Author Archives: Marsha Law

About Marsha Law

Hello, my name is Marsha, and I'm a craftaholic, fabricholic, bibliophile, and Crazy Cat Lady. I run with scissors and iron for fun; my neighbours bring stray furbabies to my door; I explore random nooks and crannies all over the world; I mix metaphors; and I dream of getting my small aircraft pilot's licence, moving to a warm climate, starting an international pet sanctuary (aka the Kitty Ranch) ... Um, yeah, flaps up!

Where’s my nose been?

I’ve been missing for a while. The last few years have been dedicated to reading dry textbooks and onerous academic articles. Talk about sucking the enjoyment out of print material.  School is almost over, the degree is almost in the … Continue reading

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The Renaissance Soul: Life Design for People with Too Many Passions to Pick Just One

Review coming, but it’s gonna be a glowing one!

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Good Morning!

I started out my day doing something I haven’t done in about 20 years. Before I even got out of bed, I read a chapter of a truly inspiring book. Then, and only then, did I go to the bathroom … Continue reading

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Reaching Out: Interpersonal Effectiveness and Self-Actualization

Wow! What a piece of work! Good intentions notwithstanding, this book is a disaster! It’s in its 10th edition since 1972 and nobody has bothered to edit or proofread it. First the good stuff: It does cover several topics that … Continue reading

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StrengthsQuest

More detailed and in-depth than Strengths Finder. It also comes with an activation code for the online assessment. You will get your results as your Top 5 themes and you can print reports that will help you understand each theme … Continue reading

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StrengthsFinder 2.0

This book is an excellent starting point to finding your life’s purpose. The book itself, though, is not enough to help guide you through the self-discovery process and the changes that follow. It comes with an activation code that you … Continue reading

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