Linda loves to write! That sounds like it should be an article in itself, but it's the truth!
There is something so special about creating something of interest that instructs, builds up, and entertains others.
Linda has a wealth of experience in so many different and interesting occupations, and being able to share that with others is a great joy.
For her specialties, you'll find self-help courses and articles at the top of her list, but she's able to do most anything that comes her way.
Linda had so many interests, it's hard to narrow them down. Some of them include cooking, sewing, childcare, and healthcare.
Besides being a grandmother and wife of 44 years, she thrives on learning new things. She loves the thrill of researching subjects to make even the most mundane subject come to life.
Linda was a church secretary for more than a decade. Her duties included answering phones, typing, printing and folding church bulletins, keeping church records, and accounting.
In the assisted living home, she was promoted to medical records. She was the only one in this position, which included keeping residents' files current, reconciling medication lists, tracking any outside appointments, and recording results.
These positiins are where Linda got her writing career started, since many of these jobs required extensive and frequent reports.
Linda began cooking with her big sister at a very early age. She enjoys the creation of new recipes as well as cooking her family's favorites.
She has cooked for many church and business functions throughout the years and is known for her "Southern Hospitality" and cuisine.
Linda has authored a book/course combo called "Women's Role in the Church" to teach in churches.
Linda is an avid reader of self-help books and is interested in every aspect of self help.
Linda was a nanny for 8 different families. Some of these positions were helpers for stay at home moms, while others were for families where both parents worked outside the home. This also included occasionally going on vacations with the family to provide childcare so parents could do things on their own.
She also has 3 grown children and 2 grandchildren.
Linda began her medical career as a certified nursing assistant, working in a nursing home.
She was very interested in branching out to a variety of opportunities and was approached by a home health company to go into private practice. There she spent several years going from home to home to assist clients with activities of daily living.
Then, at 52 years old, her husband had a stroke, and subsequently, a brain aneurysm, carotid artery aneurysm, AVM fistula, blood clot on the brain, and seizures. She has since taken over the role as his caregiver and continues to work with his physicians on a monthly basis.
Linda has worked in a nursing home, hospital, home health, and an assisted living home. As noted previously, she was also caregiver to her disabled husband.
Linda has 3 grown children. She was very fortunate to be home with them for their first few years and then homeschooled them through their elementary school years.
As any parent knows, raising children responsibly covers a multitude of skills on a daily basis as well as challenges that, at times, are overwhelming but provide some of the greatest joys of life.
Linda loves to write! Her most valued hobby is reading anything and everything and doing the necessary research for her clients' writing projects.
As Staff Education Coordinator for the assisted living home where she worked, one of Linda's duties was speaking to college students in their classes and recruiting them for staffing needs.
Linda was Staff Development Coordinator at an assisted living home. Duties consisted of teaching all orientation classes and keeping track of employees' continuing education requirements and completion. She also was the lead teacher in a new software the company switched to, in which each employee had to learn and prove proficiency prior to passing.
Linda wrote and published a book and course called, "A Woman's Role in the Church" used as church curriculum for many years.
When she was a pastor's wife, Linda wrote a book and accompanying course entitled, "A Woman's Role in the Church." She did everything from writing the book, making copies, marketing, and then finally publushing and teaching the material.
This book and course combination was used as the main curriculum for their church school and considered a primary teaching material for many years after.