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A Woman’s Survival Guide to Disasters in Rural Mexico

I don’t know about you, but the constant death count being broadcasted by every single social media outlet has been stressing me out. Seeing exhausted doctors and nurses, watching politicians squabble, and still not being sure whether we are or are not under quarantine where I live makes me feel helpless. 

Because of this, during this unforgettable month of March, I stepped up my efforts on my “disaster” book, the latest in the Women’s Survival Guide series. It reduced my endless scrolling on Facebook and kept me focused on what I could do to prepare, rather than all the things I couldn’t. With all that attention, I was able to finish the book several months ahead of schedule.

Today I’m pleased to announce that A Woman’s Survival Guide to Disasters in Rural Mexico: A Framework for Empowered Living Through Crisis is available on Amazon. 

Since my main goal is to help other women create fulfilling lives in Mexico, the eBook version of A Woman’s Survival Guide to Disasters in Rural Mexico: A Framework for Empowered Living Through Crisis will be free for the next few days, so that everyone who wishes to, can get a copy. 

As we continue our daily activities even in the face of uncertainty, my hope is that going forward, we won’t feel as helpless about our situation when we have a plan of action to work with.

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