Gifts for Mom (and for you, too).

May 2, 2020

With everything that’s been going on lately, some of us may have forgotten to get Mother’s Day gifts. That’s okay—you can still get a gift to your Mom, or another favorite person in your life, by next Sunday, May 10. And if you’re looking for suggestions, I have a few (and a gift for you!): 

A gift of strength. Cherries in Winter: My Family’s Recipe of Hope in Hard Times is about my Mom telling me the stories of our family’s resilience and strength during the Great Depression, World Wars, and other calamities. It will remind you of your own family stories of strength, and now is a great time to remember and rely on those stories. The book comes with my family’s recipes, and the audiobook is read by me. 
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A gift of escape. Beach Glass is a good novel for anyone who wants to get away from it all. Go with Katie on an adventure to Costa Rica, where she meets the love of her life, and her true self. Instead of me describing it, here’s a review from D_Cat: “I have read Suzan’s other books and was not sure what to expect. It is a great romance with a beautiful ending. I loved this book so much I gave it to 4 people as a Mother’s Day gift.”
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A gift of mindfulness. Yoga Mind: Journey Beyond the Physical has 30 spiritual tools to help us find strength, our inner peace, and our natural mindfulness. It’s ancient wisdom that’s perfect for modern times. If Mom, or you, or someone you know could use a daily dose of uplifting calm, Yoga Mind is the answer. 
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And now, a gift for you: I recently made two guided meditations to help people take a deep breath and find some peace during this stressful time. They’re yours, free. Just click here to listen. 

I know this has been a challenging time for all of us. But we will get through this, together. One of the ways we can get through it is with the simple joy of honoring those we love. And don’t forget to honor yourself, too.

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