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Thursday 5/23/19 Dealing & Healing Book Reading & Author event in NoVA

For those in the Northern Virginia area, I’m pleased to announce that this Thursday 5/23 the Patrick Henry Library in Vienna VA will be hosting us to share and discuss our Dealing and Healing with Parkinson’s and Other Health Conditions book from 7:30pm-9pm. We will be reading excerpts from the book and taking questions from the audience. Copies of the book will be on sale and we will be signing books also.
No registration is required for this evening. You can visit the library’s event page for more information or click the link or image to download the flyer below.  We hope to see you on Thursday!

Patrick Henry Library Book Event flyer 2019

Karl Robb Patrick Henry Library flyer 2019

 

 

 

Our Second Book, Dealing & Healing… is Now Available and Shipping!

Newest Book!

Newest Book!

Today is the official launch of our second book!

RobbWorks (publishers of A Soft Voice in A Noisy World) unveils our 2nd book! Now available from Amazon, our new workbook is shipping and should be available from wherever you buy your books. The front and back of the book can be seen on Amazon.com!

Our second book, Dealing and Healing with Parkinson’s and Other Health Conditions: A Workbook for Body, Mind, and Spirit is an exciting tool that provides new exercises to help enhance the mind, body, spirit connection. This workbook combines elements from the first book, A Soft Voice in a Noisy World to create over 100 exercises to help open the mind, ease the body, and enhance the spirit. When the three components improve, are combined, and work together, we may regain and achieve balance.

The workbook is arranged in an easy to follow format that allows for quick access to information and corresponding tools to make you think, ponder, and unveil possible improvements to your condition. The workbook is designed both for individuals as well as facilitators and support group members. Specially designated areas are specifically labeled to help support and communication groups of all-kinds to generate deep and meaningful discussions.

Many thanks to all our friends who told us and inspired Angela and I to write this workbook! We were told over and over how our first book went beyond Parkinson’s disease and applied to other health conditions and life in general. We are excited and proud of this book! We think you will find this to be a tool to use over and over as you need it.

On Turning 50 – Just a few observations

 Getting Older

Star Trek and I turn 5 decades, 2.5 scores, 1/2 a century, or 50 years old, tomorrow. Needless to say, I am being overly contemplative, reflective, hopeful, and curious for what is to come in the next 50.

Here are a few observations of getting older and turning half a century:

  1. You are only as old as you feel.

  2. Often the greatest joys come from personal and simple pleasures.

  3. Don’t overlook accomplishments that move you closer to a goal.

  4. The older you get, the faster time seems to move.

  5. Do something that makes you happy, everyday.

  6. Savor, appreciate, and share your gratitude with others.

I am excited to announce that RobbWorks’ second book, our soon to be released workbook will be available soon–more on that coming shortly. Stay tuned!

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