SERIES: Single Mom Blogger You Should Know: Pam Grout, author of "E-Squared: Nine Do-It-Yourself Energy Experiments That Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality"

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So excited to share with you that Pam's new book, E-Cubed: Nine More Energy Experiments that Prove Manifesting Magic and Miracles is Your Full-Time Gigis now available and is already in its Second Printing. Another NY Times Bestseller in the works! Congrats, Pam!


The Single Mom Bloggers and Authors You Should Know

In this multi-part series, I'm introducing you to other single mom bloggers and authors you need to be reading. You can find links to every lady in the series below ... 

I'm so excited to introduce you to single mom Pam Grout, 16-time author and travel blogger. She wrote one of my new favorite books: E-Squared: Nine Do-It-Yourself Energy Experiments That Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality.

Blogger & Author Pam Grout 

What I Like About Her and E-SquaredAnyone who has read The Successful Single Mom book knows I'm a huge fan of books by Catherine Ponder and Florence Scovel Shinn, the Law of Attraction, and all things spiritual. I've been a manifesting super freak for over 20 years, and have included prosperity work in my books and classes because quite honestly I love it when things just show up and I don't have to work so hard for them. Lazy? Genius? You decide. In any event, I've not quite been able to "manifest on demand every single time" so when I discovered Pam's book, E-Squared I couldn't wait to read it and try out the energy experiments, especially after reading all of the amazing reviews. So I read it, all the way through, in less than two days. I love it because it lives up to it's promise: proof beyond all doubt back up by scientific evidence that we all create our realities, and anything we want to have in our lives, including shiny objects and oodles of cash, we can have. Don't believe me? Try it yourself. It will be the best $1.99 or $10.98 you. have. ever. spent. Buy it. Read it. You're welcome!

Happy Birthday!


It's my birthday! I'm a huge birthday person ... in fact, for the last {a-hem} several years, I've sent out a notice on the first of September to my friends and family ... "You've got 22 shopping days!" This year I posted on Facebook that I wanted this in large quantities and pretty much nothing else. Raise your hand if you agree! {I had some, it's a-maz-ing...}

Since I don't know when your birthday is, I'm going to have to give you a gift for my birthday. Fair enough? I thought you'd like that ... you see, I'm not just excited about my birthday. I'm always equally excited to celebrate someone else's birthday. Right now I'm beyond excited to have all of the books in The Successful Single Mom book series in production to become audio books. In fact, the first two are already for sale, and if you go here you can get one of them for free*! 

I love audiobooks because I can listen while I'm doing other fun activities, like laundry, grocery shopping, hanging out during Lexi's karate sessions, and driving. Yes, you might be sensing some sarcasm. Seriously, I don't have as much time as I'd like to curl up with a great book, but I do have a fair amount of time I spend cleaning and doing tasks that don't require my mental focus. I always make sure I'm using that time to feed my mind with something positive.

The side benefit of listening to something positive is I'm taking advantage of GIGO: good stuff in, good stuff out. I stay focused on my goals and outcomes, and am able to maintain my positive attitude more easily. I highly suggest you add this habit to your arsenal because listening to something amazing while you cross mundane tasks off your list is inexpensive, painless and incredibly effective.

But wait, there's more! Next book in production is Now available: The Successful Single Mom Finds LoveI have just a few codes for the audiobook, so if you leave a message in the comment section of this blog about why you're ready to bring new love into your life, I'll choose 5 at random the end of the month. One more possible gift for you! 

Have a great week and Happy Birthday!


In Love and in Life, You Get What You Focus On

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There was a period of time when I said {mostly to myself}, "Down with men" at least once a day. I was suspicious of any male person who was nice, because I was pretty sure it was inauthentic.

In my coaching business, I hear it all. While my clients share their goals and dreams with me, they also share what they're up to ... and it's not always good. For a few months, it seemed like every single male client I worked with was having an affair. Their smart, nice, gorgeous wives had no idea, and went about their business as if all was well. While I worked behind the scenes to help them live in integrity, I secretly wondered if all men were untrustworthy jack-holes.

It turns out they're not, but I had an important mental shift to make before I could find what I was looking for.

How to Get Everything You Want

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I'm finally back in the swing of things after getting my daughter back into school. We've finalized her schedule, picked some extra-curricular activities, and gotten her situated in general. Where does that leave me? More importantly, since by now you've gotten your kids back in school, where does that leave you? 

Probably trying to figure out how to get the most of what you want out of what you've already got! Huh?! In other words, if you want some things in your life you don't have right now, is it possible to get them?

This time of year starts, at least for me, the start of a "new year" ... new school year equals new year for me. And, every new school year I start a new 100 days ... this year I started my 100 days on September 10th, so my 100th day will be my daughter's last day of school before holiday break. {If you haven't read The Successful Single Mom, you're probably scratching your head and wondering what I'm talking about. Learn more in here, and get your *free* 100 day plan here.} 

Single Mom Self-Esteem Boosters

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If you're anything like me {and I know you are, because I get your emails!}, your self-esteem took a beating both during your relationship and as you have become a single mom. As if the daily challenges of being a single mom were not enough, you have the added social stigma that comes with being a solo parent. While I think society is becoming more accepting of single moms, I think we still have a long way to go. HOWEVER, I'm not one to sit back and wait -- I'm more of a take-charge and make things happen kind of gal. 

Which is why I believe it is up to you to take how you feel about yourself and your situation and intentionally drive it up about a zillion notches until you're feeling pretty darn amazing about yourself.