Let Sarah Ban Breathnach be your coach to keep you on the path you have chosen.
As a daybook, you get one short reading for every day of the year. I started in January 2012, because I thought that made sense and I decided it was time to experience Breathnach’s book this year. Breathnach has a definite purpose to give you more reasons to have an attitude of gratitude and allow you to simplify your lives. She gives serious reasons for downsizing, simplifying and also for beautifying and loving ourselves.
What a joyful journey this has been for me. Her stories are terrific and day after day, I get poems from them. I can’t imagine any writer not getting some most useful prompts from Breathnach. She has clear purpose in helping readers
She’s not a pushy coach, but neither is she a cushy, mushy coach. You must have and use a daily abundance diary book to record five things you are grateful for each day. No options—here she’s clear. Do it or don’t bother going forward, because you’ll fail and that’s not a path Breathnach wants to join you on.
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