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I've been involved with a group called the Book Arts Roundtable for about 7years. It grew out of an exhibit at the Pierro Gallery, at the Baird Center, called "Beyond the Fold." Karen McDermott organized the exhibit, found the curator and organized about 7 or 8 weekend book arts workshops. I took...
10/21/2007
Although I've lived in Maplewood/South Orange for almost 18 years, since my children when to an independent elementary school (Far Brook School in Short Hills - N-8), I have only had ancedotal stories about the local school system until recently. We did not send our kids to a private school becau...
10/15/2007
Four other agents and I have started an accountablity group to help keep us focused. We meet every other Monday and go over our goals for the last 2 weeks, and our new goals. So far it's worked well. I've found that there's an "Ah ha" moment for me at every meeting. This week one of my colleagues...
10/02/2007
Since I started blogging a few weeks ago, I've been investigating all sorts of social networking websites. It's incredible how many and how varied they are. I'm especially intrigued to see that the corporate world is trying to somehow put this energy to work for them.But they miss the point entir...
09/26/2007
When I first started out in Real Estate - about 3.5 years ago - one of the first things I learned is that an agent gets a reputation (either good or bad) very quickly. I determined that I wanted to be one of the "Good Guys" even if that meant I didn't make as much money as some of the top agents ...
09/23/2007
     Besides being a real estate agent, I'm also an active artist. I didn't realize what a vibrant art scene there is here. I grew up in Madison NJ, only a few miles from here, and always swore I would never raise my kids in the suburbs. I guess that's why they say "Never say never." About 6 mont...
09/15/2007
 I've lived in the two towns of Maplewood and South Orange, NJ for almost 17 years. They are located about 25 miles due west of New York City. The were initially one town, which was mainly farming until the late 1800s, when the Erie-Lackawanna train line was built. Many wealthy New Yorkers build ...
09/14/2007
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