Taite Adams is a successful marketer and published author who has traded in the high cost of low living for a much more peaceful, and rewarding, life. Free of alcohol and drugs for over a decade and an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous, Taite (not her real name) enjoys living a sober life and sharing those joys with her family, friends and people looking for a better way to live. She is an avid boater, licensed Coast Guard Captain and prolific traveler. While her bucket list remains long, each day brings a shining new opportunity to cross something off the list or discover something new - and for that she remains forever grateful.
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Smashwords book reviews by Taite Adams
Dallas Dozen: Free Family Fun
on June 09, 2015
Great guide to family fun in Dallas - We have a lot of family in the Dallas area and are getting ready to take an extended vacation there this summer. While I'm sure that they will want to show us some sights, we actually want to take off quite a bit on our own and do some family activities around Dallas. I just finished reading author Carolyn Lis' "Dallas Dozen" and am now more excited than ever for this trip. With a list of a ton of activities in Dallas that are either free or super cheap to keep the family entertained, from parks and farmer's markets to museums and festivals, this is a must-have guide to the Dallas area.
No Solid Ground: Renewable Contentment and Sustainable Happiness in an Age of Uncertainty
on June 10, 2015
Engaging and thought-provoking read - As technological pioneers, we really seem to think that we've mastered the universe in the 21st century. What most people don't understand is that those that came before us had a much better grasp of what was going on than we do and that we have done a fair job of adding to the chaos. Author Jeffrey Miller addresses these ideas and so much more in his masterfully written "No Solid Ground". A book that takes the reader back through time to present day, showing that all is not as stable as we seem to think it is. Are we doomed? The reader is asked to decide for themselves that question and is given some wonderful tools for personal contentment. I loved this very insightful book that was clearly well-researched and that opened my eyes to some interesting patterns and possibilities.