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Launch: Bare Feet Blogs for Artists, Nonprofits, Entrepreneurs

Bare Feet Blogs announcement

It’s been quite a while since I’ve posted here. After spending a year in Florida with my 91 year old Mom, I took a few months of “hermiting” to recharge my batteries. While I was away, my partner, Shane, fell back in love with WordPress — that wonderful website software that we’ve been using since 2003 when it was released. (This very…

Tell Me Your Interest in Silent Retreats

Sunrise Silhouette by Lee Scott on Unsplash

Launching the TEDxAIR Program, with Shane Robinson

Shane Robinson, TEDxAIR Honolulu artist

When Shane and I moved Bare Feet Studios to Hawai‘i, we were an easy-to-understand web company. We built web databases, designed blogs, set up podcasts, offered SEO services, and helped our clients craft digital strategy to grow their businesses. But Hawai‘i has a way of seeping into your soul, calling forth desires and ideas that may not fit into neat little boxes….

A Love Letter to The Amazing Andrew Sullivan

Celebrating Andrew Sullivan, blogger, disher

I have been reading you, Andrew, since 2004 – 4 years after you started blogging. You were more conservative back then, but always brilliant and weird. Those two qualities really drew me to you. I’ve been talking about you several places, but so much is coming up today that I am choosing a public homage – that also turns out to be…

Announcing: Your Mindful Social Media Business Coach

photo of Roxanne Darling, Mindful Coaching for Social Business

I want to be your social media business coach, offering a mindful approach to using these tools, and especially dedicated to consultants, artists, small business owners, marketing managers, and nonprofits. This is an idea that has literally been on my wish list, years in the making. But it was only recently that I found an awesome web-based platform.

Thank You to Basecamp – You Are Amazing

Basecamp thank you trip for Bare Feet Studios

Is it just me or is it getting harder and harder to be wildly surprised, out of the blue, with something so totally unexpected that your first reaction is, this must be a prank? The internet has us all so connected and up to date on life as it is unfolding. We have become a society of know-it-alls (or maybe that is…