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I'm So Busy! Paperback – December 1, 2014
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Amazon Bestselling Author Nora D'Ecclesis is an American author who writes non-fiction books to help mitigate stress. She is a graduate of Kean University, with a degree in education, graduate degree in administration and post-graduate degree including certification as a learning specialist. In March, 2014 The Retro Budget Prescription: Skillful Personal Planning, went to #1 on the Amazon Bestseller list in the categories of finance, budgeting and hot new releases. Nora worked for many years in the corporate world for a national banking company. Currently Nora and co-author, NYT best-selling author William R. Forstchen, are working on a novel due to be published in 2015. Nora D'Ecclesis has a long history of presenting events focused on wellness and stress reduction techniques. She enjoys kayaking, hiking and archery. Nora lives with her family and wonderful dogs in a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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As a side note: The book motivated me to get up early to get in my run... I got so much done today! In addition, I have been following her advice from the Retro Budget Prescription and this Christmas will be all cash (no credit cards!), we aren't skimping on anything either. All cash for Christmas presents equals no suffering. No suffering equals no debt to face in January which equals no stress!