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Christina Brockett Company Profile

My name is Christina (or Tina if you prefer) and I am a working mom with a son and daughter in elementary school. Each day is a carefully orchestrated balancing act of being a wife, mother and working professional with the occasional bit of me time thrown in. When I became a mom, I realized that I wasn’t who I was before. Something had changed, and it wasn’t just my body—although I would like to have my twenty-something body back. Over time, I realized that I was evolving as a person through my experience of being a mother. MomEvolving is a personal memoir and mom blog written by “me”—a Mom Evolving about my evolution as a parent and a person. Within it are posts about parenting issues, parenting tips and other skills or advice I have found helpful in my quest to not permanently mar my children’s development blueprints. While it is geared more towards moms, both those working and stay-at-home moms, I really feel that much of the content is relevant for you dads out there too—that is if you can get over reading a mommy blog. Oh, and occasionally I throw in other things like cool recipes, crafts, mommy health items (fitness, nutrition, & general health), my bucket list escapades, and life in general. YOU WORK, SO WHAT DO YOU DO? I was in the corporate world for many years as a consultant and then later transitioned into telecom. When I had kids I became an appraiser and a real estate agent to give me more flexibility. I often have the ability to work from home—which is great for work-life balance. SO YOU’RE CURIOUS AND WANT TO KNOW MORE… I was born Christina and then at about five became obsessed with the song, Tina the Ballerina. I refused to do anything unless I was called by Tina, because that could be my name and I was a ballerina so therefore the song then instantly became about me. Later in my senior year of high school I went to Italy and met an Italian boy in Capri who insisted that Christina was a far more beautiful name. I came home from the trip, went to college and became known as Christina. My family and childhood friends didn’t buy it and refused to call me anything but Tina. Professionally I am known as Christina, but most everyone calls me Tina—talk about an identity crisis. SOME OF MY FAVORITE QUOTES ARE… Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world. ~ Harriet Tubman We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence therefore, is not an act but a habit. ~ Aristotle The whole of life is but a moment of time. It is our duty, therefore to use it, not to misuse it.~ Plutarch The only way of finding the limits of the possible is by going beyond them into the impossible .~Arthur C. Clarke

News from Christina Brockett:

'The Missing Pages of the Parent Handbook' Stands Out in Cluttered Genre of Parenting Guidebooks with Multiple Awards

Author Christina Brockett's book focuses on collective wisdom missed by other parenting books WASHINGTON, May 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — The Missing Pages of the Parent Handbook was selected as a Finalist in the Parenting/Family category of the 2014 Next Generation Indie Book Awards as we…

'The Missing Pages of the Parent Handbook,' a Refreshing Detour from Other Genre Titles, Honored as Finalist in Parenting & Family Category for 2013 USA Best Book Awards

Author Christina Brockett's book covers bases other parenting books skip WASHINGTON, Dec. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — The Missing Pages of the Parent Handbook was selected as a Finalist in the Parenting & Family category of the 2013 USA Best Book Awards, sponsored by USA Book News. (Ph…

Innovative New Parenting Resource "The Missing Pages of the Parent Handbook" Uses Collective Wisdom to Encourage, Educate Moms and Dads

Author Christina Brockett's book covers bases other parenting books skip WASHINGTON, April, 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Despite her efforts to learn everything possible about parenting, author Christina Brockett often found herself bewildered. In reaching out to the parenting communi…