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If Your Body Could Talk

Author : Jacquie Sharples
ISBN : 0987479601
Genre : Self-actualization (Psychology) in women
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If your body could talk, is a book written for women struggling to find time for their bodies, written by a woman who has been there and experienced it firsthand. If your body could talk, is a collection of letters written from your body to you. Ask yourself the question, if your body could talk what would it say? "Did you hear me at dinner tonight when I was trying to signal that we were full?" "I felt so good after you did that workout today. I loved every second of it." "Please don't hate me or look at me in disgust." "I want to be your partner in a long, healthy and happy life. Not something you look at and cringe and something that you take for granted." If your body had choice who owned it, would it choose you, or trade you in for someone who treats it with more respect? Your career, your social life and your to-do list - they can wait. You only get one body and one life. It's time to listen to what it's saying and show yourself some love. It's time to listen to your body, and hear what it's telling you. Jacquie Sharples is a fitness and wellbeing coach and co-founder of Carpe Diem Wellbeing. After years seeing women frustrated with the number of confusing messages that made getting into shape even harder, Jacquie moved from a career as a corporate engineer, to devoting her time to help women get some bodylove. For more please visit www.ifyourbodycouldtalkbook.com.au and www.carpediemwellbeing.com.au
Category: Self-actualization (Psychology) in women

Just One Thing

Author : Rick Hanson
ISBN : 9781608820320
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 28.25 MB
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You’ve heard the expression, “It’s the little things that count.” Research has shown that little daily practices can change the way your brain works, too. This book offers simple brain-training practices you can do every day to protect against stress, lift your mood, and find greater emotional resilience. Just One Thing is a treasure chest of over fifty practices created specifically to deepen your sense of well-being and unconditional happiness. Just one practice each day can help you: Be good to yourself Enjoy life as it is Build on your strengths Be more effective at home and work Make peace with your emotions
Category: Self-Help

Keep It Good Understanding Creation Care Through Parables

Author : Lindsay Linsky
ISBN : 9780997590906
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Keep It Good examines creation from a creative and unique perspective. A perspective that is not political, not overly scientific, and not judgmental: with parables. Through stories about a family's struggles and successes, teenage escapades, tragic mistakes, historical figures, and modern day versions of literary pieces, Keep It Good will open your eyes to how Christians are missing the mark when it comes to God's creation and provide practical suggestions for how to get there.After all, how would you want your children treating your creation?"In recent years it has become evident that somewhere down the line Evangelical Christians' neglected the biblical mandate to be stewards of God's amazing creation. As a result, many Christians today mistakenly perceive environmentalism as a liberal agenda. Lindsay Linsky's book, Keep It Good is a creative call exhorting the church to not only embrace creation's care, but to respond to the extreme poor, those who are the most vulnerable to environmental decline, with justice and compassion." Tri RobinsonAuthor of Saving God's Green EarthDirector of i-61 Ministries
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Letters To A Young Artist

Author : Julia Cameron
ISBN : 9781409034032
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 27.9 MB
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Written in the form of letters to an aspiring artist, 'Letters to a Young Artist' includes Julia Cameron's hints on how to become an artist and encourage the creative flow. Full of exercises - she suggests, for example, writing 14 pages on anything every morning - and advice on an artist's approach to many aspects of life, including work and play, rest and exercise, adventure and security, relationships and sex, personal appearance. There are inspiring ideas on what to write about and invaluable encouragement in dealing with creative blocks and temporary failure.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Publicize Your Book

Author : Jacqueline Deval
ISBN : 9781440622786
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 74.2 MB
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For first-time authors or the seasoned pro, this is the absolutely essential how-to for getting publicity. This indispensable guide from a book publicity insider offers everything authors must know to assist their publishers in publicizing, marketing, and promoting their books, including: Effective networking Defining a target readership Creating pitches for talk shows Getting media coverage Utilizing the Internet and other outlets Preparing for interviews and tours Hiring an independent publicist “Read this book!—Ellen Levine, editorial director, Hearst Magazines.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Letters From Houston

Author : Michele Buonocore
ISBN : 9781469167510
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 85.15 MB
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Th is is Michele Buonocores journey. Th e book is comprised of e-mails that she would write to a large following of friends. She describes in each of the letters how she felt and what she felt during her treatment. She shares her spiritual growth and tells stories of her observations of patients, young and old. Th e stories she tells are very real life stories, with great feelings for the people she speaks of. Th ere are stories about Houston, the people, and her love for the homes in Galveston. George and Michele did little road trips, and she tells of the places and the people they discovered on their adventures. It is a book of her thoughts, her recipes, her ability to learn new ways while undergoing such a stressful time. It tells how she takes all she learns to be a far better person and healthier at the end of her treatment at MD Anderson and to begin her life in remission
Category: Biography & Autobiography

If Animals Could Talk

Author : Werner Gitt
ISBN : 0872132250
Genre : Animals
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What would we learn if animals could talk? Werner Gitt and K.H. Vanheiden have selected a fascinating group of creatures and spoken for them through lively dialogues with the reader. In doing so, our eyes are opened to the scientific wonders of the animal world, as well as the wisdom and beauty of God's creation. An excellent title for children and adults of all ages.
Category: Animals