Oops! “White Screen of Death”

If you are trying to access my website, BethTerry.com, we apologize for any inconvenience. The site has been down for a couple of days. We are working on it and will have it up shortly. You can contact me directly by emailing Beth [at] BethTerry.com Continue reading Oops! “White Screen of Death”

How to Not Shoot Yourself in the Foot

“It may be helpful for you to consider the fact that to permit stupid thoughts to dwell and slip through the mind is as dangerous as letting sharp delicate tools slip through the fingers.” Mary Strong, Letters of the Scattered Brotherhood, 1948. I will add Continue reading How to Not Shoot Yourself in the Foot

Making Sense of the Political Minefields

Have you had this happen? You say thoughtfully, “Well, I think this candidate makes a lot of sense. I’ll probably vote for them.” Then you are subjected to: “ARE YOU CRAZY? WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU? DON’T YOU READ ANYTHING? I CAN’T BELIEVE YOU COULD Continue reading Making Sense of the Political Minefields

Change is Good!?!

I’ve spent the better part of the summer working on our brand. What do we do?  What’s the common thread? Where is this headed? Who are my favorite types of audiences and why do I resonate with those groups? The theme was easy: the thing Continue reading Change is Good!?!

Unconnected Disconnected Discombobulated

872 emails 25 Texts 18 voice mails glaring blog absence I spent the first part of last week in Coolidge, Arizona. A city so small they still have a population and elevation sign as you enter town. I drove back to Phoenix and hopped a Continue reading Unconnected Disconnected Discombobulated

The Blogathon Continues

For the newer bloggers out there, try getting some friends together to do a blogathon like we did. In the past 19 days I’ve learned a lot about my friends, I’ve read more blogs than I ever thought I would, and I’ve been more committed Continue reading The Blogathon Continues

In Washington, DC Today: The Longest Walk – Link Fixed

In case you missed it, today the large group of Native Americans who have been crossing the US on two different paths will converge in Washington, DC. They’ve been marching for 5 months. Interesting and moving Video about it on YouTube. Beth