Reading time limited? Budget for books limiting your reading pleasure? Try e-audio and borrow from a library. Using Libby, I listened to a variety of books over the summer then bought hard copies of the ones worth a deeper reading dive. Here are three self-help books worth checking out. Two are written for women and one is written for men and women.
"With what price we pay for the glory of motherhood." ~Isadora Duncan American dancer, choreographer "Born on May 26, 1877 (some sources say May 27, 1878), in San Francisco, California, Isadora Duncan developed an approach to dance that emphasized naturalistic movement. She was a hit in Europe as a performer to classical music and opened schools that …
Regina's Closet: Finding My Grandmother's Secret Journal ~Diana Raab Part memoir, part diary of the author's grandmother Regina, Regina's Closet kept my attention page after page. It was a fast read I could hardly put down. The author has woven her emotional struggle to process her grief with excerpts of her grandmother's diary given to …
Silence in the presence of grief is golden.
"...and thus, my mother's death is woven into my life." ~Bonnie A. McKeegan
Today I simply wish to express, from the bottom of my heart, my sincere gratitude for all of the older (than me at each stage I met them!) and elder women who've impacted my life so beautifully.
Book Review: Healing with Words - A Writer's Cancer Journey by Diana Raab
Love, and a bit about Maria Montessori, Innovator, Feminist and Idealist.
The I in IMMERSE ME... Implore
Origins of Gone with Innocence