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Local author offers new book

CRIEFF - Business is not life, life is not business.

But really, can’t women have both and be happy?

Award-winning entrepreneur, local  business woman and editor of the Puslinch Pioneer Anne Day, says they can, as she shares in her book Day by Day: Tales of business, life and everything in between in which she talks about the trials and triumphs of being a business woman today.

Day says women can do it purely by being women; being smart and by being supportive of one another.

And she should know, as she’s “walked the talk” as founder of Company of Women, a local organization she started nine years ago to support, connect and promote women in business.

Using tales from her own business and family life, Day engages conversations about what might work and what might not.

It’s a book of story-telling, not  dreary or business jargon-heavy material. Honesty and humor is what distinguishes Day’s writing and what makes Day by Day such a delightful read.

It’s like an intimate chat with a good, trusted friend or advisor; there’s laughter, tears and inevitably the opportunity for deep, personal reflection.

“If you have been thinking about starting a business, or you’re in the trenches and in need of a confidence boost, or if you just love a great memoir that also urges you to be your best, Day by Day, with its chatty style and authenticity, makes for an inspiring and informative read,” said book critic Terri Schlichenmeyer.

To purchase the book go to, or

For more information contact Anne Day at or 519-767-9383 (home) or 905-) 338-1771 (work).



November 11, 2011


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