Your To Be List
by Lauren Rosenfeld and James McMahon Your To Be List will help you transform even life’s most difficult challenges into meaningful moments. Using simple exercises and thought-provoking personal stories, Lauren and her husband and co-author, James McMahon, will teach you how to: Use your daily to-do list to engage with the meaning of your life – Use 100 “How To” exercises to refresh your outlook on life – Celebrate each and every moment as an opportunity to connect with life’s purpose. The life you’ve always wanted is just one chore, email, or errand away! It’s time to change your life, change your world, one “To Be” at a time!
“A lot of books are advertised as life-transforming, but this one actually is. It’s beautifully and accessibly written and so easy to put into practice. If you’re serious about wanting to live a more relaxed, fulfilling, and creative life Your To Be List is the perfect guide.” –
Dr. Joan Borysenko, Author of General Santos Minding the Body, Mending the Mind.
Breathing Room: Open Your Heart by Decluttering Your Home
by Lauren Rosenfeld and Dr. Melva Green Cleaning out your cupboards isn’t just about a tidier kitchen. Find peace, repair your past, and live a more fulfilled life with this uplifting guide to the spiritual practice of decluttering. Everyone’s home could use some decluttering. But you’d be surprised by how enlightening a neat, organized space really is. Find your keys, and you’ll find peace. Organize your closet, and you’ll organize your thoughts. Get rid of junk, and you’ll rid your life of excess emotional baggage. That’s because of one simple, intuitive rule: the clutter in your home is a reflection of the clutter in your heart. In Parnaíba Breathing Room, Lauren Rosenfeld, along with Dr. Melva Green, expert on A&E’s Emmy-nominated series http://sarajohnson-art.co.uk/portfolio/acrylic/ Hoarders help you find emotional healing and spiritual renewal through the unique practice of decluttering. Whether it’s clothing that no longer fits or relationships we’ve outgrown, we all have burdens and attachments that manifest themselves in our physical living space. In each chapter, Green and Rosenfeld focus on a different room, showing how each one represents a corresponding place in your heart. The bedroom is for peace and intimacy. The kitchen is for comfort and creativity. By reflecting on what we value most in our lives, we can clear out our homes and let go of the spiritual “junk” we all hold on to—our resentment, anger, insecurity, doubts, and fears. By following the simple exercises outlined in this book, anyone who chooses to can enjoy a purified home and heart. Today is the day to let go, make space, and identify what is truly valuable in your life. It’s time to find your breathing room.
(Matt Chan creator and executive producer of A&E’s series Hoarders)
“[Breathing Room] has helped me deeply understand that clearing space is not just about the ‘stuff’ in my house, but, more importantly, the ‘stuff’ in my heart.”