Hi! Welcome to Spring Snow Publications and the Ultimate Blog Party 2013! I’m Deb Chitwood. Along with my husband, Dr. Terry Chitwood, I co-founded Spring Snow Publications.
I’m a Montessori educator and author. I blog at Living Montessori Now about Montessori education, homeschooling, and parenting. At Raising Figure Skaters, I create word-art freebies and blog about inspirational quotes, parenting, encouragement for parents and athletes, posts on character and gratitude, motivation for life, and ways to make a difference. I was a Montessori teacher and school owner before homeschooling Terry’s and my two children through high school. (They now have college degrees.)
I’m the author of a 1983 children’s book, The Magic Ring. We plan to convert it into an eBook. We’re also publishing a new eBook I wrote called Montessori at Home or School: How to Teach Grace and Courtesy. It should be out later this month!
Terry is a Jungian psychotherapist, trader educator, and author with a blog at Trader Educator Online. He’s been a Jungian psychotherapist in private practice for over 33 years. Terry’s previously published books are now newly published eBooks. His books are How To Defend Yourself Without Even Trying (1981, topic Aikido), Meeting Force With Silence (1985, topic Aikido), and Death: The Beginning of Life (1988, topic Jungian Psychotherapy). Death: The Beginning of Life should appear on Amazon any day!
At the Spring Snow Publications blog, we write mainly inspirational posts about writing and blogging. Most of the posts were written by Terry, with lots of writing insight and inspiration!
Check out some of our most popular posts in the sidebar and in our Top 10 Posts of 2011 and Top 12 Posts from 2012 on Spring Snow Publications.
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We’ll look forward to getting to know you!