7 Secrets of Super Performers

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Thanks, Dance Advantage! “Even when dancing solo, NEVER dance alone: … Not dancing alone also means being aware of other dancers in your group. How can you involve the audience or the other dancers on stage with you in your … Read More

The Benefit of Letting Go

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A great post from Lateral Action:http://lateralaction.com/articles/creativity-unconscious/ “Whenever you set out to do something extraordinary, there comes a point where… you have to choose between trying to control everything – or letting go and getting carried away by something bigger and … Read More

Does the music make the dancer?

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When I first got together with a troupe, we were a democratic group, with no director. Everyone contributed music and costuming and choreographies to their best ability. There was one member who always brought really diverse music that was fun … Read More

Recipes for A Farewell to Summer

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Last night I treat myself to a little farewell to summer indulgence. I thought I would share the recipes I made: Mini Apple Tarts and Ginger Basil Lemonade. Mini Apple Tarts Ingredients: – 1 package pre-made pie crust (comes with … Read More

My interview on YIP Podcast


Did y’all hear my interview on YIP Poadcast? I realize I didn’t post a link, as it aired during a time I wasn’t posting very often. The YIP gals, Mary and Tammy, are so wonderful, and I had fun talking … Read More

Jane of all trades?


Trying to be everything to everyone can be exhausting. I know! I’ve tried! Looking back on the evolution of my dance, I can see a sort of wave-like motion. That is, like a wave pushing forward which swells and swells … Read More

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