March 2019 I’m amazed that it’s nearly April! Time seems to be racing by and I feel a need to focus and be in a more purposeful mindset so that will be in the works for me. Big thanks to my wonderful Beta Readers of “A Song for Home”. I’ve met with all of them […]
I was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas (the setting of my book, A Song for Jessica) and graduated with a degree in English from The University of Texas at Austin ages ago. I’ve had many jobs over the years, proofreader, graphic artist, customer service representative, executive complaints clerk, corporate trainer, corporate content writer, […]
Allison Deleon always dreamed of a musical career, but when her ten-year old brother was killed in a car accident years ago, everything changed for her and she eventually gave up on her dream. Now, 28-year old Allison feels life spinning out of control. She’s one step away from getting fired at work and her […]
Going Gray – Stage 1
I decided to stop coloring my hair. Yes, it will be gray. Or silver. Whatever you want to call it,Read more.
What about “The Change”? Yes, I’m talking about Menopause
I’ve been thinking a lot about menopause, specifically, about what my grandmother experienced during her “change of life” and howRead more.
It’s a New Year and Every Day’s a New Day
Happy 2016! Every new year is cause for celebration – fireworks, champagne, sparkly hats, confetti, and lots of smiles and hugs.Read more.
6 Tips to Stay on Track Through the Holidays
It’s the holiday season and another year comes racing to a close with plenty of sweets, food, and drink to goRead more.
What’s Your Body Trying to Tell You?
One day last week I had a long list of things to do and was determined to get them allRead more.
Age well – gracefully and beautifully
Mark Twain said, “Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.” Getting olderRead more.
Exercise – The First Step is the Hardest
I’ve always heard that exercise is good for your health (emotional, mental, and physical) and I know that when IRead more.
Sugar season is near. Are you ready to stay on track?
Summer is long gone and October is here. For many of us, that means the season for regularly having easyRead more.
How to Read a Food Label
You’ve probably heard that it’s best to stay in the perimeter of the grocery store when you shop because that’sRead more.
Lessons for Living Well
I was at the grocery store for a quick run-in and had gotten through most of my short list whenRead more.