One of the great joys of following our passions is that we can pretty much work from wherever we like. Imagine foregoing office attire and high heals for sweater pants and slippers while you're managing your daily duties. But our most recent guest, Elise Drama, takes location independence to a whole new level.
Darma has turned the wanderlust she discovered years ago into a career that allows her to work anywhere in the world. Elise is the founder of the international market
Courtesy of Nancy Goodman With a background in journalism and advertising, Nancy Goodman loved to write but had never considered authoring a book until an idea hit her. After seeking professional help for a bingeing problem and taking a look at how diets were being viewed in the media, she found the inspiration to pen It Was Food vs. Me… And I Won.
In a recent interview, Goodman recounted the impetus for writing that debut novel in 2003. “At the time, I was angered by Oprah
Courtesy of Alexandria Rose Rizik When Alexandria Rose Rizik was a young girl in Scottsdale, Arizona, her aunt bought her a journal and told her to come up with a story. And with that, a writer was born. Her latest creation, Chocolate Milk, actually started as a school assignment when she was just 17 years old.
As she recounted in a recent interview, “We had to write a fable that had a moral to the ending. I was simultaneously running an anti-bullying campaign and it seemed
A few years ago Stacey Newman Weldon found herself at a crossroads. Downsized after just four months at a new job, was it time to hit the pavement with resumes in hand or set off on a new journey? Fortunately for Stacey, she had already been working towards an attitude shift after going through a divorce and staring down the barrel of an empty nest. Looking for ways to bring back happiness in her life, she set off on tiny adventures like walking home from work on a different