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Love the Home You Have: Simple Ways to...Embrac...
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What if the house of your dreams is the home you have? Meet Melissa Michaels, creator of the popular blog The Inspired Room and the best contentment coach you'll ever meet. With humor and candor, Melissa reveals how to transform your rooms (and your life) from plainly livable to fabulously lovable.  Like a perfectly overstuffed chair, Melissa's encouragement beckons you to get comfortable and then get creative as you:  Find beauty in the ordinary Discover your style and let it shine with simple ideas  Entertain possibilities and people with more gratitude and joy Gather inspiration in the 31-day 'Love Your Home Challenge' Leap from dreamer to doer with confidence  Learn about much more than decor This is your invitation to fall in love with the home you have and embrace the gifts of life, people, and blessings right where you are. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Randye Kaye. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/011180/bk_tant_011180_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 30.09.2020
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Sick Girl , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 614min
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The publication of Sick Girl garnered tremendous attention, generated impressive sales, and ignited controversy. Both inspiring and provocative, reactions to the book ranged from inflammatory posts on a US News & World Report blog to hundreds of letters to a full-page review in People. Amy's force, her candor, and her refusal to be the thankful patient from whom we expect undiluted gratitude for the medical treatments that have extended her life have put her at the center of a debate on patient rights and the omnipotent power of doctors. At 24 Amy was a typical type-A law student: smart, driven, and highly competitive. With a full course load and a budding romance, it seemed nothing could slow her down...until her heart began to fail. Amy chronicles her harrowing medical journey from the first misdiagnosis to her astonishing recovery, which is made all the more dramatic by the romantic bedside courtship with her future husband and her uncompromising desire to become a mother. In her remarkable book she presents a patient's perspective with shocking honesty that allows the listener to live her nightmare from the inside - an unforgettable experience that is both disturbing and utterly compelling. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Eileen Stevens. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/021866/bk_adbl_021866_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Heaven Is Here: An Incredible Story of Hope, Tr...
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Go on an unforgettable journey, with a woman who has unimaginable strength. Stephanie Nielson began sharing her life in 2005 on nieniedialogues.com, drawing readers in with her warmth and candor. She quickly attracted a loyal following that was captivated by the upbeat mother happily raising her young children, madly in love with her husband, Christian (Mr. Nielson to her readers), and filled with gratitude for her blessed life. However, everything changed in an instant on a sunny day in August 2008, when Stephanie and Christian were in a horrific plane crash. Christian was burned over 40 percent of his body, and Stephanie was on the brink of death, with burns over 80 percent of her body. She would remain in a coma for four months. In the aftermath of this harrowing tragedy, Stephanie maintained a stunning sense of humor, optimism, and resilience. She has since shared this strength of spirit with others through her blog, in magazine features, and on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Now, in this moving memoir, Stephanie tells the full, extraordinary story of her unlikely recovery and the incredible love behind it—from a riveting account of the crash to all that followed in its wake. With vivid detail, Stephanie recounts her emotional and physical journey, from her first painful days after awakening from the coma to the first time she saw her face in the mirror, the first kiss she shared with Christian after the accident, and the first time she talked to her children after their long separation. She also reflects back on life before the accident, to her happy childhood as one of nine siblings, her close-knit community and strong Mormon faith, and her fairy-tale love story, all of which became her foundation of strength as she rebuilt her life. What emerges from the wreckage of a tragic accident is a unique perspective on joy, beauty, and overcoming adversity that is as gripping as it is inspirational. Heaven Is Here is a poignant reminder of how 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stephanie Nielson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hype/000104/bk_hype_000104_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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ISBN Better Than Before Buch
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A NOTE TO THE READERBetter Than Before tackles the question: How do we change ? One answer-by using habits.Habits are the invisible architecture of daily life. We repeat about 40 percent of our behavior almost daily, so our habits shape our existence, and our future. If we change our habits, we change our lives.But that observation just raises another question: Okay, then, how do we change our habits ? That's what this book seeks to answer.But while Better Than Before explores how to change your habits, it won't tell you what particular habits to form. It won't tell you to exercise first thing in the morning, or to eat dessert twice a week, or to clear out your office. (Well, actually, there is one area where I do say what habit I think is best. But only one.)The fact is, no one-size-fits-all solution exists. It's easy to dream that if we copy the habits of productive, creative people, we'll win similar success. But we each must cultivate the habits that work for us . Some people do better when they start small, others when they start big. Some people need to be held accountable, some defy account- ability. Some thrive when they give themselves an occasional break from