Author: Aria Lewis

During the lockdown period, families were forced to learn to prepare and eat meals in their homes. It was a period when our eating habits changed dramatically. We could no... Read More

I spent nearly a decade caring for my mother as an unpaid caregiver. My book One Caregiver’s Journey outlines the changes and challenges I faced. I learned to budget my... Read More

The world is getting younger; the Unity retires everyone at forty—just before they disappear. The world is getting older; in the hardscrabble outlands, everyone expects to work hard for most of... Read More

Jocelyne Ranucci saved her own life. Through a spiritual journey begun following painful life lessons and abusive relationships, she discovers her true power: to transform, transcend, and create a perfect... Read More

A true successful literary work is one that can touch the lives of its readers. Giving substantial content to readers has to take a lot for an author— time, effort,... Read More

During catastrophic times, hope can be hard to find. In fact, as we are approaching the end of 2021, many are exhausted because of the ongoing pandemic—with new variants emerging.... Read More

Why is it that little has changed how one researches and evaluates health care despite all the health policy reforms, clinical practice innovations, increasing intersectoral interdependencies, and new medical and... Read More

This book is a collection of eight essays that was written to communicate what the author learned working with people of all ages, sexual orientations, and walks of life for... Read More

If you have a mother, father, uncle or dear friend that is getting up there in age, then there may come a time where you have to move closer to... Read More

At the time of their birth, a child becomes attracted and interested in the blurry colors and images that they first see and, later on, progresses to facial expressions and... Read More