Lake Oswego women contribute stories to book on life values
Dedicated to the Cup: Nine Ways to Reinvent a Life! is available for purchase now
Lake Oswego writers Kathy Peck-Nestell and Kris Norton have contributed stories to Dedicated to the Cup: Nine Ways to Reinvent a Life! compiled by Bonnie Milletto.
The thought that life is like a good cup of coffee, full of flavor and meant to savor is the message behind Millettos book. Based on values, the book features stories from people from all over the United States about learning and growing from the events that shaped their lives.
Peck-Nestell, who contributed Saint John in the chapter on attitude, is a partner in the labor and employment law firm of Williams, Zografos & Peck. She represents public and private sector employers in labor and employment law and is a graduate of Willamette College of Law. Her story expounds on her belief that attitude determines how a person reacts to everything that happens in life and can dictate how successful ones life will be.
Norton contributed The Elusive Idaho Sunset for the chapter on perfection. She relates the story of her mothers painful journey and that by staying in touch with what you need rather than the unattainable goal of perfection, personal strength is developed. Norton is a senior loan officer at HomeStreet Bank.
Dedicated to the Cup is sold in coffee shops and at coffeebusiness.com/book. Personalized copies are available from Milletto at bonniemilletto.com/book.
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