Alison Buehler is a tireless cheerleader for people who are ready to change their lives, share the power of story with children, and impact their communities. She has worked as a special education teacher, a farmer, a small business owner, and a director of two non-profit organizations. Her first book, Rethinking Women’s Health, published by Sartoris Literary Group, led her into a writing and teaching career centered around the power of transformation. Alison teaches during retreats at her nonprofit, The Homestead Center, and at a local community center. She also hosts dozens of online workshops and participates in podcasts regularly. She is available to speak to schools or community organizations in person or can speak with reading and writing groups via Skype or telephone. You can find her at http://www.thehomesteadcenter.com or on her author site at http://www.alisonbuehler.com. She lives with her husband and three children, chickens, goats, and bees in Starkville, Mississippi.
Have you ever looked around and said, "This is not the life I intended to create?" A young family with everything begins to question their choices. Are making a living and making a life two very different things? Can they allow their true values to take center stage and choose a different path? Mike and Alison Buehler bought fully into the American Dream. Two doctoral degrees, successful careers, three children, and a big house should be a recipe for happiness. But something is missing, and the wheels