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Jenny Fulton: From Preference Shares to Pickle Preserves

Jenny Fulton had been a stockbroker at Morgan Keegan for 16 years when in January of 2010 she finally succumbed to a round of layoffs in the latest recession. 1,047 more words

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Stay-at-Home Mother

As a child if you asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up, I would not have said a stay-at-home mother. I had an endless list of future careers, but mother was not one of them.   408 more words


Janee Pennington: The Write Choice

If truth is stranger than fiction then Janee Pennington, two-time breast cancer survivor and 20-year-veteran-of-the-hospitality-industry-turned-author, should certainly know. Pennington has scribed a funny, fast-paced fictional novel, … 1,433 more words

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This word has been a big part of my life for a long time now. Reinvention is something I’ve faced in some way almost every year since I was 18. 273 more words


To make over, as if to invent for the first time.

Since I can’t claim the prize for inventing myself originally, that falls to a random egg and sperm, the term reinvent might be a misnomer, but it is the one people commonly use to describe a process whereby they do something different either with their bodies, their careers, their marriage/relationship, their business…you get the idea. 922 more words

Random Musings

Margaret Kilibwa: From Big Pharma to a Clinic in the Tropics

Rare is the medical research professional who would give up an established 23-year career to start a healthcare clinic in Africa. Fewer still are those who would fund it out of their own pocket, eating through their savings and foregoing retirement benefits. 1,301 more words

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There is something incredibly awesome about reinvention, and you can spot it a mile away, because it wills itself into existence, carrying with it an air of unabashed admission, daring itself to be heard. 69 more words

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