- Paperback: 320 pages
- Publisher: New World Library; 1 edition (May 1, 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1577319826
- ISBN-13: 978-1577319825
- Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 0.8 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 15.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 83 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #130,976 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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In The Way of the Happy Woman, Sara Avant Stover offers hundreds of baby steps simple yet deceptively profound toward living a happier, healthier, more balanced life. Even a few of these, practiced regularly, could be transformational. Highly recommended!”
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Rest in the nest of this beautiFULL book, and allow it to soak in and beam its wisdom to you. Your way is that of the happy woman, and these words will awaken, inspire, and deeply support you on your way-finding.”
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This lovely, born-of-experience book is a primer on how to live in accord with the energies of the natural world. Clear and thoughtful, it will help you remember that even amid the demands of work, school, family, and incessant email, you’re still a goddess.”
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The Way of the Happy Woman is an incredible book. I love the way Sarah has formatted this book. She has the book arranged by seasons of the year with everything from self-work to yoga to healthy eating and so much more.
I love this book so much that I bought it for my two sisters and three of my soul sisters. I'm also ordering today two more copies for my daughters for their birthdays.
Thank you Sarah!
This book is a wonderful reminder for women to fill their own cup, so that they can continue to give and nurture those people/organizations/pets, etc. that they care about. Caring for yourself is an act of love for yourself and others, not a selfish act. Sometimes it can be difficult to remember, but with Sarah's book, caring for myself became easier, and of higher priority.
For many years I was living in tune with the seasons, my body, heart, mind and soul, but when I returned to school, and an intense job, I lost many of the tools and ways that had worked for me in the past. This book rekindled the nurturing for myself that I had lost. I also felt it was an important enough book to give to my teen daughter, so that she will nurture herself with the care she deserves. My good friends also received copies.
I am not a huge yoga fan, and the book has a lot of yoga in it, but I do enjoy stretching, pilates, and bellydancing, so I combine that as my physical practice. If you are not a yogini, definitely adapt the practices that are in the book to YOUR lifestyle.
This year, I added my definite yesses and definite nos to my awareness, and it is helping to shape my enjoyment of my life. I posted a "say outloud--I Love You (your name here)," on the bathroom mirror, and now my whole family tells themselves they love themselves. I am pleased with that. My daughter and I report the most difficult time with that exercise, so I definitely see the need to continue!
Care for yourself. It isn't selfish. And, you might just be showing-the-way to someone else that YOU love! In sisterhood...