Business remains steady for Janice Beetle Books, and Beetle Press is getting busy again as well. Through my PR business, I write blogs and craft press releases for Thornes Marketplace in Northampton
Using My Relatively New Superpowers to Fight Against COVID-19
I am still feeling the financial effects of COVID-19.
Bug Byte: I’m Worried about Children
Note: Bug Bytes are simple snippets, quick thoughts. Thanks for reading. This is a scenario that’s played out multiple times when I’ve been running on the Manhan Rail Trail or in the woods near my
How I Accidentally Found a Way to Help Parents and Children
I’ve always been a big believer in the idea that things happen for a reason. And if we are tapped into our hearts and paying attention, we can pair what we’re noticing with our own intuition and take
Bug Byte: Where’s Your Face, Mommy?
Note: Bug Bytes are simple snippets, quick thoughts. Thanks for reading. I realized the other day that my little grandbaby Phoibe has never seen her parents’ faces.
Bug Byte: Sign of the Times
Note: Bug Bytes are simple snippets, quick thoughts. Thanks for reading. On Monday, April 27, the Daily Hampshire Gazette in Northampton, Massachusetts, printed a great piece on how to talk to
Bug Byte: Take Care of our Trails!
Note: Bug Bytes are simple snippets, quick thoughts. Thanks for reading. Jacques and I hiked up Mount Tom last weekend, and I noticed with a sad heart that the heavy use of our trails in these
Reinvent Yourself by Following Your Heart
I have had to reinvent myself many times in life, most markedly in 2002, when I got divorced from my first husband, and in 2010, when I was laid off from a job I loved four days before my second
Remembering to Breathe
I’ve been putting myself through my own, home-grown yoga routine a few times each week in my home gym since the start of 2018, my Year of Strength. I’ve considered it a workout, though. Not a
By far the best pastime is watching my new baby granddaughter, Phoibe, on a webcam provided by Baystate Health, where she was born on March 29. Phoibe has to hit some more milestones before she can