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Monday, 22 August 2016

☀☄ Busy Mom's Cheat Sheet: Raising Happy Healthy Kids - Lilly Cadoch

Thank you for joining us on the Virtual Book Tour for Busy Mom's Cheat Sheet: Raising Happy Healthy Kids, a non-fiction, Food & Nutrition by (, Lilly Cadoch, 117 pages).

Mom’s Cheat Sheet was a finalist at the 2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards.

PREVIEW: Check out the book's synopsis and excerpt below. Read the first two chapters with Amazon Look Inside.

Busy Mom's Cheat Sheet: Raising Happy Healthy Kids is FREE on Kindle Unlimited and Kindle Owner's Lending Library.

Author Lilly Cadoch will be awarding a digital copy of Busy Mom’s Cheat Sheet to two randomly drawn winners via Rafflecopter during the tour.  

Comment on our post and follow the tour where you will be able to read other excerpts (☀), and reviews (✍).


Synopsis | Trailer | Teaser | About the Author |

Synopsis

Finally - a book that makes it easy to understand how to feed your kids body, mind and spirit for ultimate health and success!
  • Do you have the desire to feed your kids healthy food but don't know where to begin?
  • Are you a modern parent struggling to find balance for your children in a busy lifestyle?
  • Do you worry that your kids may not have all the necessary tools to reach their full potential?
Then this book is for you!

In this book you will learn how to teach your children to:
  • Make healthier food choices including 18 tips for foods to avoid
  • Have a battle-free and enriching bedtime routine
  • Integrate regular exercise into your kid's weekly schedule
  • Incorporate time management skills to allow more free time
  • Reprogram their minds for success to handle life's inevitable challenges
  • Includes 45 bonus recipes that are easy, quick and delicious!
Lilly Cadoch, certified health coach and mother of two boys, explains in a simple and understandable way, body, mind and spiritual lessons to teach your kids. She learned these lessons the hard way over many years and vowed to change that when she had her children. After witnessing first-hand the tremendous results this has had in her family, she wrote this book to share these lessons with all caregivers and their children. This book is a quick guide aimed at simplifying a lot of information into a very accessible and easy to understand way.

Teaser: Excerpt

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Introduction


My story dates back to when I was almost eight years old. My father passed away from cancer before his 34th birthday, and from the day I lost him, the childhood I had known was over. My mother was left with no financial security, three children to raise, and a lot of heart-ache. As the oldest of the three, I took on the role of raising my younger sister and brother. My mom had to work long hours, seven days a week, just to make ends meet. Watching her struggle, I made it my mission to become an independent woman who wouldn’t have to rely on a man to take care of me. I knew a big part of achieving that independence meant getting a good education, something my mom never had the opportunity to receive. I put my youth and the fun that should have come with it aside, making school work my number one priority. The focus on education paid off, allowing me to graduate high school with 4.2 GPA, followed by a 3.8 GPA and honors when I graduated from UC Berkeley with a psychology degree. My academic success allowed me to secure a job at a prestigious consulting company six months before graduating. I felt like I had finally achieved my goal: I was able to support myself without depending on anyone.
      Fast forward 20 years. I continued to climb up the corporate ladder in several different jobs on my way to reach financial freedom and seemed to do very well. One would think that with all of my successes, I would have felt confident and able. But I didn’t. I felt like a fraud. I always thought it was a matter of time until someone found out I didn’t know what I was doing. I was afraid they would ask me to do something at work I didn’t know how to do. I never had the internal confidence to be ready to face any situation, regardless if I was prepared or not.
      Looking back on everything, I can now say it was because I was never really taught about the value of self-worth and self-appreciation. I wasn’t given the support or praise I needed to establish a feeling of confidence in myself. I attributed any successes I accomplished to outside forces or just being lucky. I figured that anything I accomplished that came from working hard was due to pure luck, instead of realizing that who I was as a person along with my intelligence played a huge role in how things worked out for me. I internalized my failures and found myself afraid to take on challenges that I wasn’t 100% sure I would succeed in. I wasn’t interested in taking risks and I was afraid of change.<
      Now, being older and wiser and a mom myself, I no longer fault my mother for the struggles I faced. I can look back and understand that she did the best she could.   I actually credit her for teaching me perseverance and how to work hard to provide for my family even during tough times.
      The journey of trying to teach myself all the things I never learned as a kid has been long and challenging. I’ve learned that failure and success are joined together on the same path and one cannot exist without the other. I’ve learned that the ones who truly fail are the ones who end up giving up too early. I’ve learned that just because I feel fear doesn’t mean I should stop moving forward. Feel the fear and do it anyway. I’ve learned that self-love combined with a healthy lifestyle, such as eating healthy food, exercise, and sleep were just a few more things that can add to my success and happiness. Having these experiences and successfully learning from them made me want to help my kids and all kids by sharing my life lessons.

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Busy Mom's Cheat Sheet:
Raising Happy Healthy Kids

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About the Author

Lilly Cadoch is a certified Integrative Nutrition health coach and award-winning author living in New York with her husband Eli, her two boys Natanel and Itai, and her dog, Angel.

She has spent the last few years learning about nutrition and mindful living for both herself and her family while working full time.

Lilly has a passion for food and cooking and loves spending time in the kitchen experimenting with different recipes with her kids.

She spends her time educating herself on various different aspects of food and nutrition, creating life memories with her kids, going to spin class with her husband, and playing in her backyard garden.

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for participating in my book tour! Lilly

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