Tag: children’s books

Featured Writer on Wellness: Stacey R. Campbell

Filed in Writers on Wellness by on April 16, 2015 1 Comment • views: 779
Featured Writer on Wellness: Stacey R. Campbell

It is difficult to be physically active when writing and this is a challenge for me as I am a very active person. Furthermore, when I write I consume large quantities of gummy bears. I ride intervals on a stationary bicycle five times a week.  I walk a lot; this is more for my mental […]

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Featured Writer on Wellness: Terry John Barto

Filed in Writers on Wellness by on June 29, 2016 0 Comments • views: 858
Featured Writer on Wellness: Terry John Barto

I would say that I am really disciplined keeping a regular exercise regime. I was a dancer so that kind of discipline was instilled early on. I find that classes like Yoga, Pilates, and TRX are better for me then going to the gym. The hardest thing is showing up. Once you’re there, it’s easy. After […]

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What the Native Americans Who Walked Our Lands Have to Teach Us

Filed in Writing for Change by on July 28, 2016 0 Comments • views: 675
What the Native Americans Who Walked Our Lands Have to Teach Us

A Writing for Change Featured Post by Sally Crum I met Sally at a writer’s gathering in Colorado. She’s written a series of children’s books along with some adult books about the Native Americans who lived in the Western Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico regions. These are educational, but fun—the perfect combination for any reader! […]

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How to Balance an Out-of-Control Writing Life

Filed in When Writing Is Hard by on September 7, 2016 5 Comments • views: 1655
How to Balance an Out-of-Control Writing Life

by Alayne Kay Christian Colleen asked me to be a guest blogger just when I was about to enter into a major life transition. At one time, she suggested that perhaps I could share how I maintained my health during the stress of transition. Believe me, there were plenty of times that I did not […]

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Featured Writer on Wellness: Olivia Wildenstein

Filed in Writers on Wellness by on May 31, 2017 1 Comment • views: 1238
Featured Writer on Wellness: Olivia Wildenstein

Writing doesn’t seem like a physically taxing job, and compared to lumberjacks or professional athletes, it isn’t, but it is challenging. As a writer, most of your time is spent sitting at a desk or in a coffee shop with a laptop, staring at an artificially lit screen. It wreaks havoc on your eyes, turning […]

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