An artist requires the upkeep of creative solitude. An artist requires the healing of time alone. Julia Cameron

Welcome to my little corner of the internet – I’m so glad you stopped by.

Feel free to pour yourself a cup of coffee, wander around a bit, take a peek at my blog, or check out my services as a virtual assistant.

And please be sure to let me know you stopped by – leave a comment on a blog post, drop me a line, or let’s connect on social media.

Latest from the blog . . .

What Will Your 3rd Act Be?

Before This Is Us introduced us to the Pearsons – the family that routinely reduces its viewers to great heaving sobs that drip into our Chardonnay – there were the Bravermans of Parenthood. Headed by Zeek and Camille, the Braverman clan tackled the joys and sorrows...

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Back to Virtual Reality

Back to Virtual Reality

Once upon a time, I set up a little blog. I called it Out of My Alleged Mind. There, I told stories and shared my thoughts about things like family and faith. Through my blog, I made a number of connections with people in virtual reality. I used to refer to them as my...

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Work with me . . .

“What if you could outsource some of your most important work – and still feel confident that it would all get done (and get done well)? That’s the kind of peace of mind I enjoyed in working with Nancy on any project. She is smart, organized, and dedicated. And she’s an excellent writer to boot. As if all of that weren’t enough to recommend her, she is an absolute delight to work with – Nancy’s sense of initiative (not to mention her sense of humor) made my working life more enjoyable, and just plain easier. She’s truly a gem of a person.” Amanda Guynes

Program Coordinator, National Institute For the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine

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