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Moving On: Creating Your House of Belonging with Simple Abundance Hardcover – March 21, 2006
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Sarah Ban Breathnach's (pronounced "Bon Brannock") work celebrates quiet joys, simple pleasures, and everyday epiphanies. The wisdom, warmth, compassion and disarming candor of her No. 1 New York Times bestsellers, Simple Abundance: A Daybook of Comfort and Joy and Something More have made her a trusted voice to millions of women. First published in November 1995 with little fanfare, Simple Adundancea daily inspirational guide written for people who wish to live by their own lightssoon found its audience through word-of-mouth raves including Oprah Winfrey's, who named it her "favorite book" in 1996 and called it "life-changing." Simple Abundance went on to sell 5 million copies in the U.S. alone and USA Today named it one of the top 10 bestselling books of the 90s. Ban Breathnach's frequent appearances on Oprah's show fueled demand for additional SBB publishing projects, which included 10 books in as many years, a successful line of calendars, as well as audio books. Women view her as a loving life coach, friend, and guide. Now, after a life-changing hiatus during which Ban Breathnach divorced, moved to England, and remarried, Sarah is back by popular demand with another life-changing book. This one covers life's inevitable changes, helping every woman facing change to let go, move on, and, finally, to create a beloved new "house of belonging" for herself, at any age and stage of life.
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I needed a way to find out if I used these items because they were convenient, or because they were truly my favorites - things I loved and that nourished my soul.
Most of the decluttering and get organized books give you steps to get the physical clutter out the way. Julie Morgenstern's Organizing from the Inside Out and Karen Kingston's Clearing the Clutter help you uncover the psychological reasons why we hold onto clutter. They are great at helping you clear your mental blocks to getting and staying decluttered and organized.
Moving On by Sarah Ban Breathnach takes it to the next level. The author helps you slow down and make a soul nourishing connection to your home and possessions. Using the same format as her bestselling Simple Abundance and Something More, she leads you step by step to turn your home from neatly organized to a sanctuary of soul contentment for you and your family.
Moving On is part memoir, part soul nourishing exercises to coax you into re-connecting to what you love most in your home and life. This is just what I needed in this fast paced world. Like most people, I have a frenzeid commute to work and I am in the office long hours. I spend most of my weekend running errands. I have very little time/waking hours at home. I need that time to be in a place that rejuvenates me and recharges my soul. With this new book by Sarah Ban Breathnach, I feel I can create my home haven, my soul sanctuary with relative ease.
If you loved her other books, you will really appreciate this new entry in the Simple Abundance series. It is a soul nourishing way to declutter, stay organized and enjoy the things in your home and life that you cherish and love the most.
I also recommend all books by Karen Kingston, Julie Morgenstern, Victoria Moran and Alexandra Stoddard.