Happy to say that Moving In: Tales of an Unlicensed Marriage is a WINNER of the 5th annual “Living Now” book awards, celebrating must-read books that encourage better living. Moving In won the bronze award in the relationships & marriage category. I’ll take it! The award gives me street cred as I now try to convince Scott we need an indoor pool during phase 3 of our renovation! If you’re in a relationship, you’ll get a laugh out of this book. (Check out the reviews!)
I’m so happy to report that The Sell: The Secrets of Selling Anything to Anyone, my book with Fredrik Eklund, is an international bestseller. What a life inspiring ride it has been to work on this book with him. I now know from personal experience that his advice encourages you to discover and achieve your best self. If you haven’t gotten yourself a copy, check out the reviews… It’s inspiring and idea filled. I promise. Purchase at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or at your local bookstore.
Would love to see you at Barnes & Noble for a FUN talk and Q&A with Fredrik Eklund and me. Gossip will be dished. Grab a signed copy of The Sell before they’re gone.
When I was a kid growing up in South Carolina, I always made Valentines… for everyone in my class. It made me happy. This year I made Valentines and sent them to a few of my eldest sweethearts. I felt great joy making them and it makes me happy to know friends will soon open them and smile. Maybe you’ll make a few too?
I’ve got some easy ideas on how to make the loves of your life happy this Valentine’s Day. You can watch some ideas I shared on The Better Show HERE. Or watch my Aunt Jean try to outdo me HERE.
And if nothing else this Valentine’s Day, remember this
Life 101 advice:
Greet those you encounter with a smile. Besides being super affordable, it’s a last minute Valentine gift that keeps on giving.
You’ve heard the saying, “Time heals all wounds.” This time last year I was recovering from back surgery and couldn’t take my yearly ski trip with Scott and our pal Barbara Corcoran to #Sundance. As I recovered in bed, I shook off the feeling that I’d never ski again by making my mantra a quote from Buddha: “Let us rise up and be thankful, for if we didn’t learn a lot today, at least we learned a little, and if we didn’t learn a little, at least we didn’t get sick, and if we got sick, at least we didn’t die; so let us all be thankful.” See the joy in our faces at the FUN we had this year? So, yes, time does heal wounds. But during our adventure, I made note of a blind skier, a legless skier, an armless skier, and I realized that it’s not just time that heals wounds, it’s also determination. As you face the mountains in your life, I give you this Life 101 mantra: “I am too positive to be doubtful, too optimistic to be fearful, and too determined to be defeated.”