Stamford resident Stephanie Stripp Lalosh recently published a book, "Wouldn't It Be Nice If...You Could Be Healthy on a Budget." Stephanie is a high school English teacher, and was also a special education teacher for nine years. Approximately five months ago, she began brainstorming with her fiance, who is in the healthcare field, about ways to help people with their many questions about health. Initally, the couple planned to begin a consultation service, as both receive health questions daily from patients, students, and their parents. After further discussion, Stephanie decided that this information would be more helpful and certainly much more affordable in the form as a book. The book, "Wouldn't It Be Nice If...You Could Be Healthy on a Budget" immediately fell into place. The goal of this book is to not only point readers in the right direction, but to explain why these health choices work. This book is about average people who have worked through volumes of health information to figure out what their most fundamental needs are and to be able to target them, affordably. Stephanie hopes that readers of this book will find the resources listed helpful, and also that readers will find a first step to take that will then lead them to the next step. Helping people to be healthy is something both Stephanie and her fiance enjoy doing, and Stephanie is excited to be able to extend her teaching beyond her classroom. The book is currently available on www.trafford.com, by contacting Stephanie at firstname.lastname@example.org, and will be on www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and many other websites in mid-September. The cost of the book is $11.00, and Stephanie hopes readers will find it manageable, easy to understand, and practical. Wishing success to all!
Healthy Living Simplified for Success
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