‘Letters to My Daughter’ is available on Amazon!

book cover for Letters to my Daughter

Since March 30th I have been telling people about the digital release of my first book through Connecting Dots Publishing

Letters to My Daughter: A collection of mentoring topics, tidbits, and tips for women of all ages 

is NOW ON AMAZON!

Letters to My Daughter is dedicated to all the women who need mentoring. This book is for anyone, of any gender, who needs help teaching the young women in their lives. It’s for parents, coaches, teachers, and bosses who need a way to share lessons of how young women can grow to be strong, confident, and resilient. We need more women leaders in the world, and it starts with our daughters.

I hope you enjoy and remember, after you read the book, I would appreciate it if you could take a moment to write a review. Next up will be the paperback version of Letters to My Daughter and then on to finishing my memoir, Semi Tragic.

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4 Life Lessons from May Day

jeans with flowers, wrench, and the words "happy Labor Day"

On May 1, while many herald the arrival of Spring by dancing around Maypoles or delivering flowers in homemade May baskets to neighbors,  workers around the globe celebrate International Workers Day, also called Labour Day. Although in the U.S. we celebrate Labor Day on September 1, the international observation of Worker’s Day had its genesis in Chicago. In America, May 1st marks a completely different, but connected, little-known observance called Loyalty Day. I geeked out a bit reading up on this day’s complicated backstory. Here’s a quick history lesson: Read more