Book Reviews

How to Handle Sensory Challenges for Neurodiverse Children at Halloween

Sarah Bradley of ParentMap.com quoted me in her post about how to handle sensory challenges for neurodiverse children at Halloween. She used several of my tips, including: Comfy Costumes - start with a seat suit to make it feel cozy for your child, and consider one with a hood you can stitch ears onto if your child likes to huddle...[ read more ]

BUT, I DON’T WANT TO GO TO THE GYM!
HOW CAN I MAKE MYSELF FOLLOW THROUGH?

BUT, I DON’T WANT TO GO TO THE GYM! HOW CAN I MAKE MYSELF FOLLOW THROUGH? I was briefly quoted by Christopher Carosa, CTFA, in his article, “What Bagels, Loss Aversion, and Reframing the Company Match Can Show the 401k Fiduciary About How to Help Employees Save More Money for Retirement” in FiduciaryNews.com 2/27/2018 (link). Here’s some more of my...[ read more ]

From Retiree to Writer: One Author’s Journey

From Retiree to Writer: One Author's Journey When I took early retirement, I had an idea that I wanted to write a book. However, when faced with the drastic change from intense 9- to 12-hour workdays to full retirement mode, I went through a few phases before I settled into a retirement that worked for me: Recreation, Responsiveness, and Routine....[ read more ]



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