Social Media for Authors, Tools of the Trade, Virtual Assistant, WAHM

Feeling Frazzled? Try a Social Media Slow DOWN

Social media seems to change faster and faster every year. Let me correct that; every WEEK. What was once “the-uber-best-hot strategy” can be viewed as “so last year” in just a few months. The learning curve with social media can be steep, and some folks feel as if keeping up with trends, strategies, and changes… Read More Feeling Frazzled? Try a Social Media Slow DOWN

Best Of, Book Love

A very special book for Autism Awareness Month | The Ostrich and Other Lost Things

     After I finished reading The Ostrich and Other Lost Things by Beth Hautala, I felt like I had struck gold. This middle reader/YA book is truly one of the best books I’ve read in at least 2 years. I am blown away by the storytelling and the lesson of unconditional love. The Ostrich is a… Read More A very special book for Autism Awareness Month | The Ostrich and Other Lost Things

Best Of, Tools of the Trade, Virtual Assistant

The BEST Virtual Assistant Training possible | IVAA Summit 2018

If creating a side hustle, or a full-time gig, as a Virtual Assistant is still in your wheelhouse you are not going to want to miss this. The International Virtual Assistants Association (IVAA) is dedicated to the professional education and development of members of the Virtual Assistance profession, and to educating the public on the… Read More The BEST Virtual Assistant Training possible | IVAA Summit 2018

Book Love, Social Media for Authors, Tools of the Trade

Can You Really Call Yourself an Author—or are You an Author Impostor?

Guest post from author, Carissa Andrews It’s not uncommon for writers to feel like they aren’t truly authors unless they’ve been published and represented by the big names. This mentality will not yield the publishing results you’re looking for and could be costing you time and earnings. A lot has changed in the publishing world in… Read More Can You Really Call Yourself an Author—or are You an Author Impostor?

Best Of, DEAR MOM, Life Lessons

When Aunt Flo pays a visit | Let’s talk Tweens and Periods #momlife

If you were brave enough to actually click the link and get this far, you must be the mother of a pre-teen daughter. If you are a dude who clicked on this headline thinking this is would be a lesson in punctuation, I am going to say “menstruation” and lose you right…about….NOW. Ladies, are you… Read More When Aunt Flo pays a visit | Let’s talk Tweens and Periods #momlife

Essentia Health, guest posts

An Eggs-cellent discussion | the health benefits of eating Eggs

Guest post from Essentia Health of Brainerd, MN Happy Spring Everyone! One tradition many families enjoy during the Easter season is to dye hard-boiled eggs. They are often bright and colorful, adding a nice touch to the dinner table, and are good tasting too! There is some debate whether eggs should be a part of… Read More An Eggs-cellent discussion | the health benefits of eating Eggs

Best Of, Book Love

Did you know Bigfoot goes on Vacation? Check out the new Bigfoot seek-and-find series!

In Minnesota, we are believers that Big Hairy Bypedials are possibly rooming the thousands of acres of untouched wildness in this state. Do I believe? Maybe yes. Maybe no?  Let me just say I got crazy-squealy-fan-girl a few years ago when the Hunting Bigfoot TV show came to a northern town about 2 hours from… Read More Did you know Bigfoot goes on Vacation? Check out the new Bigfoot seek-and-find series!

Best Of, Book Love

Multicultural Book Love! #DiverseKidLit Link-up for April

Welcome to #DiverseKidLit ! Please join us in sharing your diverse children’s book links and resources, as well as visiting other links to find great suggestions and recommendations. What Is #DiverseKidLit? Diverse Children’s Books is a book-sharing meme designed to promote the reading and writing of children’s books that feature diverse characters. This community embraces all kinds of… Read More Multicultural Book Love! #DiverseKidLit Link-up for April