Category Archives: Coffee Klatch

It’s time for an analog revolution

Yes, it’s me. After more than a year of silence, I’m still here. I’m still neighboring. I haven’t blogged in the past year because I didn’t have much new to share. I’m continuing to enjoy great connections with my neighbors … Continue reading

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Why Coffee Klatches Work: Low Investment, High Return

A couple of years ago I read a great article by columnist and author David Brooks in which he said that if he were given $500 million dollars he’d spend it setting up places that would cultivate friendships.  Why? Brooks … Continue reading

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Coffee Klatch 201: Casting a Wider Net

Several years ago when my son was a wee toddler, I found myself in the all-too-familiar new mommy space of having a little one at home and feeling very isolated. I had left work for the first time in 20 … Continue reading

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