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Mama Says, “Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees!” by Iris Mack

Dr. Iris Mack’s financial literacy book “Mama Says Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees!” is focused on teaching students that math can be fun and key to understanding money and interest. Book Details: Book Title: Mama says, ”Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees!” Author: Iris Marie Mack, PhD, EMBA Category: Middle-Grade Non-fiction, 48 pages Genre: Financial and …

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Interview with Jae Ellard: Author of Success With Stress

Disclosure: I received a free copy of Success With Stress by Jae Ellard to review and share my thoughts with my community here on my website and social media outlets. For years now, stress seems to be a constant in my life. There are times when it overwhelms me; times when it propels me and …

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I’m Beautiful – African Beauty Box

Disclaimer: I received I’m Beautiful, an African Beauty Box, free of charge to share my thoughts with my community. No other compensation has been received or promised. Earlier this month, the owner of the I’m Beautiful African Beauty Box reached out to me and asked if I would be interested in receiving and reviewing their …

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Giving Candy to Strangers by Stan Holden

I hadn’t even gotten through the first page of Stan Holden’s Giving Candy to Strangers: Tips for Creating Abundance Through Heart-Centered Sales that I received through iRead Book Tours to review and I had to put the book down – to find a highlighter and pen to take notes and document AH-HA moments! This sentence truly jumped …

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The Thread That Binds by Alice Hayes #BookReview

I received The Thread That Binds by Alice Hayes through iRead Book Tours. As always, all opinions shared are my own. At first I was apprehensive about reading The Thread That Binds because it dealt with new mothers and that stage is way behind me. However, the story of five women forming a bond of friendship …

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Really Good F Words by Lorrie Forde

I received Really Good F Words written by Lorrie Forde to review through iRead Book Tours. As always, all the opinions shared are my own. There were two things that affirmed this book and I were going to work out well together. Flipping through it, the first sentence my eyes landed on was: “Self-care is …

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Emotions and Self-Love #CreativeSelfLove

Disclosure: I received a complimentary digital copy of Cheryl Bridge’s book “Me, Myself, & I ~ 28 Days of Creative Self-Love”. My opinion and my inner wisdom are authentic and 100% my own. #CreativeSelfLove is definitely different than any other self-help or journaling activity I have participated in. The key is to create a multidimensional experience …

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When Dreams Touch by Rosemary Hanrahan

I received When Dreams Touch by Rosemary Hanrahan to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours, as always, all the opinions shared are my own. Caught between the 1980’s HIV/AIDS global pandemic and the devastating January 2010 earthquake in Haiti, three women strive to realize their dreams. Pregnant and uneducated, 16-year-old Adelaide trades her dream of …

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Lessons In Military Leadership for Entrepreneurs: An Army Wife’s Perspective

Sometimes your lessons in entrepreneurship come from the most unsuspecting sources. I was first drawn to his quiet command. A man of very little words, a smile that started in his eyes and slow to reach his lips. When he spoke, it was concise and to the point. He was a watcher. I noticed him …

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