Yell Less, Love More

Yell Less Love MoreA mom’s day is often filled with challenges ranging from fussy toddlers to troublesome teens. The everyday stressors associated with being a parent can become overwhelming, especially for moms of little children. Let’s be honest…we all have been there. How many times have you caught yourself raising your voice in a situation that really didn’t merit such angst?

Yell Less Love More Sheila McCraith is a mom just like us who decided to break the cycle by challenging herself to go 365 days without yelling after being caught in the act by her handyman. In her new release Yell Less, Love More available in stores and on-line now, she shares with readers how the Orange Rhino helped her stop yelling at her young sons while empowering herself to make a positive change for the entire family.

Yell Less Love More Interested in starting your own journey? It’s easy! This 30-Day Guide includes 100 alternatives to yelling, simple steps to guide you along the way, and honest stories of inspiration to keep you on track. You’ll even get the inside scoop on how Sheila’s creative Orange Rhino came to be. You’ll never look at the color orange in the same way again.

Yell Less Love MoreFrom simple tips like painting your nails orange or incorporating orange Post-it notes as visual reminders will help you stay the course. As you tackle sticky situations in your day-to-day routines, the Orange Rhino will help you feel the love. Stop by www.theorangerhino.com for more information on how to purchase the book plus other useful suggestions.

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When a twist of fate landed Jennifer Vido at the "Reading with Ripa" roundtable discussion with Kelly Ripa, her entrée into the publishing business officially began. As an author, columnist, and book reviewer, Jennifer dishes the scoop on the latest happenings in the world of publishing. Her popular author interview column Jen's Jewels appears on library websites around the country. Visit her website at www.jennifervido.com and follow her on Twitter @JenniferVido.