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Are you living the life of your dreams? Is your life a celebration, splashing over with peace, joy, and victory? To make this a reality, join me on The Journey to the Beautiful Life. Gracing the pages of this book are 70 unforgettable paintings, inviting you to escape and slip away into a world that is beautiful, peaceful, and yet enchanting. This life enriching book contains over 200 powerful writings and heartwarming stories, selective scriptures, and more than 450 thought provoking quotations empowering you to live the abundant, Beautiful Life God designed for you. So come with me on an exciting journey - a journey that will change your life forever...
"Bonnie's Bits from the Beautiful Life is a collection of poetry that will appeal to a wide variety of people. Use it to find selections for your holidays and other special days. There are selections to appeal to the youngsters and the young-at-heart. Finally, there is a special section of inspirational poems. Whether you enjoy verse to make you laugh or to help you pray, find it here."--Page 4 of cover.
The late A-list celebrity makeup artist recounts his painful childhood, early career with Vogue magazine, and behind-the-scenes perspectives on the fashion industry, offering tips on how he created some of his most popular looks. Reprint. 50,000 first printing.
In 1987 Mina Dobic was diagnosed with stage IV ovarian cancer that had metastasized to her liver, bones and lymph system. Her doctors gave her only two months to live. Instead of accepting the death sentence, Mina decided to adopt the macrobiotic way of life. Six and a half months later, she was cancer free. This book tells the inspiring story.
Writing with “a delicate, beautiful balance of wit and yearning” (#1 New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Gilbert), Rebecca Barry’s poignant take on creativity, marriage, and motherhood will make you laugh and cry—sometimes at the same time. When Rebecca Barry, writer, mother, cat lady, and aspiring meditator, and her husband moved to upstate New York to start their family, they were optimistic that they’d be able to build a life they’d love: one connected to nature and extended family, one where they could invest in their artistic dreams, spend time with their children, live cheaply, and eat well. Naturally, things didn’t turn out to be so simple: the lovely old house they bought to fix up needed lots of repair, their children wouldn’t sleep, and the novel Rebecca had dreamed of writing simply wouldn’t come to her. “Anecdotal, funny, and telling, with the kinds of momentary glimpses of ordinary days that reflect something larger” (The New York Times), Recipes for a Beautiful Life is about reveling in the extraordinary moments in daily life while trying to balance marriage, children, extended family, and creative work. The book is an excellent companion for mothers with small children, but it also speaks to anyone trying to find meaning in their work or a life that is truer to the heart. Full of great dialogue, tongue-in-cheek recipes (Angry Mommy Tea), and tips on things like how to keep your house clean (“just don’t let anyone in”), Recipes captures the sweetness and beauty of answering your soul’s longing, as well as the difficulty, struggle, and humor that goes along with it. Mostly it is about the realization that a beautiful life, for this author, meant a rich, often chaotic, creative one. Or, as Redbook said when it featured the book in its “5 fabulous, even life-changing new reads” column: “Contentment isn’t about getting everything…but finding magic in the mess.”

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