A writer of remarkable wisdom, warmth and compassion, Sarah Ban Breathnach’s (pronounced “Bon Brannock”) has become a trusted voice to women around the world. Sarah is the #1 New York Times best-selling author of Simple Abundance: A Daybook of Comfort and Joy and the creator of The Simple Abundance Journal of Gratitude. Sarah’s work celebrates quiet joys, simple pleasures, and well-spent moments. By reminding us to search for the small and the sweet in our daily round with appreciation and awe, we find the beauty in the everyday. Millions of women, including Oprah Winfrey agreed and discovered unexpected contentment and solace in their own lives. Now Sarah introduces the magic of gratitude to little children and their families in her debut children’s book, The Best Part of The Day, a delightful and reassuring journey through the seasons. Sarah lives in Southern California near her daughter, Kate, and their beloved animals.
About Sarah Ban Breathnach
• Featured on Oprah.com for 10 Ways to Rediscover Everything You’ve Got. “Sarah Ban Breathnach, author of Simple Abundance, inspired Oprah to start a gratitude journal. Here, she reminds us of all that we have to be grateful for.”
• With over 14 visits to the Oprah Winfrey network, most recently in 2012 on Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday series.
• Deepak Chopra proclaimed Sarah Ban Breathnach “a one-woman women’s movement…just the subversively cosmic voice society needs” to help America “re-evaluate our values…”
• MORE Magazine named Sarah Ban Breathnach as one of the 50“extraordinary” women redefining what it means to be fifty today
• Because the editors of People Magazine believed Sarah Ban Breathnach had her finger on the pulse of the American people she was asked to be a special correspondent at the funeral of Princess Diana in September 1997
• Sarah Ban Breathnach has been a contributing editor of Good Housekeeping and wrote a regular column on “everyday spirituality”, the first for a mainstream woman’s magazine.
• USA Today described Sarah’s body of work “Simply Irresistible.”
• TV Guide has turned to Sarah Ban Breathnach twice to write on the role of spirituality and television, for solace after 9/11
• The critically acclaimed George Magazine named Sarah Ban Breathnach as one of America’s “most fascinating women of power and influence” (October 1998).
• The American Benefactor magazine noted when discussing the Simple Abundance Charitable Fund, founded by Sarah Ban Breathnach, that while “it’s not necessary to reconcile your public personal with your personal life these days, it’s refreshing when someone does like Sarah Ban Breathnach…” Since 1995 the SACF has supported the vision of more than 100 non-profit organizations by awarding over $1 million in financial support from Sarah’s royalties, product sales and speaking fees.