA. I’m honored to be honored by Voyage LA. With substance and style, their Hidden Gems Series tells the stories of inspiring creatives and local entrepreneurs in a very personal way. Read here.

Wake up and smell the inspiration. Dr. Mark Goulston is a renowned psychiatrist fascinated with stories of transformation. He has interviewed over a 100 guests (from Chip Conley to Larry King) on his popular, inspirational podcast I was honored to be one of them. His probing, creative questions dug deep. And he even threw in a little therapy. Take a listen.

Oh My Goddess. I had THE BEST time talking with the three vibrant and inspiring hosts of Boom Goddess Radio. Instead of an interview, it felt like coffee with friends. We had so much to say about reinvention, overcoming adversity and “breaking out of the age cage,” that we talked ourselves into a “Part Two.” Need a lift? Listen up to Part 1 here, and then Part 2 here.

Be one with this interview on OmTimes Radio. Victor Fuhrman’s questions were so compelling that this hour long interview flew by. I don’t mean to sound sexist, but I really didn’t expect a man to “get” my book the way that he did. (When you listen,  you’ll know why they call him Victor “The Voice” Fuhrman.) Listen here.

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