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Unimaginable Wellness For Aspiring Mom NonFiction Writers

Nov 29, 2022

Question from a writing client/listener: How can writing improve self-esteem, self-love, or self-care for a mom? 

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If I had to pick the house chore I avoid most, I’d say ironing clothes. I’ll go as far as pulling a sweater over my wrinkled shirt just so I don’t have to get out my iron. It’s sad that I...


Nov 22, 2022

Have you ever tried to start a consistent journaling practice? Especially, if you have young kids in the house, it might feel impossible to sit down and do anything with any sort of consistency. Merle Saferstein decided to share 48 years’ worth of her journaling practice – containing lessons and life experiences...


Nov 15, 2022

If there’s one thing busy moms have in common, it would be that there are so many things to do with so little time. Most of us don’t have a few hours a day that we can spend on self-care. Many moms are knowledgeable about the fundamentals of their careers, but then the idea of wellness always takes a backseat....


Nov 8, 2022

In this episode, you will hear about my messy journey to writing my nonfiction book. You will also catch two other stories that could only be told by moms. I really do believe that mommying while writing a book presents a certain special kind of messiness. This is also why in this episode, I go on to invite you to an...


Nov 1, 2022

If you're a working mom looking to write a book one day, just know that there are going to be crazy and messy days. But they don’t have to be those kinds of days if you don’t allow them. You need to set boundaries to keep that sanity in you and you also have to learn how to leverage your network because that’s...