Click the Buzz Me button to receive email notifications when this writer publishes a new article or a new article in this column is published.
B’shert is one of the very few Yiddish words that I know, and it has always been my mantra. It means “meant to be.” There are many times in my life that things did not go as planned. More than 30 years ago, as newlyweds, Michael and I dreamed of starting our own business. It didn’t work. And it didn’t work again. And again. After several attempts and several crazy ideas, the craziest of all – The Buzz – is the one that stuck. I count my blessings to work in a business that I love with people I love. This month’s issue showcases our sixth annual “Where Are They Headed” feature on graduating high school seniors, and I’m feeling sentimental. These students were born the same year The Buzz was born. In this evolving media world, we have not only survived, but thrived. We are so grateful to have the best team, committed to each other and to quality for our readers and advertisers. We wish the Class of 2019 all the best and want them to know that although their paths will likely change course – probably more than a few times – it’s not only okay, it’s b’shert! [email protected]