9 Must-Have Books for Astrologers

If you're looking to get into astrology, be prepared and open to allow your journey to be unique to you; there are several branches and paths and possibilities for you to explore for many years to come. The key is to follow your intuition, remain true to who you are and what you want to … Continue reading 9 Must-Have Books for Astrologers

3 Note-Taking Tips to Get the Most Out of What You Read

Reading is an important part of writing. The lesson often shared is "you read to become a writer" and that the two must coexist. Problem is, if like me, you only read and often read to absorb as much as possible, just in case... oh, I don’t know, the idea for another character comes along, … Continue reading 3 Note-Taking Tips to Get the Most Out of What You Read

3 Writerly Things to Do This Weekend: Make It a Good One

Although the news and local politics might be on the negative side, highlighting what often feels like the demise of many cultural norms and traditions, it’s refreshing to celebrate the opposite of that... a day that shows (albeit a bit sad) the best parts of us—as a country, people and land. Officially made a legal … Continue reading 3 Writerly Things to Do This Weekend: Make It a Good One

Building My Child’s Self-Esteem, The Cat in the Hat Style

She said she felt she was ugly, cause the kids in school made fun of her hair and her teeth... "I think I'm ugly," she said, and for the instance of that moment, the image of her as a little pig-tailed girl flashed before my eyes. When did my daughter's self-esteem start to dwindle? "You're … Continue reading Building My Child’s Self-Esteem, The Cat in the Hat Style