Sunday, July 19, 2009

Busy Week and Weekend

SINCE there's not enough time now, at 10:52 p.m. (which is when I finally got around to actually posting this) I'll just give you last Thursday's news.
I interviewed Maya Frost (and her husband, Tom Frost), at left, for an interview to be published in our local newspaper. You can find Maya here.
She is an evangelist and *huge* promoter of a Global Education and being BOLD with your life and author of the book, "The New Global Student." Her four daughters have traveled and gone to school in many different countries and have all turned out wonderfully and obtained their own educations for a fraction of what it normally costs the average American student. And they've gotten a lot of on-the-job training in the art of becoming their own advocate for having a better, richer life.
If you have children or grandchildren who are going to be facing tomorrow's even higher costs for education, grueling study for the SATs and a lot of jumping through unnecessary hoops, check out Maya's Web site. You will find a lot of food for thought - femminismo

4 comments:

Don said...

Looks good. My son is planning for a law degree in two years. Ouch$!

Candace said...

What an interesting post. And I just cannot believe this woman has four kids, all out of college (? -- did I interpret that right?). Despite that silver hair, she looks quite young to me...

Of course, I am an old dragon whose scales have not turned gray yet. Perhaps there's a secret to gorgeous hair like the Frosts (appropriate name).
Take care, and thanks so much for this post.
Candace

3rdEyeMuse said...

thanks for the link, J. :)

Maya Frost said...

Candace,

You are sweet! Thanks for the kind words, but I assure you that I am 49 and my kids are out of college (whew!) except for the youngest, who will graduate in December.

It's always a shock to see a photo of my gray hair--I forget I have it! ;-) But hey, it's easy and authentic, so I'm sticking with it.

Cheers to you!
Maya