Always Balanced and Connected

Daily Affirmations for Body, Mind and Spirit

by Maggie Davis-Jelly LCSW

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/26/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 394
ISBN : 9781504335805
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 394
ISBN : 9781504335829
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 394
ISBN : 9781504335812

About the Book

Peace in your heart begins with a smile! The ABCs of Always Balanced and Connected: Accept who you are in the moment. Be comfortable in your own skin and know that you are amazing. Consistency is the most important factor in maintaining good physical, mental, and spiritual health. “Bravo!” — Nina Bravman, Ed.S., Center for Human Potential, Denville, New Jersey “Maggie guides us through the path to our authentic selves with ease and flow of wonderful, gentle passages. She takes us on the self-evolution journey in a brilliant, safe way. A perfect accompaniment to anyone who dares to seek more in life.” — Dory Rachel, RMT “Insightful, inspiring, and succinct.” — Diane Carroll, LCSW “Show up and be inspired!” — Peggy Fitzpatrick, PCS “No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” —Aesop

About the Author

Maggie Davis-Jelly, LCSW, is in private practice as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the New York/New Jersey metro area. Maggie graduated from Ramapo College of New Jersey in 1985. A Graduate School of Social Work student at NYU, she left to raise her family and continued on to graduate from Rutgers University, NJ/MSW/LCSW program, in 1991. Maggie started “Art by Me: Photography and Art for Non-Profits” in 1999. Maggie is a past board member of Family Promise of Sussex County, where she has continued to volunteer for the past twenty years. Maggie volunteers for H.O.W. Global, Inc., and Pass-it-Along, Inc. Maggie is an advocate for victims of domestic violence and volunteers for the Nurtured Parent and the Children’s Justice Campaign, both nonprofit organizations that raise awareness by speaking out against and lending support to empower survivors of domestic violence. Maggie has been a student of martial arts at East West Karate Academy, Sussex County, New Jersey, beginning in 1997.

Maggie lives with her husband, Bill. Together they have grown children: Evan Thomas Jelly of Boston, Massachusetts; Alexander Davis Jelly; Christina Marie Knips Jelly of Andover, New Jersey; and Nora Margaret Jelly of Greensboro, NC. The Jelly family resides in Sussex County, New Jersey, and West Tisbury, Massachusetts.