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Chicken Soup for the Soul Prize Pack #Giveaway

We have got a great giveaway for you, our readers, today!!

3 lucky Mommy Moment readers will WIN a Chicken Soup for the Soul Prize Pack featuring 5 of Chicken Soup for the Soul’s newest books!

Chicken Soup for the Soul Prize Pack

These books touch on topics like parenting, writing and 2 great books featuring original Chicken Soup for the Soul stories and stories of reader’s choice!

Chicken Soup for the Soul Parenthood

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Parenthood features 101 heartwarming and humorous stories about the joys of raising children of all ages.  Parenting is the hardest, messiest and most rewarding job that you can ever experience.  This book of stories on Parenthood has 14 funny cartoons that will make you chuckle and have some laughter in your day — even on those dirty, cry-your-eyes-out, stress-filled days.  This book has 12 great chapters about:

  • Becoming a family
  • Is there a manual for this?
  • Treasured Moments
  • From the mouths of babes
  • and more!

Parents of kids who have been diagnosed with Autism and Asperger’s will get support, useful tips and advice from other parents going through the same thing in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Riasing Kids on the Spectrum.

Raising Kids on the Spectrum

When your child is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, your life changes and you embark on a voyage that is all-consuming.  Whether your child has autism or asperger’s you develop a vocabulary filled with acronyms, therapies and theories.  The revealing personal stories will inspire you, educate you, make you laugh and make you cry as you share in the experiences of other parents and caregivers in the ASD community.

Being a blogger, writing comes with the job.  There are some days where I get severe writer’s block!  Most of the time it is because I am having a bad day or having trouble managing my time or getting organized.

Inspiration for Writers

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inspiration for Writers  will give you advice, writing tips, time management strategies with stories that will motivate you and help keep your pen (or keyboard) flowing!  Whether you are a budding blogger or bestselling novelist these stories will help you out of that slump or inspire you with your next story.

Chicken Soup for the Soul has been around for 20 years.  During those 20 years they have brought you stories that give advice, make you cry and make you smile.  The Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Original brings you stories from your favorite writers as well as 20 new bonus stories for you to enjoy!

Chicken Soup for the Soul 20 years

20 years is a huge milestone for any publication and Chicken Soup for the Soul continues to go strong.  Readers share their personal, inspiring stories about how a Chicken Soup for the Soul story made a difference in their lives, paired with the life-changing story itself. You get a double dose of inspiration in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Reader’s Choice.

GIVEAWAY MOMENT:

3 lucky Mommy Moment readers will WIN a Chicken Soup for the Soul prize pack featuring these 5 new books from Chicken Soup for the soul.

To enter, leave a blog post comment telling me either a parenting tip OR a tip to cure writer’s block.

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  1. SueSueper says:

    My top parenting tip is to have patience, and when you need a rest find a way to take a rest it will help wonders with patience.

  2. the best tip for parenting is to be firm but gentle and to be your child’s parent not his best friend.

  3. a good tip for writers block is to take a long walk to clear your head

  4. patience is golden

  5. Heather A says:

    My daughter was a very fussy eater, but I found having her help prepare meals for all of us really encouraged her to eat.

  6. JJ Caraway says:

    My tip for being a good grandparent is to listen, take time to make memories, discipline when needed and always follow through with it, teach them love for GOD, good manners, respect for others and themselves and be a good role model.

  7. practice what you preach to the kids

  8. Don’t be afraid to ask for help…:)

  9. Jennifer L. says:

    My tip to cure writer’s block is to make myself write a certain number of pages (such as 3) and not worry about the quality. Just write and let it be bad.

  10. A tip to cure writer’s block – spend an afternoon with my three year old granddaughter K. who has a wild imagination. If she can’t give you some material to write about, no-one can!

  11. My best parenting tip is to have lots of patience.

  12. My parenting tip is to take your time with your child. Time goes so quickly!

  13. My top parenting tip is to make sure you laugh with your kids everyday.

  14. My favourite way to overcome writer’s block is to turn on a few good songs and to step away for a bit.

  15. My best parenting tip is to make sure to take care of yourself! I find that I am a much more balanced, relaxed momma when I have taken the time to do yoga, meditate and/or just take some time to myself! Thank you for the wonderful, inspirational giveaway!

  16. Wayne Lecoy says:

    I entered your giveaway.
    It would be great to WIN a Chicken Soup for the Soul prize pack featuring these 5 new books from Chicken Soup for the soul.
    I enjoy reading these books.
    In response to your requirement to Leave a blog post comment telling you my top parenting tip OR a tip to cure writer’s block.
    My top parenting tip is have patience with your children and trust them.
    I also think it’s important to show a lot of affection and teach them respect for others.
    Thank you for having this great giveaway!!!!!!!!

  17. Joce Lyne says:

    my tip is to be who you want your kids to be…kt’s not always easy, but kids do what we do, not what we say! we r their example!!

