One of the new ventures is migrating all my blog posts into an archive on my new site which is found at https://www.authormcbeath.com.
You know the 3rd scariest book, but what about the other two?
…the most frightening novel I ever read–which still affects me
One of my favorite times of year is fall. Fall has Halloween, my absolute favorite holiday!
On October 9, 2021, we celebrate the birds on our planet that migrate, using magnetic fields, from their summer homes to their winter nests.
As a child, I was fascinated by 1) the possibility that I could be a scientist; 2) the idea of living on a starship; 3) the vastness of space and the unknown planets out there.
What causes Seasonal Affective Disorder? Doctors originally thought the depressive symptoms were psychiatric illnesses.
Dogs on vacation are exasperating! But at least, they are having a good time!
Choosing the color you need at a specific point in time, and choosing the garment to wear with that color, could make the difference in your mood, but also your productivity.
If you are seeking out health benefits of greenery around you, as well as cleaner air, why not stick with choices that are never toxic, are always beautiful and make your indoor air healthier?
Coral can be different to different people. But, it always grabs our attention. Using coral in your home can be life-changing.
Others are suffering through this, too. I empathize with them and tell them that cooler days are coming. In the meantime, I found this great photo of Gapstow Bridge in Central Park, in the autumn, when leaves are turning and it is a cool 45 degrees.
The village itself seems as if it is out of a story from the 1800’s. Yet, it continued to be a charming village up until the 1970’s, when developers took over the land.
After months of editing, formatting and designing, the actual book is here!
It is officially here and it is on Amazon—the e-book HOW TO FIND AND LOVE YOUR SMALL SPACE!
In my quest to see images of cute cottages in the middle of woodsy, overgrown flower gardens, I ran across this adorable, lace-curtained gem!
It is finally here, in pre-launch! The e-Book is available, for a discount until June 12!
I believe that anything under 200-sq.ft. is barely livable, but it appears that this tenant makes it work.
An acoustical ceiling company has created a mesmerizing You Tube video about color and its effect on us.
Today, Amazon uploaded my paperback book “How to Find and Love Your Small Space…” and it is now available for purchase. The Kindle e-book should be ready in a day to two and “Look Inside” as well.
One of the reasons I decided to write about finding joy by living in a “small space” is the stigma that I have felt here in New York about living in studio apartments.
With this book, a little preparation and some fearless attitude, you will become an expert in finding a small space you can afford and making it into a space you love.
My small space needs a furry animal to grace us with humor, playfulness, challenges and love.
What could I purge to make me feel like I am celebrating spring, in my small space?
Find your friends and hang onto them, if you can. If they don’t want to talk, or notice, or offer, or listen….they are not friends and nothing you do can make them into friends.
My Small Space Life books are in editing now, and will go into pre-launch in a couple of weeks. You can be the first to know by signing up for NEWS! As a grateful Thank You, I have written a small book entitled “Wellness Colors for Your Space”, which I will send to you, as… Continue reading e-Book Launch Countdown!
Now, at this time in your life, your tastes have evolved. You see flowers, or geometrics, and colors and they speak to you.
Using a color such as turquoise in your small space can add more than interest to the décor. It can add a level of wellness that you may not have anticipated.
Fast Company, the magazine of hip modern techies, wrote that “apartments are about to get smaller. That’s a good thing.” Usually, if Fast Company says it, it must be true. But in this case, not so much.
I have no shame in this. I have a deep, compelling urge to see color. I want it everywhere.
Finding myself an advocate for small space living, I focus on all the innovations, creative expressions and wonderful surprises that come with living in a small space. However, as reality does set in, from time to time, I must divert my attention to something not so wonderful—-the accumulation of paper.
If there is a way to fit your stuff into one large room with rent that is comfortable to pay, that way is your path to a more enjoyable life. I