And a child shall lead us... to step away from the dull, to be silly and outrageous, to live the poetry of our lives by Yvonne DiVita I've been recommending folks step away from their business books and their seminars, from their social media and their conferences; step away and... Read more →


By Amanda Ponzar @LivingUnited It's 2014. Time for a new year. Time to stop making excuses and time to just do it. You don't have to quit your day job to live your dream (though it could lead to that). Here's proof. Peter Dudley is a CSR leader by day,... Read more →


Bella (L) and DiDi (R) After deciding that my one-way relationship with camera gear and motel carts had to go, I was faced with an even bigger challenge. What To Do? What was I going to do for a living once I made the official leap out of TV Production?... Read more →


by Yvonne DiVita Trilogies seem to be all the rage. Except for Stephen King's latest, Under the Dome, which should have been a trilogy. Honestly, reading all 1000+ pages at once was a chore! A good chore, as he's one of my favorite authors, but a chore, nonetheless. Made so... Read more →


by TD Austin, introduction by Yvonne DiVita You'll not be surprised to learn that books play an important part in my life. I've written posts about publishing and reading and books quite a bit lately. I did a short review of a fantastic sci-fi series just last weekend, and now... Read more →


by Yvonne DiVita Who remembers the good old days of blogging? When blogs and bloggers were scary to big and small businesses, everywhere? Blog? Not them! They didn't want anything to do with those loud-mouthed, obnoxious, gossip-mongers who were cluttering up the web with their 'chatter'. I remember them well.... Read more →