Plunkett
Tammy Plunkett

Author. Advocate. Advisor.

 

Author. Advocate. Advisor.

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Author

Author

The written word is my life’s blood. Reading is my inhalation and writing is my exhalation. My survival depends on finding a balance between both. I don’t always get that balance right! If you are someone who loves to curl up with a good book or blog and a cup of tea, you are in the right place. Introverts are welcome here.

Advocate

Advocate

As a member of the Airdrie Pride Executive Board, I lead our Parenting with Pride monthly meeting to empower families with children and youth who identify as LGBTQ. I am proud to focus my time and energy on helping youth flourish in acceptance and belonging as well as helping parents know they are not alone, and what may seem like a crisis can indeed be a gift.

Advisor

Advisor

Founding Big Sky Author Services was a marriage of my life coaching skill set and my passion for writing. I take established entrepreneurs and professionals from having an idea to holding their book. I guide authors past their inner critic and hold them accountable towards a finished product. I then alleviate decision fatigue by facilitating their publishing journey.

Advisor

Advisor

Founding Big Sky Author Services was a marriage of my life coaching skill set and my passion for writing. I take established entrepreneurs and professionals from having an idea to holding their book. I guide authors past their inner critic and hold them accountable towards a finished product. I then alleviate decision fatigue by facilitating their publishing journey.

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What it’s like to have Coronavirus

What it’s like to have Coronavirus

This is not a medical journal. I am not going to share the latest data or public health information. This is an account of my journey living with all the symptoms of Coronavirus or COVID-19 and how I managed. I will update this blog as soon as I get my test results to...

Children and Body Ownership

Children and Body Ownership

“It’s too late for the doctor to see you now. She has another meeting to go to. But we do feel bad that you came all this way.” The nurse said in her gentle tone carrying the slightest hint of accusation for being late. Or maybe I just imagined it. “We were going to...

We must stop shaming allies

We must stop shaming allies

It is no secret that we live in divided times. No matter what topic comes up, there is usually a very stark delineation between good and bad, right and wrong, us and them. You see it everywhere from Apple and Android to political parties. Sadly, you also see it within...