Lynne Bowman has been featured at women's expos throughout the country, teaming with actress Deidre Hall to write and publish “Deidre Hall's Kitchen Closeup” (2010) and “Deidre Hall's How Does She Do It?” (2012). In previous lives, she won national awards as a creative director for Silicon Valley companies, was Creative Director at E&J Gallo Winery, Advertising Manager at Redken Laboratories, and freelanced for agencies in San Jose, Los Angeles, and New York. She has also worked as an actress, makeup artist, screenwriter, illustrator, legal journalist, and television Weather Person. Lynne has three grown children, and two absolutely perfect grandchildren, and is president of The Pescadero Foundation. She and her husband have a small farm on the coast of Northern California.
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- Book: Brownies for Breakfast: A Cookbook for Diabetics and the People Who Love Them By Lynne Bowman
Most Influential Person
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Effect on Emotions
- I'm old, I had all my emotions removed in the seven days I never would have survived. They're gone. They're just gone.
- I was brought up at a time when your emotions should never, never appear in the room with you. I mean, we didn't have them. And so I'm afraid to a great extent, I still don't have them and maybe humor is the way I deal with my emotions, for the most part.
Thoughts on Breathing
- His name is James Nestor, and he just wrote the book Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art. It is a wonderful book, and appreciate it and read the whole thing. Thanks to him, I am learning to close my mouth when I read.
- It's simple. There's nothing elaborate or crazy about it. A lot of us know now about box breath, square breath, relaxing relaxation techniques, but just the simplicity of especially when you go to sleep at night, keep your mouth closed.
- Bullying is such a universal subject and in my life, I more than once had to kind of go against the grain. My career was such that, very often, I was the only girl in the room, and men as you know, have a very subtle way of bullying women when they feel that their territory is being encroached upon. So I think I learned kind of early in my adult game
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