Lucetta Zaytoun

It’s Already Tomorrow Here

Lucetta Zaytoun’s ability to bounce back from tragedy time and time again is uncanny. After raising six kids, another life earthquake hit. This one led her to put everything she owned in storage, sell her car, shut down her phone and travel in developing countries by herself for one year.

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It's already tomorrow here

Never Underestimate the Power of Running Away

One does not necessarily have to run to the other side of the planet for a year like I did.  Running away could be taking a weekend by yourself to go to the mountains or the beach.  Or even take an afternoon away, without your electronics.  Get out of your comfort zone, and allow yourself to be with you. You’ll learn a lot about yourself, and traveling alone increases your courage which pumps up your self-confidence. Be ok with just being with you.  Sometimes it’s uncomfortable at first, but ultimately  it’s always worthwhile.

“It’s Already Tomorrow Here is a powerful memoir about one woman’s determination to heal herself by changing the scripts of her past. She is a real-life hero.”

—Alice Osborn, author of Heroes without Capes
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Baby Ring Movement Begins

Baby Ring Movement Begins

December 26, 2016 // Lucetta Zaytoun //

My daughter died in a tragic accident when she was nine months old. (the story is in my book) She was the light of my life and my little savior actually, during a dark time in my life.  The moment before I closed the casket for her funeral, I reached in and held her little… Read More

The Kindness of Strangers

The Kindness of Strangers

July 27, 2016 // Lucetta Zaytoun //

I realize there are many discouraging and disheartening things going on in the USA and this is what the media chooses to focus on, but I have had a very different experience of America as I travel around the country this summer. I have been witness to numerous acts of kindness and generosity for no… Read More

Say Thank You and Shut Up :)

Say Thank You and Shut Up :)

June 29, 2016 // Lucetta Zaytoun //

When someone gives us a compliment or an acknowledgement we so often discount it by saying, “Well, it was just because of this or that.” We deflect the compliment, because we have been taught in our culture that if we embrace it, we are bragging or full of ego. This couldn’t be farther from the… Read More

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