“HAPPY” NEW YEAR PEOPLE!

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How many of you are as confused as I am about the customary New Year’s Eve song, “Auld Lang Syne” which kind of rambles on about remembering people from our past? Are we supposed to be sad that they are gone or happy they left? I guess it depends on the situation, but to me, the song is just a wee bit depressing. I don’t know about you, but when I was single, I wanted to jump off a cliff when that Scottish tune came on.

The new year is supposed to be HAPPY and full of glee. This year I will be listening to Bob Marley’s lyrics to , “Don’t Worry be Happy.” I took the liberty of putting them hear for you.
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PODCAST 2: PART 2 OF OUR TALK ON FATHERLESS DAUGHTERS

Is it Tuesday already? Time for Podcast number 2. We had such a good time doing a three part series on “Fatherless Daughters.” Our guests, Stacy Galan and Natalie Demarko really shared their souls on the podcast. The three of us bantered back and forth covering everything from dating to coping mechanisms. There were plenty of laughs, a smidge of b.s…. here and there… ( I mean I am the host;-) and a whole lot of good vibes & information given out. The feedback has been validating. Our tribe of fatherless daughters have really resonated with the series. Give us your feedback. We want to hear from you. We are here to tell real stories, give real talk, and to deliver real inspiration week after week..  image003

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THE PODCAST: KEEPING IT REAL WITH DENNA!

denna_podcastI am so excited to announce my new podcast “Keeping it Real with Denna.” This has been a cosmic gift. A few months ago I did a radio show on fatherless daughters. Upon leaving the show, the producer asked me if I had ever thought about doing my own podcast. I said, “Ummmm, yes. In fact, I was just talking about it with my sister-in-law on the phone before I came into the show today.” He then graciously offered to help me produce my own show! Watch out world… I have a mic!

Now anyone who knows me knows that I live to analyze people and their situations. I come across so many interesting people who are doing extraordinary things with their lives. I wanted a show where I could get into their heads and figure out what the pinnacle moment was in their lives that made them decide to do something different…something that mattered. Read more