Januzzi’s at Work

Here’s a listing of hard-working Januzzi’s.

Debra Lumpkins Januzzi: Graphic Designer

Debra Lumpkins Januzzi is a graphic designer based in Maui, Hawaii. For more than twenty years Debra has immersed herself in graphic design, typography, and illustration. Prior to starting her own design firm in 2003, she worked as the creative director for Catch The Wind, Inc. There she was responsible for the product development, creative quality and integrity of all Catch The Wind products and collateral. Debra has diverse experience in both print and interactive media and her work has been consistently acknowledged by the Kite Trade Association International, American Kitefliers Association and TIME magazine. She works on a wide variety of projects for advertising, editorial and corporate clients.

View Debra’s work at http://www.debralumpkins.com

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Annette Januzzi Wick: Author

Presenting …
Annette Januzzi Wick
Annette Januzzi Wick would like YOUR help to become a guest of “Inside Success Radio.” Inside Success Radio, Randy Gilbert, The Inside Success Show

Fast Facts about Annette Januzzi Wick:
Known As: Author of I’ll Be in the Car: One Woman’s Story of Love, Loss and Reclaiming Life. Offers inspirational speaking on getting through your grief.
Expertise in: Moving Through Grief, Reclaiming Life
Annette Januzzi Wick found her healing through the wonder of writing amidst the anguish of her young husband’s terminal disease. Her cathartic effort to understand this event and heal herself fills the pages of I’ll be in the Car. The title, she says, comes from one of her late husband’s favorite sayings: “I’ll be in the car,” he would shout over his shoulder as he headed out the door.

Annette Wick is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in Design Magazine, The Cincinnati Enquirer, The Loveland Herald and Whole Living Journal. Excerpts from I’ll Be in the Car were awarded Honorable Mention in the 73rd Annual Writer’s Digest Competition.

I’ll be in the Car deals with subjects that are deeply personal and impeccably authentic. When asked Annette’s deeper meaning for the book and the lessons she hopes to share with others she simply states: “To find new life after everything seems to have been taken away. It is a resurrection story. Yet this book could falter tomorrow and I know who I am, I remember who I am, and I like who I am. I am strong and I am unafraid to face down the next challenge that may come my way.”

Annette was born and raised in Amherst, Ohio, and now resides with her son, Davis, and her new family, in Cincinnati. She finds inspiration in her writing through Women Writing for (a) Change and dreams of her return to the Oregon coast.

You can visit her web site at: I’ll Be in the Car

In this interview, you will learn:

* How to move through your grief
* How will you find love again?
* That you are not alone

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