Why the Walk and Talks?

In October I introduced the Walk and Talk into the Grab Your Group and GO repertoire. The question has been asked, “Why the Walk and Talks?” But I think the better question is, “What took me so long?”

Cheers to You!

I wrote the following post for my theater group newsletter.  I had so many people comment on the email that I wanted to share it with all of you…

Why do we GO see LIVE theater?

In one of my closing missives to the theater group last spring, I included a photo of a column a friend (thanks Liz C.) sent me from an airplane. The article regaled the reader with an array of mental health benefits associated with regular cultural engagements (like the theater). These benefits include staving off depression and reducing the rate of cognitive decline…

Sea Wall/A Life… GO!

Took my son to see See Wall/A Life at The Hudson Theatre on Saturday. Amazing performances and an important life lesson all in one night….

Eat & Live Like @Spoonful of Abby

After seven years of graduate school for nutrition my niece – Abigail – you may know her as Spoonful of Abby – is seconds away from being a licensed dietician. We are so proud of her. It is all kinds of gratifying when someone you love lands on a career path that so in tune with the person and her passions. I learned quite a bit from her when she visited last weekend…

Burn/This is NOT Too Darn Hot

The guiding principle for this blog is to share ONLY the experiences that we at Grab Your Group and GO love: experiences that energize and enthuse, so that you can be energized and enthused too. This blog is called Grab Your Group and GO – NOT – Grab Your Group and DO NOT GO – for a reason…

The Gift of Giving

It’s the time of year again when the mailbox is filled with catalogs promising the perfect gift for your special someone. Here at Grab Your Group and GO, we tend to value experiences over things, which turns gift-giving holidays into a bit of a conundrum. How do you show the people in your life how much you care for and value them without burdening them with more “things”?

Oh the Things We Can Learn… When We Listen!

On my niece Abigail’s most recent visit to Montauk it became VERY apparent to me that a seismic shift had occurred in our transactional relationship.  By transactional I mean give and take and what we are exchanging is life lessons….

Go Ahead… Make Someone’s Day

The other day at lunch my friend Diane was excited to announce, “Ooh Linda, I have to tell you a story.  You inspired me!”  Of course I was going to be happy to hear whatever she had to say, but sometimes that sentence is met with equal parts trepidation and hopeful curiosity on my part…