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Cancer and the Single Woman

Working in your alma mater’s communications office has challenges. Do I separate my alumni exuberance for more polite professional enthusiasm? How much do I insert myself as an alum versus a staff member? Do I throw a funeral for my

Posted in Relationships, Social Media, Survivorship, Writing

Or: How I learned to stop worrying and love the Tweet

And it wasn’t even that hard! Confession time. Twitter used to intimidate me. ¬†140 characters is quite brief for my sheer verbosity and what if I did something wrong? I mean, don’t these things take planning? And why do all

Posted in Social Media

Get out the hammer and nails, it’s redesign time

Two years in remission is approaching and I find myself having time to think Рnot about cancer Рbut about everything else. When I was a kid, I wanted a job where I could think. Today, I get to watch

Posted in Personal Stuff, Social Media

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