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Put Your Best Face Forward

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I always thought there had to be a secret to a clean and clear complexion, and there is. The good news is it’s super simple and doesn’t involve costly skin care products. A friend of mine who is a “beauty master” turned me onto to this method a few months ago and it has done wonders for my complexion. First […]

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farewell to another summer

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While I can’t say that I’ve been particularly productive as a writer this summer, I have been extremely productive as a reader. I made a vow when I started my most recent book however, that when I am done it will be time to move out of “pre-thinking” and back into actual writing again. For anyone looking for one last […]

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Summer Reading List

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For anyone who actually follows my blog, sorry i’ve been absent for so long. I have read quite a few good books over the past few months though, so here are some must reads before summer ends. Enjoy! The Dig by Michael Siemsen A Vintage Affair by Isabel Wolff The Wedding Dress by Rachel Hauck If I Stay by Gayle […]

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The Vessel

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The Year Of Me

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a.k.a. – time and money well spent As my 35th birthday approaches, I can’t help but to find myself looking back over the years. I quickly came to realize that I have spent the last decade of my life taking care of others, and in doing so, inadvertently pushed myself to the bottom of my own list. So I have […]

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Always Back To You

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This one is for all of the long lost lovers out there (including mine). May you find your way back to each other’s hearts in the year ahead. Happy Valentines Day. Always Back To You A day, A week, A month can go by, Without so much as a glimpse of your face. But you are always there hiding. Somewhere […]

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What’s Your Face Worth?

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Thanks to Groupon, I had my first facial about two months ago. I was truly happy with the results, but didn’t feel like I was given enough “at home” instruction on how to maintain my skin on my own. Low and behold,  a few weeks later I met a friend of a friend at a networking event who is a […]

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Farewell To Summer

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While I may be a few weeks behind in posting this, here are the three books that rounded out my summer reading list. Hope everyone is looking forward to fall as much as I am – it’s my most favorite season (when we actually have a real fall). Distant Shores by Kristen Hannah – a great book for at the […]

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Trust Your Gut

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It was ten o’clock when I tiptoed out of my daughter’s room and headed back downstairs to straighten up before turning in for the night. The dogs were close on my heels as I entered the kitchen to make myself a cup of tea, and that little voice in my head said “let them out now.” I looked at the […]

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All Over The Map

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I’ve been on a bit of a reading binge for the past few weeks, which means not much time for writing. Below are a few books I’ve finished recently, and as you’ll see, the genres couldn’t be more wide-spread. I learned something from each and every one of them though, and that’s the whole point of writing isn’t it? To […]

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