Welcome to my Now page. This is a summary of what I’m working on now, my current inspirations and a list of the books that I’m reading. Check back as I update this page throughout the year. 

You must live in the present, launch yourself on every wave, find your eternity in each moment.

~ Henry David Thoreau


What I’m writing right now…

Stories about people who are making a difference in their communities

Articles that support new and expectant moms

Articles about creating stronger connections in a digital world

Personal essays

What inspires my creativity right now…

Journaling prompts

Art collaging/vision board pages


Mandalas and zentangles


Who inspires me right now….

My two school age sons

Creative writers and artists who spread joy through their work

Individuals who believe in the power of community and work toward building connection

What I offer the world right now…

Informative articles that appear in national and regional publications across the U.S., Canada and Australia

Two e-books (also available in print) including Confidently Connected: A Mom’s Guide to a Satisfied Social Life and Happy, Healthy & Hyperconnected: Raise a Thoughtful Communicator in a Digital World

A monthly newsletter with tips for growing stronger connections in a digital world

A weekly blog that includes ideas for building stronger communication skills

A Facebook group for moms where I share my work and feature educational guest hosts throughout the year

What I’m reading right now…

Longbourn by Jo Baker

Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain

Play: How it shapes the brain, opens the imagination and invigorates the soul by Stuart Brown, M.D.

The Way of the Happy Woman: Living the Best Year of Your Life by Sara Avant Stover

The Art of People by Dave Kerpen

Ayurveda Lifestyle Wisdom: A complete prescription to optimize your health, prevent disease and live with vitality and joy by Acharya Shunya

March 1, 2017

Thanks to Derek Sivers for the inspiration to create a Now page and thanks to Christina Katz for introducing me to the concept.

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