Burr.. it’s cold! I sure did pick an appropriate time of year to publish a book called The Snowball Effect. We don’t usually get very much snow where I live on the East Coast, but this winter has been a little different. The kids were out of school three days last week because of the snow, and we are supposed to get another 8-12 inches tonight. (That is a big deal around here.) For those of you who have read my book, you know that my husband is a big kid when it comes to the winter weather and is preparing to have lots of fun. (I really think he is more excited about the snow than my children.) I will light the fire and get the hot chocolate ready!
As the snow begins to fall, I watch my book build positive momentum. The dual process I am experiencing is really very cool. In my book, I teach others how to build positive momentum as I take baby steps to do the same thing. The book talks about facing your fears, expanding your vision, and taking baby steps to get to where you are going, and that is exactly what I am doing with this whole process.
Things are going well with The Snowball Effect: How to Build Positive Momentum in Your Life. I have a book signing event scheduled at Lululemon, an athletic clothing store, Fruitive, a wellness juicing bistro, and The Up Center, a counseling nonprofit facility, all within the next month. A portion of the proceeds from book sales will go to nonprofit organizations. Also, Yale University has just ordered my book for their clinic so that student therapists can read it. If you are interested in reading it or getting it for a friend, you can get it on amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com.
If you are currently going through a difficult time, this book can really help you. And if things are going smooth for you, you may be inspired and empowered by the simple reminders. So often we take so much for granted and stress over things that really won’t matter next month, next week, or even tomorrow.
To all of my blogging friends out there, thank you for being part of my personal ‘snowball effect’! Your support continues to mean so much to me, and I learn so much from you!
*If you are also experiencing this winter storm, stay safe, stay off the roads, and stay warm!