Genre: General fiction/Family life fiction Synopsis: A large extended family, mere weeks into grieving the passing of their patriarch, is confronted with evidence that the family matriarch, Maggie, is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. As Maggie’s children, Lizzie, Ian, and Kevin, along with their spouses, attempt to care for her, Maggie begins to reveal shocking details […]Read More Book Review: You Don’t Know What I Have Done, by Sheila McNaughton
In this post-apocalyptic time of COVID-19, social distancing, self-quarantining, and Hunger Games-level hoarding of toilet paper and other basic household goods by our fellow human, we’re all still adjusting to the “new normal” and trying to figure out how long it’ll likely stay this way. And while there are definitely a lot of things that remain […]Read More WHEN YOUR “NEW NORMAL” GETS OLD FAST
Today is the official publication date of my paperback memoir, “Relentless: From National Champion to Physically Disabled Activist.” Get your copy on Amazon today!Read More In the Immortal Words of The Beatles, I’m Officially a “Paperback Wriiiiiiiiitaaaaaa!”
The Kindle/e-book version of my self-help memoir, “Relentless: From National Champion to Physically Disabled Activist,” is out now on Amazon!Read More Kindle version of RELENTLESS out now!
Hello, my friends, I hope you’ll take a second and check out episode two of my new podcast, The Phunky Diabetic Podcast, and listen to my captivating conversation with Dr. Victor M. Montori of the Mayo Clinic and the Patient Revolution. I was first inspired when I came across Dr. Montori’s book, Why We Revolt: A […]Read More New podcast episode and pre-orders for my memoir now available!
Okay, I admit it: I’m self-obsessed. I would say that I’m narcissistic to boot, but I certainly do not have an inflated sense of self-worth, and I’d also like to think that I’m pretty empathetic. And yet, even though I know I’m not the bee’s knees, I still think and talk about myself ALL. THE. […]Read More A Whole New Level of Self-Obsession
Article Published in RI Bar Journal, Your Moral Imperative To Routinely Practice Self-CareRead More Article Published in RI Bar Journal
By: Katherine Itacy, Esq. Dated: April 25, 2019 Wow. Things have been busy for the last few months! Yvens and I have been slowly moving into our beautiful new home: During which time I’ve encountered some….unwelcome guests: (That’s what I found at the bottom of the fridge as I was cleaning. Absolutely disgusting.) I’ve […]Read More Gratitude
Click here to read my latest article on Medium, entitled: “Spoiler Alert: There’s No Door Prize For Prioritizing Pride Over Pain!” And remember, keep tuning in to this website, my social media accounts (i.e., my Instagram page, Tumblr page, Twitter page, Google+ page, and LinkedIn profile), as well as my podcast in order to learn […]Read More Check out my new Medium article!
Click here to check out my latest Medium.com article, entitled: “Don’t Be Afraid To Say What You Don’t Know…You Know?Read More My Article on Self-Improvement