The Peace and Plenty Journal of Well-Spent Moments
Description"Here is the golden opportunity to learn how to get the most you can out of living-to squeeze significance and happiness out of every moment, every hour, out of everything which happens in the daily round of existence...Be more elegant. Be serene. Be more gracious. Graciousness is the most profitable personal attribute in the world...Much comes from little. Light has power over darkness. Love has power over discord. Lie yields great returns, pressed down and running over." Margery Wilson How to Live Beyond Your Means (1945) Welcome to your new insight tool, the Peace and Plenty Journal of Well-Spent Moments created by Sarah Ban Breathnach, the New York Times best-selling author of Simple Abundance, as a companion volume to her acclaimed money memoir Peace and Plenty: Finding Your Path to Financial Serenity. What is a "well-spent" moment? Well, the expression is a play on words-we really spend very little on the things that make us truly content. The things that matter most are priceless. Here in these pages, you will find comforting home-grown rituals and seasonal suggestions to help you bring more contentment into your daily round. To inspire you Sarah has shared a bounty of blessings that bring her deep satisfaction and an increased sense of well-being throughout the year. The wisdom, warmth, compassion and disarming candor of Sarah Ban Breathnach has made her a trusted voice and reassuring guide to millions of women, illuminating the beauty and meaning in the ordinary. Let her gently encourage you to keep calm and carry on as you discover the well-spent moments waiting to be savored and cherished each day.
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About the Author
Sarah Ban Breathnach has been a contributing editor of Good Housekeeping and is the author of numerous books, including Simple Abundance: A Daybook of Comfort and Joy, Peace and Plenty: Finding Your Path to Financial Serenity, Something More: Excavating Your Authentic Self, and Romancing the Ordinary. MORE magazine named her one of the 50 Extraordinary Women Redefining What It Means to Be Fifty Today, and USA Today has described her body of work as simply irresistible. She currently lives in California.