I know you will all agree with me that we owe it to ourselves and to our family to keep that life-work balance. Especially now, at a more ma
Although my sisters may be far away, they are in my heart, and often in my thoughts. We are of the same blood after all; a life force that p
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What’s the ‘New Normal’?
As restrictions ease and as we are allowed (!) to start meeting up with friends again—the new normal, in whatever shape or form that may tak
Working From Home #WFH
Despite being positive, it can take a special kind of discipline to be diligent and true to a conscientious work ethic when the boss isn'
It’s Time to Think of Music for Healing
As authors, we shouldn’t ever stop promoting our books. They are a tangible product of our imagination and need us to keep believing in them
For the Love of …
And to all the rest: Keep celebrating LOVE … We don’t need a month of love to prompt us—although it is a good reminder. Rather keep on at it
Worry Gives a Small Thing a Big Shadow - Swedish Proverb
Worrying about things big or small can overshadow our lives and it is essential to enjoy a mental health break – literally.
Seeing My Family Story in Print (Part 4 of 4)
I chose to get the manuscript professionally edited despite having lived and breathed my book for four years and being certain it had been a
An Unknown Element to the Family Story (Part 3 of 4)
Again at a crossroads on what to include and how to write it, my husband suggested alternating chapters that would reveal to readers the two