Lee Woodruff

SPEAKER – AUTHOR – EXECUTIVE MEDIA TRAINER

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January/February 2024 Book Marks

My least favorite month on the calendar is January.  There isn’t much to get excited about on the east coast at this time of year unless your favorite color is gray.  January always feels like the hard stop of a slammed door after all the holiday festivity, lights and blazing energy of December.  My January energy feels focused on dismantling all that,  ...

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December 2023 Book Marks

The shopping is almost done, the tree is up and three out of four kids will be with us this holiday, plus the bonus round…a new son-in-law!  This season can feel so varied for each of us, depending on where we happen to be in life.  The holidays act like a magnifying glass for the range of emotions we are experiencing; love, loss, joy, isolation, fear,  ...

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October/November 2023 Book Marks

As we approach Veteran’s Day in this chaotic and scary time in the world, we honor those who serve and put their lives on the line when their country asks.  I’m proud of my husband Bob and our son, Mack, for their work on an  upcoming documentary called After the Blast, The Will to Recover that debuts on ABC this Friday, Nov 10th.   It’s not just the  ...

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September 2023 Book Marks

I love living in the northeast, where the seasonal changes notch the year. Having lived in Northern California, Phoenix, Richmond, Virginia and many other gorgeous places, there is always something to love about the landscape, whether it’s the desert or the mountains. I’ve often wondered if we’re hard-wired to love the land of our birth. For me that  ...

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July-August 2023 Book Marks

What a crazy summer in the northeast. Heat, monsoon rains, water in the basement, coming through the walls at 3:30 AM because the ground was so saturated it had nowhere else to go. On July 4th weekend, my sisters and I held a memorial service for my mother, and then, three weeks later, we gathered to celebrate our daughter’s wedding here in the  ...

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