When not curled up with a good book, Marie Bostwick can usually be found in her office, trying to write one.
A New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of eighteen uplifting works of historical and contemporary fiction, Marie’s books are beloved by readers across the globe.
Drawing on her lifelong love of quilting and her unshakable belief in the power of sisterhood, Marie’s popular ...
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It’s a new year and the start of a new decade. So it’s no wonder people have been writing post after post about what they were doing ten years ago and what they're looking forward to in the next decade.
Me? I am VERY excited about a writing project I’m undertaking in 2020, something completely ...
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In 2018, I posted a recipe for Chicken Parmesan that clocked in with only 6 Weight Watchers Freestyle points. It was a yummy dish and I was very pleased with the results.
My inspiration came from the classic dish served at my favorite local Italian bistro. The food is good, the service friendly, ...
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I’m excited to be working with my fierce friend, Peggy Doviak, and to her share some wisdom on strategies and tasks for financial planning - particularly creating a budget - to set us up for success next year.
Peggy is the author of 52 Weeks to Prosperity along with other guest blogs posts you ...
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Hardly a week goes by when I don’t make a big pot of soup. During a busy week (which is pretty much every week!) it feels so good to know I’ve got something on hand that is tasty, hearty and quick to serve.
Soup really does check off all the boxes for me. Depending on the recipe, it’s a healthy ...
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I try to keep a positive outlook in my life and on my blog. I also try to keep the stress and feelings of overwhelm far, far away. But I have to admit that 2019 was not my favorite year or best year, especially when it came to handling stress.
There were certainly many good things that came out ...
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Christmas really is my favorite season. So, it's always a bit of a letdown when the holiday has passed - or it would be if my other favorite season didn't follow so closely on its heels. You know what season I'm talking about, right?
Goal setting season!
Hmmm...Judging from the silence that ...
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