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Top 3 Ways to Show You are Unique

Top 3 Ways to Show You are Unique

It’s St. Patrick’s Day! Let’s have a little fun with a top 3 list: Top 3 Ways to Show You are Unique Don’t do the Ice Bucket Challenge: What’s this you say? The ice bucket challenge is long gone–yes, true, but there’s always something like it on social media that encourages you to do what everyone else is doing; comment if you see blue/brown, make a list of 365 things […]

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My New Tagline: What do you think?
By     |    Jan 13, 2015
Posted in: Sandwich Lady, Self Improvement, Writing     |    3 Comments

My New Tagline: What do you think?

This past weekend, I updated my website and created a new tagline, which will hopefully focus all these blog posts I do over here–I really appreciate all the comments here, on Facebook, and on Twitter about setting boundaries, trust, stress, speaking out and being part of the Sandwich generation as well as young adult  novels and writing in general. But now in 2015, I think I have a tag line […]

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Getting Sidetracked From Setting Boundaries: Talking Trust
By     |    Jan 6, 2015
Posted in: Practical Advice, Sandwich Lady, Self Improvement, Strong Girls and Women     |    2 Comments

Getting Sidetracked From Setting Boundaries: Talking Trust

I was getting ready to write a post about love and setting boundaries. (Stay tuned–this very important post may make it up next week.) I was looking for this quote I remember: Love knows no boundaries, or something like that, but couldn’t find it. (BTW, do you know it? If so, PLEASE put it in the comments or a link to it. I will be eternally grateful.) I was going […]

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Setting Boundaries: Why Is It Hard?

Setting Boundaries: Why Is It Hard?

I seem to be asking a lot of questions lately–hard questions that don’t have easy answers, like the post about whether books need romance or at the very least, realistic teen romance. Why is realistic romance important? Now, I’m on to boundaries. This is actually a topic near and dear to my heart because I AM TERRIBLE AT SETTING BOUNDARIES. I set a boundary. Someone will break it, and I […]

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Feng Shui for Writers (Guest Post by C. Susan Nunn)
By     |    Sep 11, 2014
Posted in: C. Susan Nunn, Self Improvement, Spirit Lady, Writing     |    3 Comments

Feng Shui for Writers (Guest Post by C. Susan Nunn)

Before we can discuss some of the fundamentals of Feng Shui for Writers, we first need to understand Feng Shui. It is the art of placement. That’s it, but it doesn’t tell the whole story.  One could say Feng Shui is the art of placing things in your home or office so the energy will filter through unobstructed. Energy (chi) is the key here.  We need free flowing energy, not […]

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There’s only one true failure in life  (Guest Post & Give Away)
By     |    Sep 1, 2014
Posted in: Guest Blog, Religion, Self Improvement, Strong Girls and Women     |    5 Comments

There’s only one true failure in life (Guest Post & Give Away)

Geeky Lady Note: I’m pleased to welcome Author Lorraine Ash to the Lit Lady Blog today as part of her Women on Writing blog tour. She has authored a guest post for us below about telling real life obstacles from the fake ones, a topic she explores further in her second memoir, Self and Soul: On Creating a Meaningful Life. Keep reading to learn how you could win a give […]

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