Lillian Corrigan was born in New York and raised in the suburbs of New Jersey. As a young person, she was quiet and studious. Her hobbies included gymnastics, softball, bicycling, swimming, puzzles and crafting a variety of things through trial and error. She led her sisters in games of "school," aspiring to become a teacher. Lillian attended St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia and then obtained her MBA from Rider University. During different portions of her career, she has worked in industry, teaching and management. She enjoys facilitating retreats and conducting workshops on topics including how to use different types of software to make tasks more efficient and effective, and finding strength and goodness in the face of adversity and hardship. Lillian enjoys all forms of writing and uses journaling as a means to cope, learn and grow from struggles and challenging experiences. She finds reading relaxing and story-telling, especially by the older generation, fascinating. Things that inspire Lillian include her grandparents, her father-in-law, puppies, forests, streams, hawks, wildlife, budding flowers, and the small miracles found through and with other people every day. Lillian's aspirations include more writing. She hopes to write another book, editorials, and self-help articles, as well as offering editing, coaching and formatting services for other authors wishing to self-publish.