Truth is such a rare thing, it is delightful to tell it.
-Emily Dickinson

Drive Through Ditch

by lesliedinaberg on November 28, 2008

The golden rule has always seemed a little selfish to me. I love to do things for other people in part because there’s a buzz I get when I do volunteer work, for example, that makes me feel good about myself. It’s not selfless at all. It’s intentional kindness and I always feel like I […]

Don’t Lock the Libraries

by lesliedinaberg on November 21, 2008

“Libraries are not safe places, and the reason for that is there are ideas to be found.” –John Bookman “You know the republic will survive when there is new money for libraries.” –Denis Hamill A lot of the people I grew up with were surf rats or skate rats or gym rats. I was a library rat. […]

Noozhawk Talks: Leslie Dinaberg Sits Down With Lynn Montgomery

by lesliedinaberg on November 17, 2008

Children’s book author sees the beauty in every opportunity. Award-winning documentary producer and television writer Lynn Montgomery recently turned her talents to Butt Ugly, a children’s picture book that tells the story of a loveable little green mutt who needs a home. Not only does this heart- warming story teach children important lessons about self-esteem, […]

Family first

by lesliedinaberg on November 14, 2008

Sometimes I feel like a Magic 8-Ball, making mundane yet still crucial decisions for my family all day long. “Should we have pasta for dinner?” “Signs point to yes.” “Can I wait till after dinner to start my homework?” “Outlook not so good.” “It looks sunny, should I wear shorts today?” “As I see it, […]

Noozhawk Talks: Leslie Dinaberg sits down with Clay Nelson

by lesliedinaberg on November 10, 2008

Life Coach Clay Nelson has been working with businesses and individuals to improve lives for more than 25 years. Starting this week, he’ll share with Noozhawk readers his time-tested techniques for helping people and companies fulfill their potential, maximize profits, and make themselves, their clients, and their families happier. Leslie Dinaberg: What are some of […]