Old Money, New Woman – Exemplar Shirley Chisholm

Every few weeks, I’m highlighting the lives of exemplary women as a part of the release of my new book ‘Old Money, New Woman’. Today marks the birthday of the late Shirley Chisholm, a New York City native who committed her life to public service. Her┬ámemorable quotes include, “Tremendous amounts of talent are lost to … More Old Money, New Woman – Exemplar Shirley Chisholm

Old Money and Screen Time

I recently came across and article in the New York Times that reveals a marked shift in attitude by affluent parents: they don’t want their children having too much computer or phone ‘screen time’ too early in life. You can read the article HERE. I’m a little flattered and a little irritated when things I’ve … More Old Money and Screen Time

Literacy Begins at Home

I ran across this recent article in the Guardian. You can find it HERE. The piece discusses research correlating the number of books in a child’s home with some overall positive indicators. (I won’t try to summarize the research findings.) Suffice to say, one conclusion reached was that the number of books the child actually … More Literacy Begins at Home

Old Money, New Woman – The Exemplar

As some of you know, I’ll be releasing a new book in the coming weeks entitled Old Money, New Woman: How to Use the Secrets of the Upper Class to Make It in the Modern World. This third and probably final volume in the Old Money series (after The Old Money Book and The Old … More Old Money, New Woman – The Exemplar

In Their Own Words: Office Visit

Hey Byron, Thank you for reaching out with information on the new book. I completely understand why you have chosen not to address sexual assault. It’s a very relevant but tough subject. I think it is best communicated by women to women, and there are so many resources available. You’re a good writer, but you’re … More In Their Own Words: Office Visit