What happens when you fall asleep to dream? Does it ever feel real? Maybe because it is…

“The ‘why am I here’ question pops into my head and just as swiftly disappears. I feel no fear, no pain and no sadness. What world could portray this? I am flying now. All movement is effortless. I feel like I have been flying every day of my life. I do not have to think about how to fly, I just fly. Another magical trait this world offers.” ~ Excerpt from Destiny Lane by Melanie Toye

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Imagine a world where having what you want is readily and immediately available. A pure and innocent world that is only accessible by very few, through their dreams.

Destiny Lane is an imaginative and captivating world, filled with friendships, new experiences, out of this world abilities and love interests. When Sara falls asleep, she realises Destiny Lane – her dream world – is real.

Sara has to wrap her mind around new concepts that she has never had to consider before. A world with no money, using the mind to create what one wants and the default emotion of peace. In the meantime, Sara’s life on Earth is below par. Sara is a head-hunter for a modelling agency, Mode Appeal. She seems to have lost her zest for the direction of her career. When Sara starts to explore other avenues, she discovers her real talent is in architecture.

To assist Sara in her current challenges, Sara’s past lives are revealed to her. Life as a princess and an army leader aid in uncovering the answers. Will she choose the same man she loved in a past life that had her killed? And will she use her leadership skills to try and save Destiny Lane from corruption?

Sara is faced with several hard decisions. A love life which only fits into one world. One world she must leave forever. And to be a leader and fight for the survival of Destiny Lane.

Enter this fantasy world through Sara’s dreams and see the magnificence of such a place that is heaven-like. Witness the power of angels, the in-between – a place between one world and the next, plus an array of other fantasy elements that will blow your mind.

By Sara’s life experience in Destiny Lane, she learns to have the confidence to live the life she has always dreamed of, on Earth.

This explosive read is light, moving and thought-provoking. It takes fantasy fiction to a new level.

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I just don’t understand, why me?

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I looked at him in amazement. That this master of fashion could be so into me. “I just don’t understand, why me?”

He looked at me confused. Our eyes never left each other’s, as if nothing else was even important. “What do you mean?” he asked.

I shrugged. “I just do not understand. You could date anyone in your life. I bet you go to celebrity parties all the time. Surely you would rather …”

I suddenly stopped talking as I watched his confused expression turn into anger and then he actually laughed. “Do you think those fake, materialistic, fame hungry celebrities – just like me I might add – that I would want to be with them?”

“You are not fake. But in a way you do live in a completely different world to me. You practically live in a mansion, your cheapest car would be worth more than my apartment.”

Gerald cupped his hands against my face. “None of it means anything to me. I am an artist. Flamboyant, creative and don’t judge me for my way of life.”

I stared back at his intent longing gaze. “I am not judging you. I am just not sure if I am the one you really want.”

~An excerpt from Free to be with me by Melanie Toye.

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On Mums and running businesses

Are you a Mum and running a business? How do you find juggling everything? In my latest eBook, How do they do it? 16 Business Mums share how they juggle life, I sought Mums who owned their own business to find out the truth on how they juggle it all.

I thought this eBook would be a great resource for Mums thinking of starting a business and wondering how will they make time for it and their family, while also being a great support for Mums who are in business and just need to hear how other Mums are doing it too.

Let me introduce you to one of the Business Mums in my eBook, Leanne Guglielmi who owns Cozy Dozy:

 

Tell us about how you feel being a Mum and running a business?

Very proud about what I have achieved so far. The business has been great in terms of using the skills I already had from my ten years in the corporate world, as well as stretching me in directions I would have never chosen to go in. I have personally grown through this. However, I think there is a long way to go with the way people perceive Mums in business and what we can achieve.  It was actually said to me one day “they think you are ‘just’ a Mum” so you have those ideas on your shoulders some days. That’s what is so great about the Ausmumpreneur network, really supporting Mum’s in business.

What do you think about this notion? If you would like to read more about Leanne’s business and how she juggles life as well as other Business Mums, click here.

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When an opportunity comes

In my latest eBook, How do they do it? 16 Business Mums share how they juggle life, I sought Mums who owned their own business to find out the truth on how they juggle it all.

Here is a sneak peak into one of Business Mums, Tennille, who was interviewed about her business:

Elena (62 of 114)How long were you in business before you had a family or did you start your business after you had children?

“I started my photography business when my son Cooper was born. I just kind of fell into it. I took some photos of him wearing a cloth nappy and a business owner saw them and asked if I could do some more. That is when I realised I had an opportunity.” ~ Tennille Flanagan, Tulip Flare Photography in How do they do it?

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Are you a business Mum? How do you feel trying to juggle it all? I would love to hear from you through supportive comments below, for other Mums to read.

Read more from Mums in all various industries about how they juggle running their own business and being a Mum and wife here.

How do they do it? 14 Business Mums share how they juggle life

A preview of what to expect

How do they do it? 16 Business Mums share how they juggle life” 

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How do you have time to clean?

“I love a clean house but realise with a busy working life that it can’t be perfect. My dear Nana used to say that “no-one ever won a medal for housework,” said Kim Liddell, Non Destructive Excavations Australia Pty Ltd in How do they do it?


Read more from Mums in all various industries about how they juggle running their own business and being a Mum in my latest eBook.

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Business Mums – How do you feel running a business and being a mother?

Running your own business and managing the household is full on. In “How do they do it? 16 Business Mums share how they juggle life,” I sought Mums who owned their own business to find out the truth on how they juggle it all. Here is what one Business Mum commented on, when I asked this question …

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Tell us about how you feel being a Mum and running a business?

“…I have had times where I have wondered if it is worth doing this while the boys are young and if I should have waited and be spending more time with them but it is also something that I need to do for myself. I really miss working and bringing in my own income and having my own independence so having my own business that I can schedule around the boys and still be there for them is an ideal solution for me,” said Bridget Deuble, Team Oliver Health Coaching in How do they do it?


Are you a business Mum? How do you feel trying to juggle it all? I would love to hear from you through supportive comments below, for other Mums to read.

Read more from Mums in all various industries about how they juggle running their own business and being a Mum and wife here.

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