Vote on the Next Naked Parenting Book

vote for parenting book, parenting book topics, social media for parents, money and finance for kids, teaching kids money, technology and parenting, When I wrote Naked Parenting: 7 Keys to Raising Kids With Confidence, I had it planned to be a series. I will be taking the seven keys and applying them to different topics.

I need you to vote on the next Naked Parenting book topic.

Now that I’m in a good place with my first novel and querying agents (He’s Such a Fork), I’m ready to start working on a second Naked Parenting book.

I have outlined three topics, please leave a comment and let me know which you’d like to read about next.



Vote on the Next Naked Parenting Book:

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– Giving and Service

– Money and Finance

– Social Media and Technology

Many thanks to my loyal Mother’s Circle and Naked Parenting readers. I so appreciate the outpouring of support and the fantastic reviews on Amazon.

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10 Responses to Vote on the Next Naked Parenting Book

  1. Deborah says:

    Giving and Service!
    I see too much arrogance and self-centeredness today. I think teaching kids to see outside themselves and become aware of others less fortunate are very great and wonderful ideals that can change our world for the better.

    • ldecesare says:

      I agree and will certainly be adding in a lot of the ideas and tips on the post I wrote for you. I’m sad you’re closing up your blog, but I’m so happy that we met because of it! You’re wise to prioritize yourself and your family! Thanks for your vote and for being a faithful Mother’s Circle reader!

  2. Carina says:

    You rock, lady! Social Media & Technology gets my vote!

    • ldecesare says:

      Thanks, Carina! I was just having ANOTHER discussion with the kids on why their Instagram settings need to be private … it’s never easy nor a one-and-done conversation! Thanks for your vote!

  3. Donna says:

    Money and finance. I think this generation has no concept of how to save money and become financially responsible. They are so used to instant gratification. Can’t wait for your next book!

    • ldecesare says:

      SO TRUE, Donna! There are so many aspects of this topic that I think are critical to teach kids starting at an early age to have a sense of value, saving, longterm goals, donating and consciously allocating money to live within your means. Big topic! I was talking to a friend at a party and he votes for this one, too! Said he felt like he missed the boat on teaching finances to his teen kids. Thanks for the vote.

  4. Ellen says:

    Social media and tech because this one has the most potential for being secretive and/or dangerous.

    • ldecesare says:

      It’s such a hard topic! I’m almost “dreading” writing this one because it’s so BIG and tough! It’s really hard to be on top of all of it as a parent, and it changes so quickly! Thanks for voting! There were several other votes for this topic on Facebook.

  5. Sarah Bohman says:

    I love the practicality of money and finance but I think would appreciate more about teaching kids compassion, humility, perseverance and removing the entitlement behaviors.

    • ldecesare says:

      I love that one, too. It’s really the one I WANT to write next. Seems so far I have a fairly evenly divided number of votes including ones I received on Facebook. … At some point I hope to get to write all three, but have to decide where to start next! Thanks for your input, Sarah!

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