Jennifer Milius

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Jen Milius is a storyteller and people whisperer. Jen's love for storytelling, animals and helping people inspired her to write about her two adorable cats, Einstein and Moo. Einstein and the Leaf is the first of six books in the Einstein and Moo series. There is also an activity book based on the series.

Jen is also a motivational speaker and leadership coach.

Jen enjoys spending time with her husband and stepdaughter, yoga, cooking and listening to music.

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Jennifer Milius Hi Gia! Thanks for the question. Yes, they are. In fact, the latest book in the Einstein and Moo series is titled Einstein & Moo and the Quest for…moreHi Gia! Thanks for the question. Yes, they are. In fact, the latest book in the Einstein and Moo series is titled Einstein & Moo and the Quest for the Catnip. The inspiration for it came from the fresh catnip that we grow in a little pot on our back porch. When either my husband or I go to the back yard, Einstein and Moo intently watch us to see if we will bring them some. I am certain that they think the only reason to outside is for catnip! When they do have some, the kitties get the same amount of leaves; however, Moo receives her portion all at once and Einstein receives his one at a time, otherwise he will inhale his portion and all of Moo’s too! Sometimes they like to put their head on it before eating it. After they have had some, they are a little spazzy, but it’s short lived. (less)
Jennifer Milius Yes, sometimes. I have learned to accept that ‘block’ as an opportunity to shift my focus because maybe that part of the story is not ready to be…moreYes, sometimes. I have learned to accept that ‘block’ as an opportunity to shift my focus because maybe that part of the story is not ready to be written yet, but I have faith that the ideas and the words will come. That also means that I need to be flexible and patient. In the meantime, I work on other pieces or another area of the story, focus on marketing, read other books, and enjoy other activities that do inspire me. To that end, I tend to have several pieces going at the same time, but in different stages. (less)
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It’s fall where I live, and it seems like once October arrives, the next few months are so full of activities in business and in life.


Your to-do list seems never ending.


Your calendar has something scribbled on every block, and there are a lot of reminders and activities pinging on your phone.


Sometimes it can feel like a race to the finish, and you’re not trying to be in a race.


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