Year In Reading (Book Reviews)

Mark Marshall’s Imagine Me A Pirate!

My goal this year is to read 50 books; which include all genres without reservations.  In the last month, I have been offering childcare services to my sister while she works, and my youngest nephew is at the age where he can appreciate books.  He will clumsily hold a book in his chubby little hands… Continue reading Mark Marshall’s Imagine Me A Pirate!

Journeys Through Meditation

Being the Best Parent That I Can Be

“Parenting is the most difficult and important job on the planet.  Try this meditation to help you visualize how to be a better parent.” – The Meditation Bible by Madonna Gauding Shortly after my husband received custody of his daughters, I realized that I was going to be a full-time parent.  This excited me and scared me… Continue reading Being the Best Parent That I Can Be

The Writer's Life

No Time to Write?

As you may have noticed, I have hit a stalemate when it comes to my writings.  Many have asked for new materials, and I continue to ask for more sleep.  Seriously, how do mothers maintain a writing career while raising children?  They are either brilliant individuals or seriously lacking in some other area as a… Continue reading No Time to Write?

Year In Reading (Book Reviews)

Piece of Work

Julia Einstein was a former publicist and a stay-at-home mom. Until one day, her world was turned upside down by the unemployment of her husband, Peter. After depleting their savings account, Julia was forced to leave her three year-old son and return to work. It was meant to be a temporary situation until her husband found a new job. What she didn’t know was that her client, Mary Ford, was a brutal narcissist with bouts of kleptomania. Nor did she know that Peter was a better “stay-at-home-mom” than she ever was, and that her job would no longer be temporary...

Journeys Through Meditation

How to Teach Your Child Buddhism

Children are amazing creatures. They learn quickly and adapt to their surroundings to create their own calm and peace. Their ability to see the world through innocent eyes is a lesson many adults could learn to incorporate in their daily living. However, children do grow up and become teenagers.