In this week’s vlog I talk about something I never dreamed that I’d be interested in discussing in public and that’s money. I guess the key word in this sentence is “interested”. For me, the subject of money has always brought up feelings... read more
It’s finally here. After about two years of aiming my iPhone’s camera at my scalp and 11 months of writing about it, my book “Gray Hair Adventure:Things I Learned About Life When I Stopped Dyeing My Hair” has been birthed. This is my third go... read more
It’s so hard for me to believe that two years have passed since I started on this gray hair adventure. I can really remember this time last year so clearly because I was about to tell my hairdresser that I was about to stop coloring my hair. In fact, I’m... read more
I regularly get asked,”Is it too late for me to….(fill in the blank here)? On every subject from starting a new business to learning yoga, there seems to be something buried deep within us that either doubts or rejects the concept of starting over because... read more
A little over a month ago I decided to commit to something that for me is completely insane. I took on the challenge of taking cold showers for 30 days. I’ve heard of this challenge around the interwebs and while there are so many reported physical benefits I... read more
Living on purpose is an essential part of my life. Scratch that, it is my life. It doesn’t matter what I’m doing or where I am or who I’m with, nearly every moment of every day I’m reminding myself that I’m alive, that I have something to... read more
When I first decided to do this gray thang, I ordered Diana Jewell's book "Going Gray, Looking Great". The whole idea of her book blew my mind and in my own book I credit Diana - who also is the founder of Cafe Gray - for being the woman who began the movement to make gray hair a beauty choice, not a sign of giving up.
You can imagine my delight to get a thumbs up from Diana for #GrayHairAdventure and I'm so thankful for not only the share but for paving the way and creating a band of Silver Sisters who are so supportive and definitely can take credit for talking me off the ledge during the early days.
Good friend Susan Paget just wrote a book that I find endlessly amazing. It's called "Gray Hair Adventure," and in it she writes about lots of things from who doesn't want you to ditch the dye, affirm...