Books, Health, Healthy eating, Latina writer, Non-fiction, water footprint, Water sustainability, WoWW, Writing

How We Can “Eat Less Water” And Help The Environment

When the well is dry, we know the value of water- Benjamin Franklin For thousands of people in Flint, Michigan and East Porterville, California, the well dried up. For 800 million people around the world, the well is dry. There's a new book arriving on November 1st, 2017 titled "Eat Less Water." The author and… Continue reading How We Can “Eat Less Water” And Help The Environment

Health, Inspiration, poetry, Revision, Self Care, Staycations

A Bargain Way to Refresh, Renew, and Revive Yourself

Hello, I've been in the midst of digesting an editorial letter on a manuscript I sent in for editing. The information was a lot to process and there's a ton of work in front of me. I've felt overwhelmed with the task of rewriting and revision. Feeling overwhelmed happens to all of us. Sometimes it's… Continue reading A Bargain Way to Refresh, Renew, and Revive Yourself

Affordable Health Care Act 2010, Health

Why Complaining is Useless and Protest is Useful

  Life between the sheets (of paper) can be busy and distract especially in the post-election and pre-inauguration days. Many people are frustrated and frightened with the PEOTUSĀ rhetoric and impending changes. I know I am. I haven't written about my disappointment with the election except for a November post on hope and social activism. I… Continue reading Why Complaining is Useless and Protest is Useful

Healing, Health, poetry, Self Care, tough times, Wisdom

What to Do When You Don’t Feel Safe

This has been a frightening week, interspersed with personal trying periods, and a need to bury my head for a couple of hours at a time. My daughter texted me after the tragedy in Nice, France.   I hated that she felt unsafe. I hated that I couldn't stretch my arms across 1,000 miles and… Continue reading What to Do When You Don’t Feel Safe