Archive for November, 2007

Moving abroad? Your credit history may not follow ( – November 2007)

An article about whether your credit history follows if you move internationally appears on the website.  Excerpt: As technology advances in the banking and credit communities, you’d think something as simple as a credit rating should be readily available

On the line: For the wife of a soldier, a tough call (The Washington Post – 12 November 2007)

An essay about my life during my husband's deployment to Iraq (including my serious cellular telephone addiction) appears in the Style Plus section of the Washington Post.  Excerpt: It feels like the first day of school. I decide to wear

Through a glass, sharply (Government Health IT – November 2007)

"Through a glass, sharply," an article about transparency policy and how it can be effectively used in the healthcare information technology realm, appears in the November issue of Government Health IT magazine. Excerpt: Many lawmakers and academics believe that the

In Her Shoes: The Fun Aunt (American Baby – November 2007)

An essay about my days as a "fun" aunt appears in the November issue of American Baby. Excerpt: The evidence of my transgressions lay before me. The drum set that couldn’t be played quietly if one tried. A toy cell

Le Shopping: Main-hattan (Delta Sky – November 2007)

An article about the Zeil, Frankfurt's pedestrian shopping area, appears in this month's issue of Delta Sky magazine. Excerpt: Not only is Frankfurt Germany’s financial center, the city also boasts a uniquely non-European skyline that might make you wonder if