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stagnation of soul released
my mind is set free
explore unknown worlds
stagnation of soul released
my mind is set free
The Holidays, even if you budget for them, have a way of putting a strain on your wallet. While my kids were younger, I worked very hard to make sure they didn’t notice our limited budget by keeping Christmas a fun and active time while remaining focused on the true meaning of this holy season.
In my latest book, Frugal Seeds Christmas Edition: 101 Ways to Celebrate the Holidays on a Budget, I share many of the ways we celebrated the Christmas season while keeping our focus on the reason for the season.
I would be greatly humbled if you would take a moment to check it out. It is now available on Amazon in paperback and e-book and can be read FREE on KindleUnlimited. Thank you.
“I will honour Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all year.”
We read to know we are not alone. —C.S. Lewis
I love to learn and therefore I read. Reading is something I have struggled with since I was a young child, eventually discovering that I was dyslexic. But, I kept at it, and now I enjoy reading, although I am a slow and struggle with comprehension and retention. So, if I think the book is important, I take notes.
Through this journey called life, I have read a lot of books, mostly nonfiction. For a while, I mostly read books on natural healing, trying to discover ways to help myself where western medicine continued to fail me.
There are several books that have helped me on this health journey and I would like to share them with all of you. I realize all of our journeys are unique, but I feel that these three books could be beneficial to some.
The Grain Brain Whole Life Plan by David Perlmutter, MD
The UltraMind Solution by Mark Hyman, MD
Tired of Being Tired by Jesse Lynn Hanley, MD and Nancy Deville
So the question today is:
What book(s), if any, have you found helpful in your journey to heal?
Please take a moment to leave a comment below. I truly believe we are here to assist each other in life, and your recommendation may be the one that brings someone relief.
Thank you ~
*** No one on this site is providing medical advice. We are just offering comments on what has worked in our own lives ***
I have finally compiled the list of all the wonderful authors who left a comment on my post, pubished?!. I would like to thank everyone who listed their work, and if you would like to be included, please leave your information in the comment section below, thank you.
I would also like to encourage you to take a moment to check out the authors’ offerings below and show some love and encouragement to your fellow WP bloggers. Some of their books may be able to be checked out at a library if you cannot afford it, and many of the books can be read for free on Amazon through KindleUnlimited . I am NOT an Amazon affliate, so I am not benefiting from this suggestion, but you can sign up for a free 30-day trial and read all the books you would like and then make sure to cancel your membership before the 30 days.
So without further ado, here are the authors:
A Voice From Iran by Laleh
Climbing Over Grit and can be found here
Healthy Living Books by Linda
I’ve published a few books. The most popular print books (updated and re-printed last year) are ‘ Growing Winter Food’ and ‘Herbs & Spices’ They’re both on Amazon –
Growing Winter Food – https://www.amazon.com/Growing-Winter-Food-harvest-produce/dp/1620083264/
Rest Replenish Restore published by Summersdale in June this year. I’ve had some fabulous feedback from this book, including a gentleman who suffers with Parkinson’s and has expressed his love for the book and how it has helped him. Heart-warming when our work hits the right spot! https://summersdale.com/sd-book/rest-replenish-restore/
My book is The Shadow Boxers, Fighting Fibromyalgia, Your Personal Journal and can be found Here
My name is Larry Walker. I self-published a book titled, Faithful to Complete It – Missionary Memoir. It can be found here
I am self-published – A photographic essay- “Mission Trails, A Walk In The Park”
Also a selection of verses: “The Lord is My Shepherd”
Ryan Callahan’s Blog by Ryan
My book is called One Man’s Very Strange Supernatural Life. It is my testimony before God and man of the supernatural way I came to know Jesus and the supernatural life I have lived following Him.
Here is the link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BTN3CHG
Stress Free Homeschooling by Laura
I have written a 31 day devotional expressly for homeschooling mothers, but it would benefit anyone that struggles with negative thinking or needs encouragement from the Lord! It is called Stress-free Homeschooling: 31 Days to a Healthier Way of Thinking, and is available as an ebook at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073X4WRSL/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1499977486&sr=8-1&keywords=laura+hum . If readers prefer a printed copy, they can contact me directly on my wordpress site, and I will ship one to them.
