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Another pinner said, "One of the most important books I've ever read! A lot of parents are afraid of these kinds of conversations. You should be more afraid of not having them.” looks like a great book to have in the family library.

Whoa! Tip one is a real eye opener! For your kids.

Want to give this as a gift. It has been said that military life is "not for the faint of heart." But neither is it without its benefits and blessings. One thing is certain: It is an experience like no other--for both the soldiers and their families. In this collection, readers will experience the pride that wives, husbands, mothers, fathers, siblings, and friends feel when a loved one chooses to put his or her needs aside for the benefit of the country.

A Cup of Comfort for Military Families by Sell, Colleen

Millions of artists, entrepreneurs, crafters, and solopreneurs dream of making a living doing what they love. But turning their vision into a viable business plan can feel like fitting a square peg into a round hole. Jennifer Lee, Artizen Coaching founder, knows what it's like to make the entrepreneurial leap -- and how to do it successfully. The key is showing "square pegs" how to use -- rather than stifle ...

The Right-Brain Business Plan by Lee, Jennifer, Guillebeau, Chris

LOVED Judy Blume books!

"Career Match" is a one-of-a-kind guide that uses the author's revealing 10 minute self-assessment to help people discover their ideal work. Featuring in-depth chapters for each personality type, the book shows readers how to find a career that fits their passion and personality, and then shows them how to get it. It is an invaluable resource for those in need of direction, whether they're seeking a new path or trying to confirm that they're already on the right one.

No child left inside! The recipient of the 2008 Audubon Medal, Richard Louv identified a phenomenon we all knew existed but couldn't quite articulate: nature-deficit disorder. Since its initial publication, his book Last Child in the Woods has created a national conversation about the disconnection between children and nature, and his message has galvanized an international movement. Now, three years later, we have reached a tipping point, with the book inspiring Leave No Child Inside initiatives throughout the country. Nature-Deficit Disorder and extraneous shopping are without a doubt connected. Everyone craves beauty. So many are surrounded by store windows instead of nature. #nature #illness #dissociation #outdoors #play #children #child