Travel Dreams, By Design

July 12, 2016 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Business Profiles, Publications

There are no tickets required for this travel adventure. On a busy corner inside The Shops of Legacy, you’ll find a quiet spot to explore, relax, and plan your next vacation. Or not. At Travel […]

The Kutashes

June 16, 2016 · Posted In: At Home, Home, OmahaHome, Publications

Gabe Kutash, 10, loves playing basketball in his driveway. He often plays in his big yard, rides his bike around the cul-de-sac with his brother, and walks to school with his siblings. Gabe really likes living […]

Laura Marlane

January 13, 2016 · Posted In: Lifestyle, Omaha Magazine, People, Publications

Laura Marlane’s first clue should have been the card catalogs she created for her personal library…while she was still in elementary school. “Organization has always been my compulsion,” she says, “And I didn’t want to […]

Mark Erikson

October 8, 2015 · Posted In: 60 Plus in Omaha, Lifestyle, People, Publications

Don’t bother trying to contact Mark Erikson on a Monday night. From now until, well—forever—he’s booked. On Monday nights, you’ll find Erikson and more than 100 other Nebraska men singing their hearts out at a […]


June 26, 2015 · Posted In: Family, HerFamily, Parenting, Publications

This article appears in June 2015 edition of Her Family. Perhaps there is no age that can appreciate the joys of summer more than the teens. Swimsuit weather, no homework, driving privileges…finally. Even those older […]

The Daily Grind

April 29, 2015 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Entrepreneurs, Publications

Do you like your job? Do you enjoy your work? These are similar questions that can deliver very different answers. And it matters because your mental health depends on it. During my decades of experience […]

No Age Limit

April 9, 2015 · Posted In: Education, Family, HerFamily, Parenting

Originally published in March 2015 HerFamily I could have worked with Jim Rome, the radio sportscaster. We’re about the same age. We were in college about the same time, studying the same thing. We both […]

“Above all, be kind.”

February 18, 2015 · Posted In: Family, HerFamily

As I was picking up my coffee one frozen morning a few weeks ago, I noticed there was no one in the drive-through line behind me. That in itself was unusual. My caffeine supplier of […]

Building (and Affording)

January 16, 2015 · Posted In: Family, Parenting

Many of the financial aspects of parenting can be scary. Diapers, day care, tuition, sports, clubs, lessons, field trips… the list of expenses involved in raising a child from crib to college can be daunting. […]

Driving Past Trauma

December 12, 2014 · Posted In: Health, HerFamily

I was driving along Dodge Street on a Friday afternoon. Rush hour traffic.  As I stopped for the red light in front of Children’s Hospital and Medical Center, my mind was on pizza and movie […]