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    Feeling Stuck?! I've been there. Developing some rules to live by, can untangle the chaos, make you productive and up your game! This twelve page quick read will hand you a set of tools to get 'unstuck' and start moving the direction of your dreams!    
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    Hate your job? Have a passion? Can the two become one? Life's too short to spend 8-10 hours a day doing something you don't love. Can your passion become a business? This class will walk you through how to decide if your passion is a viable income or should remain a hobby. You drop kid #1 off at school, the dog at the vet (hopefully you got the order right), then swing by the store because you’re the soccer snack mom this week, as kid #2 pukes all over the backseat. You arrive home to a 72 hour shut-off notice hanging on the front door. You tuck your sick child into bed, drop the groceries on the counter, and check the bank statement to attempt to keep the power on. We’ve all been there. And although we’d never give up our families, the ups and the downs, the tears and the joys…I remember asking myself, “Is this it?” No one is going to care for my children, my spouse, or my dog with separation anxiety better than me. The problem is the bills need to be paid and as women we're often stretch far beyond our max! Building a business that inspires your creative passion AND pays the bills so you can work from home is easier than you think. This TREC Class: http://anchorandhope.com/ Find Your Passion: Build Your Business will walk you through the questions and steps it takes to get started building your own business. You Got This!!! 17 minute video - $4.99        
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  • Our lives get complicated and when we add holidays and family gatherings to them we may take the complicated up exponentially. I try to see the players (characters) and plots in a perspective that shines a light on their strengths. Sometimes it’s tough. We all have that one relative (and you know who I mean) that we need to love in spite of, rather than because it’s easy. As an author, family get togethers are fodder for writing! These stories surround gatherings, friends, family and group events. My wish is that you may embrace each individual in a way that brings new perspective and clarity and that your table brings rich ohana to you. Ohana= family of blood or heart. This is the Hawaiian term for no family member left behind.
  • 24 Short Stories to warm your heart! This Ebook (or the paperback) shares stories of the tenderness and craziness of families during holidays! Our lives get complicated and when we add holidays and family gatherings to them we may take the complicated up exponentially. I try to see the players (characters) and plots in a perspective that shines a light on their strengths. Sometimes it’s tough. We all have that one relative (and you know who I mean) that we need to love in spite of, rather than because it’s easy. As an author, family get togethers are fodder for writing! These stories surround gatherings, friends, family and group events. My wish is that you may embrace each individual in a way that brings new perspective and clarity and that your table brings rich ohana to you. Ohana= family of blood or heart. This is the Hawaiian term for no family member left behind.          
  • http://sunseaboats.com/wp-content/plugins/si-captcha-for-wordpress/captcha/si_captcha.js?ver=1490302542 Too often children fail in educational endeavors, but it’s commonly the methods being used to teach the material. All of us have a learning style, the means by which we take in information. If we are forced to learn in a way that is not our strength, our retention and retrieval is low to none. Ever wonder why one student or child catches on quickly while another doesn't? Most likely the child who is excelling has the same learning style as the teacher, and the opposite is true of the other child.

    follow url It's not uncommon for a teacher to be one style of learning and the student another causing little success on the student's part and frustration on the teacher's part. Learning styles is a book about the four main types of learning uptake of information, then the retention and retrieval of that information. This book is vital for anyone in a teaching position whether you are in a classroom, homeschooling, coaching, or raising a child. First you need to learn your style, and then figure out your student's learning style. This knowledge will help you become your student's best advocate. Stop banging your head against a wall, and start designing successful educational opportunities. Learn your own style, your child's style and the teacher who will be training them. Once you know the way information is received and retrieved, you can help your child, yourself or their teacher to create means for success!
  • This heart-warming book is the perfect size for curling up in bed with, or slipping into your purse or backpack for taking with you anywhere. Each chapter starts with a beautiful photo and follows with stories of pets and encounters with nature that will make you smile or wipe a tear. Get yours today! http://caronce.com/ford-t-1925-grua/ Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul source site remains unawakened. ~Anatole France I grew up incredibly shy. I struggled to make the small talk required to ‘fit in’ with my peers. My dogs seemed to know what I was thinking without describing my emotions or concerns and they silently stared into my soul and cuddle up beside me without asking me to explain or change to accommodate. This is where I first learned to love unconditionally. I explored the woods with a cocker/poodle, befriended the retired police dog next door (that I was told not to touch but found a gentle friend in him), and spent hours laying on the back of horse staring at the clouds while it wandered in a field. And I’ve rescued companions that ended up rescuing me. Cats, dogs, rabbits, goats, ducks and a Canada goose who left joy, laughter, lessons of life and muddy paw prints. These stories from the heart are meant to inspire as well as memorialize our encounters with these precious creatures. I hope you enjoy them as we have!