The legalization of marijuana for recreational use in California has created a bonanza of business opportunities and questions too. Many of us grew up hearing “just say no”, “don’t do … Continue Reading Wanna Get into the Marijuana Biz?
Only eight percent of us achieve our New Year’s resolutions. At What Women Want Talk Radio, we had the privilege of discussing how to keep our New Year’s resolutions with … Continue Reading New Year, New Thoughts
“Getting yourself out there”—it’s advice we hear all the time, but all too often it’s nebulous. What’s out “out there” and how do we do it in a way that’s … Continue Reading Getting Yourself Out There
Women’s narratological problems start off long before a screenplay gets optioned by the studios and directors are hired. It starts in high school, with the ways we are taught narrative structure.
There are so many distractions. Sometimes, in our hectic lives, we have competing priorities, which can make focusing even harder.
I received a barrage of lewd pics from guys on Snapchat this weekend, and nothing I particularly wanted to see. Seriously, don’t send lewd pics that are not asked for. … Continue Reading Dear Males of Snapchat
I’ve always grown up knowing that my great-grandmother was a trail-blazing woman with an indomitable entrepreneurial spirit. On May 20th, the Texas Historical Commission recognized my great-grandmother’s achievements with a historical marker.
Have a problem? You may have business opportunity. What’s so interesting about Stacia Pache & Rochelle Graham is they both had personal issues and instead of endlessly searching for an … Continue Reading Making It Personal: Turning Our Problems into Profit
In the race to be more productive, we can lose our self-care and inner knowing. Often, we also have a hard time juggling priorities, especially if we are pursing multiple … Continue Reading Multiple Career Mania: How Many Tabs YOU Got Open?
Mogul invited its members to write letters to the president about women’s issues they wanted to see addressed in the #ReadMyLips campaign. Not all of these are policy-wonk fodder. Some … Continue Reading #ReadMyLips
This week’s What Women Want Talk Radio with Judy Goss had one stand-out theme to me: transforming our pain into action. We all deal with pain–emotional, physical. People often … Continue Reading Transforming Our Pain Into Action
It’s time to think green. St. Patrick Day is this week, but Judy Goss and I were tackling the pesky, sometimes frustrating topic of money this week on What Women … Continue Reading Money on Our Minds
In honor of #InternationalWomensDay, Judy Goss and I had the privilege of interviewing Ann Shoket, former editor-in-chief of Seventeen Magazine, and Kelly McNelis, founder of Women for One. Read more on … Continue Reading We Are Women United: Bad Ass Babes & Truthtellers
I was recently invited by Mogul to give their readership an insight on what life is like being an indie filmmaker in Los Angeles. It was such an honor to … Continue Reading A #DayintheLife of an Indie Film Producer & Actress
There are thousands of film festivals and thousands of short films. I have judged film competitions in the past and recently had “jury duty” for a film festival. Much of … Continue Reading Confessions of a Film Festival Juror
48 Million Americans are going hungry today. 16 million are children. Five million are senior citizens. This is not a failure of agriculture, but of policy. Coupled with a lack … Continue Reading 48 Million Americans Go Hungry. September is the Time to Do Something About It