  18. A long walk to clear the head…

  19. Victoria Ess says:

    To cure writer’s block, I usually take a break from sitting infront of a computer to go do something enjoyable. What works particularly well are meditative, solitary activities like running or yoga.

  20. Do not criticize your child and listen and do not react angry.

  21. A tip to cure writers block, for me, is to have a nap. It’s kind of like a “reset” :)

  22. My favorite parenting advice would be to be in the moment when your with your kids. Enjoy your precious gifts.

  23. ‘listen’ – always listen to your kids, how they feel & think, it may not be right but listen to it.

  24. Darlene Schuller says:

    My biggest parenting tip………TAKE TIME FOR YOU. You have no idea how 5 mins locked in a bathroom with ur ipod or ears plugged.. can cleanse the soul! :)

  25. Elva Roberts says:

    August 19-Many years ago, I read a book on raising children by Dr. Haim Ginott. He suggested that we treat our children as we wish to be treated and to always look for the best in them. He also suggested ‘family councils’ to help with problems that came up. I followed as much of his afvice as i could and I think it is wonderful advice. Your children must be able to approach you with out fear of comdemnation or anger on your part. Mutual respect and affection is a powerful tool.

  26. Michelle Plummer says:

    Let your house get messy from time to time, spend a few days playing and making memories, the house can wait.

  27. natasha severson says:

    have paitence with your kids.. do whatever you can to laugh and have fun, pick your battles and have fun with life

  28. Charmaine T says:

    Wake up early and just write write write without “thinking” about what is coming through.

  29. To cure writer’s block… well you can always do something and then go back to the writing. Helps me.

  30. biggest parent trick/tip down time

  31. Jayne Cameron says:

    My parenting tip is to always let your children know you love them. Also, make time for your kids so they can feel that they can come to you with their concerns.

  32. Cure writers block. Write down what you can, take a break and come back refreshed.

  33. Lisa Lange says:

    Top parenting advice – LISTEN to your kids – they know more than you think. Would love to win – please enter me in the draw.
    Lisa Lange

  34. my tipis let your kids be themselves, don’t overcorrect and make them too self aware.

  35. Dont sweat the small stuff!!

  36. My parenting tip is take a deep breath, blow it out and shake it off. Now, get back in there. Your child needs you.

  37. love lots, teach sharing, enjoy time outdoors, and lots of snuggles

  38. ask for help when your bogged down with chores or need a break

  39. Andrea Amy says:

    don’t stress over the small things and pick your battles. some things just aren’t worth the stress, and are not that important in the long run. concentrated on the things that are important and let the other stuff go.

  40. Always take the time to listen to what they are saying to you

  41. Jacquie Hess says:

    Choose your battles wisely.

  42. The best way to cure writers block?…Try to avoid it all together by writing everyday no matter what, and continuously update a list of ideas to use if you get it.

  43. Parenting tip: cherish every single moment, make your kids your priority, hug all the time and say I love you every chance you get, spend quality TIME with them, make happy memories with them….my list could go on forever – never take a mommy moment for granted because you never know how many more moments you may have….I wish I could have a million more with my boy!!

  44. Best way to cure writer’s block is to stop stressing, take a break, get some inspiration and come back to it when you’re ready! Even if you can’t come up with the right words, just write whatever comes to mind, don’t worry about the quality, you can make it perfect later.

  45. Have patience, be strict when needed and turn into a kid sometimes.

  46. Make sure your child is always on a schedule and stick to it.

  47. elizabeth ward says:

    My cure for writer’s block is to simply go for a walk downtown and listen to the conversations people are having at random as I passby. Sometimes seeing someone doing something odd will make my mind wander to what they could be doing or where they are going and that cure’s my writer’s block.

  48. Lee-Ann Sleegers says:

    Listen to your instincts and don’t worry about what others say about your style.

  49. For writers block—I read more!

  50. Christy Martin says:

    A long walk is a cure for writers block. I’ve also been told that if you have a more private trail or area to walk, hashing it out with yourself also helps!

  51. Be a good role model for your kids, model behaviour and attitudes you want to see in your kids

  52. Top tip would be patience!!! Must have lots and enjoy your children everyday because you will miss them when they are gone!!

  53. Victor Goguen says:

    My top parenting tip is to give my kids a goodnight hug and tell them that I love them.

  54. Melinda Ives says:

    Read to your children every day!

  55. Victoria W. says:

    find a space that is just yours, a warm cuppa, and let yourself write, even if it’s nonsense, perfectionism is a terrible cause of writer’s block.

  56. Tara Knott says:

    To cure writer’s block, I always just start writing about nothing and anything. The more I put down in paper, the more sense of direction I seemed to get. It gives me a calm starting point and any little thoughts that I might forget later are recorded for future projects :)

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