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Tina Turbin Praises Another Author

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I seldom meet or speak to a man that is SO into family that he devotes his life to spreading his views, hopes and dreams as an author by helping families to improve or be happier. I got goose-bumps just speaking to this man over the phone, though I was thrilled to meet this man, and I felt like I had an instant friend.

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Successful Tips to Get Your Child to Eat Vegetables!

I’ve written my 2nd article for the September issue of the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) newsletter, which focuses on: fun, sure-fire ways to help your child to actually LIKE eating vegetables, as well as proven methods to “sneak” vegetables in to many of your everyday meals.

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Author Tina Turbin Writes About “Achieving Prosperity”

Prosperity and achieving one’s goals is an essential aspect of our lives.

This is the topic of my latest article contribution to the Baby Boomer Knowledge Center. I encourage you to read it at the above link.

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Tina Turbin on the Radio – Speaking About “Life’s Goals” and “Life after Mom-hood”

Author Tina Turbin will be on the Best Boomer Towns radio show tomorrow, Thursday the 1st of October at 3:30 p.m. Eastern time, discussing such important topics as:

* The importance of establishing personal goals for oneself.

* How to be truly happy with one’s goals.

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Author Tina Turbin on the “Women Making a Difference” radio show!

I’m very excited about my upcoming appearance on the “Women Making a Difference” radio show.

Will you join me and listen in? On Monday 9/28/09 at 6:30 p.m. EST, click here to be directed to the radio show website.

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How do you make reading and writing fun for kids?

I am thrilled and honored to be associated with a very fine educator, Carlynn McCormick. What she shares through her written words is spot on. Please enjoy and do give her your feedback. Please reply to me if you’d like me to share more of Carlynn! Tina

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Tina Turbin Speaks Out – How to Get Organized

Let’s pick up where I left off about my schedule and how I get so much done. To be organized is a good thing and to have a schedule of some sort is always helpful. Sometimes SO MUCH is happening and I have so many deadlines that I think I am going around in little circles. Piles of papers, files, the computers and computer screens. I research and write about companies regarding kids and their health, gluten-free and family issues as this all also aligns with my personal goals to help improve the quality of life and health of others. I write for other publications and sites and it can get a bit overwhelming to keep up with all that is required and to also keep on top of the Danny the Dragon series, tours and my humanitarian interests. This is my what I do: keep a large calendar and I mean LARGE. Write out the appts. and deadlines. Or if you are an aspiring author, set goals. I have found that e-mails are the black hole. I use discipline and do not allow myself to get into them unless I have done what is really important. I also do not at all bother with answering all my e mails as I only reply to those that are important. Some can wait until the week-end or even the next month if you are truly too busy. I do not use my phone or computer for my MAIN calendar. It just does not work for me. To have one BIG calendar up for me to see at all times keeps me focused and organized. Good help is another factor as we all know.

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Tina Turbin – guest speaker on the “Single Again, Now What?” radio show

This past Wednesday I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Joanie Winberg on her radio show: “Single Again, Now What?”

We took an in-depth look at the subjects of children’s literature, the home environment and the roles of parenting, and went over proven solutions to turn the raising of our children, successfully in our favor.

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Author Tina Turbin – interviewed on the “Garden of the Soul” radio show

Yesterday it was a pleasure to be interviewed on Lynn Serafinn’s “Garden of the Soul” radio show.

We talked about the “Danny the Dragon” book series and my overall
intentions to inspire kindness and friendliness as well as healthy eating and dietary awareness in children; and we also delved into such important topics as the ways in which authors, parents and teachers can use literature to spark positive change in our children, and much, much more.

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Homeschooling May Be Worth a Try

     It used to be that homeschooling had a certain stigma to it. When people heard the word, they pictured a child isolated at home from children his age and indoctrinated into his parents’ extremist views. However, homeschooling has steadily grown in popularity over the years, and it’s widely acknowledged now that homeschooling provides many benefits.

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