"How To Do it Yourself...A-Z" is a compilation of articles written for the do-it-yourselfer. The book offers well written articles on such diverse topics as: money management, self-health care, relationship issues and how to solve them, publishing, disaster preparedness, green living, owning and running your own business, and pet care, just to name a few.
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About the Author
Diane Tegarden is a freelance writer living in Pasadena, with her husband and furkids. She’s been a print journalist since 1992, writing on a wide range of subjects including; renewable energy, environmental concerns, holistic health, women’s issues, and Native Spirituality. She’s been published in: The Pasadena Star News, Security Sales Magazine, The Pasadena Weekly, the West Coast Well Being, Health Breakthroughs and Associated Content. She was also the National Renewable Energy Examiner at Examiner.com from 2009-2012. To date she’s written and published 5 books: “How to Escape a Bad Marriage: A Self-Help Divorce Book for Women”; "Light Through Shuttered Window- A Compendium of my poetry"; “Anti-Vigilante and The Rips in Time”, a sci-fi novel, “Budgeting on a Dime: 10 Steps to Financial Independence”, and “How to Do it Yourself…A-Z” which covers a variety of topics that will help your life become more manageable.