While squeezing “me” time into hectic family schedules may be a challenge, it’s essential to find those few minutes here and there to keep things in balance.
For 2011, join us for a year of small me moments, exploring our lives and developing our authentic selves as we work through Sarah Ban Breathnach’s Simple Abundance: A Daybook of Comfort and Joy. We’ll learn to cultivate gratitude, simplicity, order, harmony, beauty and joy in our lives.
As Ban Breathnach notes in her preface, her book “began as a process devised to help me discover, possibly for the first time in my life, what mattered most.”
First published in 1995, this New York Times Bestseller features 366 daily entries (so it’s good for Leap Years, too). Each day’s entry includes an inspirational quotation and short essay. These are short and easy to read. Thought provoking and action-inspiring.
The format of the book – with dated entries – means you can dive in at any time, and resume when you can if you’ve missed a few days. No need to worry about catching up. Read and reflect and then join our on-line discussion. Read Cyndi’s blog about how Simple Abundance affected her life. Does the book motivate you? How does it speak to your life? Share your ideas with us.