Ever wonder about this Kary Oberbrunner guy? I first met him online in a chatroom...No--wait! Kidding! I first met him online at one of the free webinars he hosted: How to Turn a Book into a 6-Figure Business My expectations were low. Full disclosure: I watch a lot of free webinars. I am never motivated to buy … Continue reading Kary Oberbrunner, Exposed! Behind the scenes at the Igniting Souls Conference 2017
October 1st! You know what that means? That there's only 1 more month before National Novel Writing Month begins! Are you planning to participate this year? I will be. This will be NaNo number 8 for me. I have completed the 50,000 words to win every year since 2010, and I expect this year to … Continue reading NaNoWriMo is coming and announcing a new course
My daughter and I went to a cooking class at Stonewall Kitchen Cooking School. We've been there before, and it's always a treat. This was the first class taught by Jane St Pierre that we've been to, but hopefully not the last. She is a wonderful teacher, warm and funny, but most importantly, she knows … Continue reading Cooking class at Stonewall Kitchen: A Sensational Supper with Jane St Pierre
Pieces That Fit: A Mother's Journey Through Her Son's Puzzling Diagnosis of Asperger's Syndrome by Karen MacNeill is an important book for anyone to read that has, or wonders what it is like to have, a child with different needs in the school system. I found it to be immediately relatable. There are so many … Continue reading Book Review: Pieces that Fit
For a long time now, every time I go to the beach, a particular kind of blue stone calls to me: Karen!! Yoohoo! Here I am! “Pick me! Choose me! Love me!” (borrowed this quote from a movie but at the moment it escapes me which one). For over a year this has been happening. … Continue reading Wherever I go, there they are
I had a dream two nights ago, the night of the full moon, come to think of it. I dreamed about numbers. So, have you ever dreamed about numbers? This is a new phenomenon for me. The sequence I dreamed came through loud and clear: 1991 I didn't see or hear the numbers so much … Continue reading Following the clues
I went to a class at the Wells Public Library this week. Lisa Luken of Simple Joy Living, LLC spoke to us about simplifying our lives by streamlining (as well as getting rid of) our stuff. Her tagline is "Simple. Joyful. Organized. Intentional. Living." Great, right? Who wouldn't want that? I had a ton of ideas fill … Continue reading Simplify: Who, me?