Aside from an expansive portfolio of online articles and contributions at Livestrong.com, Huffington Post, Singles Warehouse and Ms. Cheevious, Lisa Jey Davis has published works elsewhere (both print and online):
(FEB 2014) The folks at DASHA WELLNESS asked me write a guest article for their blog about my experience with BRCA. This one is unique to all other articles I’ve written on the subject as it offers insight for medical practitioners as to how to communicate with patients undergoing life-changing treatment. See more at: http://www.dashawellness.com/blogs/what-you-should-know-about-brca
(NOV 2007) Chris Cornell likes to call the shots. The one-time front man for Temple of the Dog, Sound Garden and Audioslave, Chris is enjoying the freedom of his solo career. He performs when and where he likes, whether it be in an arena in Atlantic City or a small concert hall like the Belly Up in Aspen, Colorado. It was in the town of Aspen that Chris talked with Lisa Jey about his career, his life, his loves and what makes him proud.
Read it! This article, originally written for the Associated Press, can be read at www.isociety.wordpress.com
(DEC 2007) In this issue, Lisa Jey Davis talks about her early indictment into the empty-nester’s hall of fame. The old adage “If You Love Something Set it Free” and other pish posh comes to mind. Enjoy! Read it here.
(SEPT 2007) In this issue, Lisa Jey Davis shares her observations of becoming a transplant from the big city into the mountains of Western Colorado. “Glitter Goes Granola” Offers humorous anecdotes and some tender moments as Ms. Davis weaves the natural order that occurs when you take the girl out of the city. But can you take the city out of the girl?
(SUMMER 2007) 16 Ways to a Better You. For every aspect of your beauty and health, there is a specific treatment, trainer or technique out there that can put you the path to a better you, head to toe.
(SUMMER 2007) Inner Strength, Outer Beauty. The most sure-fire way to look your loveliest is simply to be your healthiest. The profiled specialists will get you there in a hurry. This collage by Lisa Jey Davis for Aspen Sojourner Magazine offers a wide array of summer health options for residents and visitors of Aspen, Colorado.
Read it! A copy of the Aspen Sojourner article can be read by clicking this link: PDF
(SUMMER 2007) Alfresco Lounge. Enjoy your patio or backyard in style with the following outdoor furnishings by Lisa Jey Davis.
Check it out! A copy of this Mountain Home Style front-of-book piece can be read by clicking this link: PDF
(APRIL 2007) We live in a global economy. Technologies are developed faster than they can possibly be learned. The words “reliable” and “job” are rarely spoken in the same sentence. Survivalists CREATE niches and jobs to acquire wealth – and some ARE at exponential rates. Are these the Upper Crust of society: the wheelers, dealers, spin doctors… the folks that make wealth happen? Or is it a state of mind, and a determination to live free and do what you love? Find out in this interesting take on society and wealth by Lisa Jey Davis, showcased on a sister website, ExtendedCircles.com.
Read it! You can read and comment on this article at ExtendedCircles.com
REFLECTIONS ON A KING
One Woman’s View of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
(JAN, 2007) Every human being can relate to and respect Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr… even someone who appears to be a white-bread, parochial-school-raised woman of privilege! Dr. King was a man of unmatched integrity and determination. Lisa Jey Davis shares the insights gained as she ponders this man of greatness…A man who exemplified honor and grace in a time when our nation’s behavior was a far cry from gracious and honorable.
(DEC, 2006) Have you ever wondered about the little old lady behind the counter at the corner drugstore? Where did she come from? What kind of life did she lead? Lisa Jey Davis takes you on one such adventure, in the person of Nereide Francis Padalino – her mother – an Italian immigrant. Extend your circle, as you enjoy Nereide’s brief journey into show business, during World War II.
(Excerpted from An Italian Immigrant, not yet published, by Lisa Jey Daivs – as told by Nereide Padalino, LJD’s mother)
Read it! Originally published at the New York Review (now unavailable), Idea Viewer, Searchwarp, Article Sphere and the Articles Factory,
(JUL 2006) You may be an active member of society, with plenty of friends, social engagements, and a fulfilling career. Do you sense there is much more to this world than you are aware of, and from which you are very disconnected? Many of us have become victims of Blind Isolation, and without the onset of illness, personal bankruptcy or some other catastrophe, we may never realize it. Lisa Jey Davis explores this cultural phenomenon.
(Excerpted from Extended Circles, book not yet published)
CATHARSIS OF A SCENIC HIKE (SEPT. 2006) Ever find yourself in a situation a little beyond your ability level? Ever hang off the edge of a precipice, not sure how you got there? No, really – a real precipice. Catharsis of a Scenic Hike will show you the hilarious side of what happens when you take the girl out of the city.
March, 1995 – Albuquerque Monthly Magazine – ABQ Profile – The last time Albuquerque Monthly talked with Al Unser, Jr. and his wife Shelly, was in September, 1991.Things were different then: Little Al was racing with Galles-Kraco, he’d never won an Indianapolis 500, and he’d tied the Championship Auto Racing Tour/PPG record with six victories in one year. Three years later, he’s racing for Marlboro/Penske, he’s won Indy twice, and he’s just finished the most triumphant year of his career with eight victories. We thought it was time to catch up with him again, so LJ Davis (AKA Lisa Jey Davis) sat down with him in this rare down-to-earth interview. Read more here: Al Unser Jr Article