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Sheila's Brain Blog

Author | Personality Expert | Speaker | Educator

Your Romantic Green Brain

 Your Romantic Green Brain Last night my Green Brain husband and I were reminiscing about our romantic relationship. Jordan’s Blue Brain comment resonated with my Blue Heart when he said, “Our marriage is like creating a pearl. The layers of life build one upon the other… they are the layers of love!” This morning, I had…

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Mom’s Message

MOM’S MESSAGE© Because it is Diabetes Research and Management Month, I wanted to share my Mom’s Message from, Purr-fect Pals: A Kid, A Cat and Diabetes©, my picture book for children with diabetes with you.Mom’s Message“Someday, you will never want to change what has happened to Joshua,” my friend Joyce told me as she and I stood…

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Your Blue Romantic Brain

Your Blue Romantic Brain This morning, my husband, Jordan, and I enjoyed observing a pair of robins scurrying around one of our perennial gardens collecting materials for the nest. They were surveying the soil and scrutinizing plant remnants before spearing dried grasses and pecking soggy leaves. It was fascinating to watch as each precise component was…

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Brain Color Library News

Brain Color Library News   I love libraries… their filled with words! It makes sense… I am an author, a voracious reader and “I’ve been wrapped up in words since the day I was born.” Read my introduction if you are curious about the last statement.   I have fond memories of the library in…

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Celebrating our 41st Wedding Anniversary!

Celebrating Our 41st Wedding Anniversary! The formal engraved invitation read:  Mr. and Mrs. Alexander I. Newman request the honour of your presence   at the marriage of their daughter                         Sheila Ann                                 to             Jordan Edward Glazov         Sunday, the ninth of AprilNineteen hundred and sixty-seven                    at three o’clock  West Suburban Temple Har Zion            River Forest,…

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Diabetes Research and Management Month

Diabetes Connections and THE DASH to Cure Diabetes This month is Diabetes Research and Management Month and one of my favorite words resonated with me again… Synchronicity. The synchronicity began with my friend, Caryn Amster, author of Pied Piper of South Shore . Caryn sent me an article that had appeared in the Daily Herald Newspaper. The story highlighted Jenna…

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Your Yellow Romantic Brain

Your Yellow Brain Romantic Relationship It’s Spring…is the blossom of your romantic relationship budding, blooming or has the blossom withered and in need of a little tender loving care? If you answered “Yes” to any of the above, you’ve come to the right blog post. In personal relationships contrasting Brain Color attributes and abilities can complement or destroy…

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Books, Books, Books…

Books, Books, Books… The Barnes and Noble College Booksellers Annual Meeting/Back to Campus Show on Thursday, April 3rd was bazaar of vendor booths and books, including 500 copies of What Color Is Your Brain?. The genesis of my attendance at the B & N event and book signing was a communication between Nicole Gallo, Executive Director Sales & Marketing at Rittenhouse Book…

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Your “Brainbow” Personality

Your “Brainbow” Personality Sir Isaac Newton  discovered that when a prism broke up light, it revealed a continuous play of color—a rainbow. By definition, a rainbow is:1.a spectrum of brilliant color,  2.highly varied or multifaceted.3.any multicolored arrangement or display.You could select one or all of the definitions to describe your Brain Colors or “Brainbow.”The structure…

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Synchronicity

Synchronicity       Marion-Webster’s 11th College Dictionary defines Synchronicity as: the coincidental occurrence of events and especially psychic events (as similar thoughts in widely separated persons or a mental image of an unexpected event before it happens) that seem related but are not explained by conventional mechanisms of causality — used especially in the…

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Authors’ and Illustrator’s “Food For Thought”

Authors’ and Illustrators’ “Food For Thought”  On Saturday, March 22nd, I was delighted to participate in the SCBWI-Illinois (Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators – Illinois Chapter) “Food For Thought” Program at the Gail Borden Public Library in Elgin, Illinois. Authors, Sara Shacter and Natalie Rompella, organized and hosted an engaging and educational program for published authors and illustrators to have their…

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Have Fun Listening to the Orange Brainers

Have Fun Listening To The Orange Brainers This Orange Brain Color Tips is the last post for International Listening Awareness Month. If you think you need a “Color-filled” listening skill refresher, please scroll down the left side bar of the blog to the Category Archive. Remember, it easy to recognize an Orange Brainer, having a good time……

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