Columnists

Telegraph editor bids farewell

Two major life events happened for me in 2008. The first was the birth of my son, Liam, and the second was taking the editorial helm of the Telegraph. The two events were only a mo ...

From Where I Sit: The view from my very limited vantage point

In spite of lifelong efforts at knowledge, ignorance seeps through all of us. Our ignorance is greater than our knowledge. I try to capture something here in 400 words containing s ...

On the Town: Cell phones and water don’t mix

I have a confession to make because this incident happened to me three times within the last 15 years. I took my cell phone swimming again and everything I did to revive it proved ...

From Where I Sit: What in the world is going on?

What in the world is going on? I mean, literally. Our world seems to be like a huge pile of dry gunpowder and numerous matches are lit all around. I know we have always had war and ...

Olga on Investments: Market risk in retirement

In the past few years, we have really seen the effect the market can have on our portfolios. There have been lows and highs influencing many investment accounts. Although accounts ...

Coaching Café: Overcome self doubt

Do you doubt yourself? Let’s explore new possibilities for embracing our tendency to doubt, and how to use it for victory. From a personal development perspective, when you ...

On the Town: What should you keep in the fridge?

Bet you didn’t know, I love to read the “Readers Digest.” The stories are short, there are many tidbits I never knew and it’s small enough it doesn’t ...

Media Life: Just how big is the Fox 40 anchorwoman scandal?

Never shy of taking a pointed stick and probing deep into the sleaze factor, Sacramento’s Fox 40 is now finding itself mired in its own journalistic mud bog. The Sacramento ...

From Where I Sit: Pictures actually do last longer

This past weekend we celebrated Carol’s big birthday by getting together at the family cabin at Donner Lake. It took a bit of planning and wasn’t a complete surprise. ...

On the Town: Air travel gets columnist going on a rant

If I consistently mention everything positive happening to me, you’d all be bored and possibly pass on reading this column. So a little high caliber ranting will not only be ...