Author: Lynne Golodner

Should I Stop Caring?

When I created my business messaging and public relations business in 2007, I was a single mother with three young children, the economy was in a tailspin, and I believed scrappy hard work would allow me to prevail. It did. I used my writing and communication skills to empower businesses and nonprofits to tell their

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Finding Unity in Disunity

When I am so moved by the swell of the crowd, by a gathering of people who all look different and are so alike in their humanity, I have to share this. Last Sunday, my husband and I, my daughter and her friend, drove to Detroit Metropolitan Airport to protest the recent Executive Order banning and

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Blog Hiatus

For those of you who read my blog regularly, you probably have already realized I’ve been diminishing my blogging. By a lot. Why? There are so many reasons … I don’t feel I have as much to say here in blog format, for one, and I’m just too busy with my business ( and my

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Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

It’s not really that horrible. It’s just that when a day begins with kids arguing in the bathroom before everyone else is awake, and that arguing continues at the breakfast table over who has to move in and who gets the outside seat, and then one of them infers that if the kids are obnoxious,

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Enough Talking

I drive a lot these days. Up and down city streets and interstates, back roads and highways. I drive my children to school and pick them up hours later. I drive to meetings with clients. I drive to the gym, to yoga, to meet a friend for lunch, to visit my parents on the other

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Letting Life Be Fleeting

“How do you feel when those cakes you spend so many hours and days to make go out the door and somebody eats them?” That was a question posed last night to Duff Goldman during his Detroit appearance. Knowing that so much hard work, attention to detail, talent and craft go into making his intricate,

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