Amy Beeman

Amy Beeman is a published children’s book author who is constantly on a quest to better herself. She’s also a wife, and a mom of 3 (twins and adoption). Between marriage, children and work, she still somehow finds time to run a couple half marathons every year. She loves exploring Vancouver with her family and writing about her experiences.

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Hypocritical Much?

Hypocritical Much?

I signed my 11 year old daughter Lucy up for a tap class. It was one day, 1.5 hours with a teacher she knows. I told her I was going to sign her up. She was totally fine with it… Until the day before the lesson when she looked at the schedule and she saw it was a...

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What If I Bring Home The Wrong Career?

What If I Bring Home The Wrong Career?

I was at the local Cold Beer & Wine store the other day. Normally I go straight for the beer. I like beer. I like fruity beer, hazy beer, pale ales, loggers… lots of kinds of beer.  But on my way to the cooler, I got distracted by the ciders, coolers and hard...

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2.5 Months in the Making

2.5 Months in the Making

This post is 2.5 months in the making…  I was holding off writing it, hoping that I would have a big update to give… but I don’t. So I’m writing today to give you a non-update. Two and a half months ago my life was turned upside down when I lost my job of 17 years. It...

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My Books Are Here… Again!

My Books Are Here… Again!

Friends… this has been a learning experience.  To say the least.  On April 10, I posted a photo of me holding my book (!) after it was delivered. It wasn’t a single book that was delivered, it was 500 copies. As soon as the boxes arrived, I poured over them: looking...

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Amy Beeman

Amy Beeman is a published children’s book author who is constantly on a quest to better herself. She’s also a wife, and a mom of 3 (twins and adoption). Between marriage, children and work, she still somehow finds time to run a couple half marathons every year. She loves exploring Vancouver with her family and writing about her experiences.

“Why fit in when you were born to stand out?”
― Dr. Seuss

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