Powered by Hope, Positivity, and Optimism: Where Religion, Science, and Nature Converge.
IT SAYS OUT OF PRINT BUT IF YOU’D LIKE A COPY I CAN ASK EKRAM!
Wendi at SimplyChronicallyIll.com
I have written 2 books, Frugal Seeds Summer Edition and Frugal Seeds 501 Ways to Make, Save or Stretch A Dollar both include helpful ways to save money and can be found here.
Zoolon aka George
My book is called The Words & Thoughts of a Dyslexic Musician. It can be found here
~ If you find that any of this information is incorrect, would like it to be presented differently, or links are not available, please let me know. I have never complied a post with so much outside information and links before and there are bound to be mistakes. Thank you.
Here is my question for all of you, have you ever published your work?
If you have a book that is available to purchase please leave it in the comments below and leave a link to where it can be purchased.
I know how much blood, sweat and tears goes into publishing and I want to provide another platform for you to get your work “seen.”
WordPress has such an amazing group of people and I know we all want to help each other and support each other to the best of our abilities.
PLEASE don’t be shy and PLEASE take a moment to look at the messages below to see what your fellow WP bloggers have been ups to. Thank you so very much!
~ wendi is the author of 2 books, you can view them here, thank you.
If you would like to be encouraged in your frugal endeavors and receive money saving tips, please follow us on Instagram @thefrugalsource
~ I am the author, under the pen name Charlie Lee Austin, of Frugal Seeds 501 Ways to Make, Save or Stretch a Dollar
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wendi, under the pen name Charlie Lee Austin, is the author of Frugal Seeds 501 Ways to Make, Save or Stretch a Dollar. You can read it for free with Kindle Unlimited through Amazon.
Here is a list of FREE things currently available from my Midwest small town library. I have wanted to do a post on all the free stuff that is available to you at your local library as I believe it is an underutilized community resource, especially for those of us living on a limited budget. Although I knew my small library had a lot to offer, doing research for this blog, I discovered even more resources……….so I encourage you to check out what your local library has to offer you!
Free rooms that you can reserve for studying or meetings (has computer, white board, and markers)
Charging stations for electronics
Links to two local newspapers through their website
Hoopla – movie, documentaries, TV shows, audiobooks, comic books and ebooks
Xbox & Wii games
Portable internet tablets that can checked out and used inside library
Cynoculars – can be checked out for home use
Portable recharger – can be checked out for home use
WiFi hotspot – to check out for home use
Monthly book club – adults
Monthly book club – homeschool grade school
Needle art group
Paws to read – kids read to therapy dogs to increase reading skills
Story time for babies
Story time for toddlers
Saturday crafternoons – drop in crafts for school aged kids
Weekly teen classes
OverDrive – audiobook and book downloads
My library rewards – receive points for checking out items and earn free food, classes and museum passes from the surrounding communities
RB digital – free e-magazines
Tumble book of the day – animated audio kids’ books
eSebco database – digital nonfiction childrens’ books
MyON books – digital childrens’ books
Genealogy room – Librarian to assist with your research needs
Childrens’ area – w/books, tables, computers and lego play area
Teen area – booths, tables, books, board games, coloring sheets
Community events information
Please take some time to see what your library has to offer you……..
~ wendi, under the pen name Charlie, is the author of The Frugal Seeds: 501 Ways to Save, Stretch or Make a Dollar.
Until next time….
Those of us who are chronically ill tend to spend our free time participating in less physical activities such as reading. Since most of us are on a budget due to those endless medical bills, I have done my best to compile a list of websites that offers free reading material. It is my hope that this list will be beneficial to even the biggest bibliophile. Happy exploring!
wendi, under the pen name Charlie, is the author of Frugal Seeds: 101 Ways to Make, Save or Stretch a Dollar. I would appreciate you taking a moment to check it out. Thank you.