Rest, Don’t Stress Part 2: Perfection vs. Interdependence

By judyelane@gmail.com | September 7, 2022 | 0 Comments

In my post, Rest Don’t Stress: Silencing the Madwoman, I discussed that to have a “rest” mindset, we must learn to love ourselves. Loving myself is not a new concept for me. Years ago, I heard a pastor discuss the famous “Love Your Neighbor as Yourself” concept in the Bible. He pointed out that to […]

This AND That—Why Two Things Can Be True at the Same Time

By judyelane@gmail.com | August 29, 2022 | 0 Comments

Self-Compassion requires recognizing that either/or’s don’t always apply to feelings or experiences Is mental health important? Mental health, or mental well-being as I prefer to call it, has gotten a lot more attention in recent decades. Increasing understanding has shed light on how our mental wellness ties to every part of our lives—our job performance, […]

What Should I Do First if I Want to Write a Book? Three Goals You Must Set

By judyelane@gmail.com | August 15, 2022 | 0 Comments

Part III This is the last of a series on setting goals for your book. In this post, I’ll go over the last of three goals you must set if you want to write a successful book in today’s increasingly competitive, overcrowded book market. Introduction First, let’s look at what we’ve covered in my previous […]

What Should I Do First if I Want to Write a Book? Three Goals You Must Set: Part II

By judyelane@gmail.com | August 1, 2022 | 0 Comments

In my last post, I discussed why it’s important to set goals if you want to be an author, and the first of three goals you should have for writing a book. In this post, we’ll cover the second of those goals. But first, a recap. Setting Goals is Key to Writing a Book Simply […]

What Should I Do First if I Want to Write a Book? Three Goals You Must Set

By judyelane@gmail.com | July 18, 2022 | 0 Comments

Part I Today’s post is part of a series on the goals you have to set when you decide to write a book. In this post, I’ll look at why setting goals is important, what kind of goals I’m talking about, and the first of the three most important goals. Why is it important to […]

How to Write a Successful Book: The 6 Things MORE Important Than the Words

By judyelane@gmail.com | June 20, 2022 | 2 Comments

In this article, I’ll tell you the six things MORE important than writing that make a book successful. Why? When I tell people I’m a ghostwriter, it opens a side of them that people close to them may not see. I hear things like: “I’d love to write a book!” Or “I’ve been told I […]

How to Improve Mental Wellness? Five Lessons I’ve Learned . . .

By judyelane@gmail.com | June 6, 2022 | 0 Comments

Part 2 “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” goes the old maxim attributed to Benjamin Franklin. Do you think about that in the light of your mind or emotions? Our society recognizes the importance of preventive health for our bodies. Example: In my previous post in this series, I mentioned that […]

Remember the Fallen: Three Reasons We Need Flawed, Imperfect Heroes

By judyelane@gmail.com | May 23, 2022 | 0 Comments

As Memorial Day approaches, let’s take a moment to contemplate “fallen heroes” in our own lives—even if they’re still alive. “Who is a spiritual hero in your life?” A few weeks ago, this was the ice-breaker question at a small bible study I attended. As others in the group began volunteering answers, I remained stymied: […]

How to Improve Mental Wellness? Five Lessons I’ve Learned . . .

By judyelane@gmail.com | May 9, 2022 | 0 Comments

Part 1 Are you healthy if you never see a doctor unless it hurts bad enough? “Of course not,” most of us would say. We try to “eat healthy,” whatever that means to us. We watch our weight, go to the gym, schedule annual check-ups, and brush our teeth. So why don’t we treat our […]

Blogging: A Way to Build Trust (and Some Tips to Help You Do It)

By judyelane@gmail.com | April 25, 2022 | 0 Comments

Is blogging overrated? Maybe. But do it right, and it can still pack a marketing punch. “Do you want to hear some feedback you might not like?” A few weeks ago, I got this Facebook message from an alleged marketing guru I had connected with. We’d “met” in the virtual world on someone else’s social […]