You can read about how our family has prepared for everything from the Apocalypse to Zombies, including pandemics, economic collapse, and kakistocracy while you practice social distancing.
This compilation was a result of my participation in the A to Z Challenge in 2016 and my first blog to book project, so yet another reason why it’s a fitting end for the series of posts on Content Creative this month.
February 14 was International Book Giving Day. Of course, the idea is to get books into the hands of children, but who says adults must be left out of the book receiving fun!
So, in celebration of this holiday, I’m giving away the ebook version of International Event and Special Occasion List, an especially useful resource for bloggers. You can just head to Amazon and pick it up over the next few days. I’d be so grateful if you would leave a review on Amazon or Goodreads if you’ve already used the book and found it useful but it’s not required.
World Water Week begins on August 25 and August is National Water Quality Month. Looking at just one country’s problems might help bring the overwhelming world wide water crisis down to manageable numbers. Then again, maybe not.
Water is a dwindling resource in Mexico. More than 12 million people in Mexico do not have access to potable water. Approxiametely 21% of Mexico was suffering from severe drought in May.
A Woman’s Survival Guide to Mexican Healthcare is finally ready for release. The book covers the basics of the Mexican national healthcare system as it stands now, the reality of sexual assault, femicide, and abuse in Mexico, the role of the traditional curandera, and herbal remedies as alternative healing practices. Women living in all parts of Mexico (and Guatemala) candidly shared their health and wellness experiences so that other women will be better informed.
It is my hope that this book in some way empowers women who have moved to Mexico to have some measure control of their own healing. You can get it free at Amazon for the next few days.