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TOP 10: Bob and Lee Woodruff On Standing Up for Heroes Event to Help Wounded Vets

Bob & Lee Woodruff on CBS This Morning/Photo: Screenshot 10-31-16

Bob and Lee Woodruff On Stand Up for Heroes Event to Help Wounded Vets: cbsnews.com–10/31/16–Photo: CBS screenshot

TOP 10: An Honorable Mention to the Fallen

Lee Woodruff, author and CBS contributor

An Honorable Mention to the Fallen: Lee Woodruff–huffingtonpost.com–5/27/13

The Women’s Eye Reflections for the New Year 2012–#3

TWE Reflections--#3

We wanted to add more quotes from some of our 2o11 TWE Interviews as we get ready for the challenges of this new year. They may inspire you to take on a new journey, task, or just reflect on what is possible… [Read more…]

Lee Woodruff On Family, Her Foundation And Flannel PJ’s

Lee Woodruff

By Stacey Gualandi/May 22, 2011

Twitter: @LeeMWoodruff
Facebook: Perfectly Imperfect

UDPATE 5/29/19: Lee’s Personal Memorial Day Reflection

UPDATE 1/29/16: Bob Woodruff: The Unexpected Life

UPDATE 11/6/13: Next “STAND UP FOR HEROES” event tonite. Learn more here.

UPDATE 8/30/13: Lee’s piece on CBS This Morning: From Sargeant to Sous-Chef–Program Trains Veterans in the Kitchen

UPDATE 4/28/13: “Those We Love Most,” Lee’s first novel, is out in paperback! Click here for signing and speaking events.

UPDATE 10/26/12: The Bob Woodruff Foundation’s STAND UP FOR HEROS event is Nov. 8, 2012

UPDATE 9/6/12: Review in USA TODAY of Lee’s first novel, “Those We Love Most”

UPDATE: 2/1/12:  Lee’s blog reports that she’s just finished the manuscript of her first book, “Those We Love,” which will be out 9/11/12

UPDATE 1/9/12:  Lee Woodruff joins ‘CBS This Morning

Author Lee Woodruff knows what it means to overcome adversity. Five years ago, her husband ABC anchor Bob Woodruff, suffered a near-fatal brain injury from a roadside bomb while reporting from Iraq. It has been a long, yet successful road to recovery. And in the process, she has become a voice for brain-injured soldiers returning from war.

“Things happen in life and we need to reach out and seek help.” Lee Woodruff

Lee WoodruffLee and her husband wrote In An Instant, an instant bestseller about healing from such a horrible event. They formed the Bob Woodruff Foundation to help raise awareness, money, and assistance to those troops in recovery.

In her follow-up book, Perfectly Imperfect, A Life In Progress, she humorously tackled the subject of everyday challenges. Lee also speaks tirelessly to people all over the country. This Good Morning America correspondent will be one of the hosts at the More Magazine Reinvention Convention in Los Angeles on Monday.

I have recently had to “reinvent” myself, so I was very interested in talking with Lee about how to move forward, how to find inner strength, and how to embrace flannel nightgowns. I’ll explain…

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Lee Woodruff Talks Reinvention, Bob Woodruff and “Perfectly Imperfect”

May 21, 2011

Lee Woodruff, author of "Perfectly Imperfect: A Life in Progress"

Lee Woodruff


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Lee Woodruff
Host at MORE’S Reinvention Convention
Author “Perfectly Imperfect: A Life in Progress”