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I am a speaker and author of five books including 31 Days to Becoming a Happy Wife, 31 Days to a Happy Husband and 31 Days to a Becoming a Happy Mom.  Once when introduced to a group of women, the emcee read my book titles and exclaimed with a smile, “What more do you want from us?”

Dear friend, I do want more for you! 

More happiness in your home.  More closeness to God and others.  More purpose in your day-to-day life.

I can testify that a happy (not perfect) life is attainable even in today’s broken world.  My husband James and I have three young kids and we face many challenges you may be familiar with.  But we have found when your values are clear, the decisions are easy.  Life can be marked by joy.

I’m here to help you figure out how to experience more of that joy.  When I share about marriage, parenting, health, or personal growth, my goal is not only to inspire.  I give practical steps so you know exactly what to do next.

I have provided expertise as a guest for the Today Show, Focus on the Family, Fox & Friends, Family Life Today, The 700 Club, The Better Show, The Hour of Power, Turning Point with Dr. David Jeremiah, Home Made Simple on TLC and numerous radio programs.  You can watch some of those videos here.

I earned my BA from Biola University and a MA from Regent University.  Before becoming a speaker and author, I served as a features reporter for The 700 Club and associate director for Turning Point Television with David Jeremiah.   

You can contact me at arlene@arlenepellicane.com.  I live in a happy home in San Diego with my husband James and our kids Ethan, Noelle and Lucy.

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