their good habits, others when they never break the chain. No wonder habit formation is so hard.The most important thing is to know ourselves , and to choose the strategies that work for us.Before you begin, identify a few habits that you'd like to adopt, or changes you'd like to make. Then, as you read, consider what steps you want to try. You may even want to note today's date on your book's flyleaf, so you'll remember when you began the process of change.To help you shape your habits, I regularly post suggestions on my blog, and I've also created many resources to help you make your life better than before. But I hope that the most compelling inspiration is the book you hold in your hands.I see habits through the lens of my own experience, so this ac- count is colored by my particular personality and interests. "Well," you might think, "if everyone forms habits differently, why should I bother to read a book about what someone else did?"During my study of habits and happiness, I've noticed something surprising: I often learn more from one person's idiosyncratic experiences than I do from scientific studies or philosophical treatises. For this reason, Better Than Before is packed with individual examples of habit changes. You may not be tempted by Nutella, or travel too much for work, or struggle to keep a gratitude journal, but we can all learn from each other.It's simple to change habits, but it's not easy.I hope that reading Better Than Before will encourage you to harness the power of habits to make change in your own life. Whenever you read this, and wherever you are, you're in the right place to begin.IT'S NOT ENOUGH TO BEGINSome habit-formation strategies are familiar and obvious-like Monitoring or Scheduling-but others took me more time to understand. As I studied habits, I slowly began to recognize the tremendous importance of the time of beginning.The most important step is the first step . All those old sayings are really true. Well begun is half done. Don't get it perfect, get it going. A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Nothing is more exhausting than the task that's never started, and strangely, starting is often far harder than continuing .That first step is tough. Every action has an ignition cost: getting myself to the gym and changed into my gym clothes can be more challenging than actually working out. That's why good habits are a tremendous help: they make the starting process automatic.Without yet having a name for it, in fact, I'd invoked the power of the Strategy of First Steps as I was starting to write this book.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 30.09.2020
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Yoga Wisdom
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**2018 Nautilus Award Winner** Awarded 2018 Top Ranked Yoga Blog Essential and uplifting advice that will help you get from where you are to who you hope to become. Often referred to as The Traveling Yogini, beloved yoga teacher Stephanie Spence explores what it means to become our truest selves. Weaving her experience as a writer, mother, and PTSD survivor, Spence affirms that not only is the soul’s messy and unpredictable journey inevitable, it is essential to our quest to live a life we thrive in. Yoga heals—not just the body, but the heart and soul. Whether you’ve only dabbled with the idea of trying yoga, or have practiced for a long time, yoga is about you. Physically, it increases endurance, strength, and flexibility. Mentally, it reduces stress and helps you find stillness in a chaotic world. Spiritually, it helps you evolve to your highest potential and live in a space of gratitude and peace no matter what’s happening around you. Here, Spence has gathered the wisdom of eighty-five acclaimed yogis to enable readers to live their life to the fullest. Real and raw wisdom from global leaders in the yoga community—from classic yoga superstars to today’s rock-your-daily-asana hipsters—will motivate you to live a life beyond your wildest dreams. Filled with universal insights, intimate, comforting stories, and spiritually practical tips, Yoga Wisdom is here to help keep you on the road to truth, authenticity, and balance in all aspects of your life.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 30.09.2020
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Better Than Before Journal
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A NOTE TO THE READER Better Than Before tackles the question: How do we change ? One answer-by using habits. Habits are the invisible architecture of daily life. We repeat about 40 percent of our behavior almost daily, so our habits shape our existence, and our future. If we change our habits, we change our lives. But that observation just raises another question: Okay, then, how do we change our habits ? That's what this book seeks to answer. But while Better Than Before explores how to change your habits, it won't tell you what particular habits to form. It won't tell you to exercise first thing in the morning, or to eat dessert twice a week, or to clear out your office. (Well, actually, there is one area where I do say what habit I think is best. But only one.) The fact is, no one-size-fits-all solution exists. It's easy to dream that if we copy the habits of productive, creative people, we'll win similar success. But we each must cultivate the habits that work for us . Some people do better when they start small; others when they start big. Some people need to be held accountable; some defy account- ability. Some thrive when they give themselves an occasional break from their good habits; others when they never break the chain. No wonder habit formation is so hard. The most important thing is to know ourselves , and to choose the strategies that work for us. Before you begin, identify a few habits that you'd like to adopt, or changes you'd like to make. Then, as you read, consider what steps you want to try. You may even want to note today's date on your book's flyleaf, so you'll remember when you began the process of change. To help you shape your habits, I regularly post suggestions on my blog, and I've also created many resources to help you make your life better than before. But I hope that the most compelling inspiration is the book you hold in your hands. I see habits through the lens of my own experience, so this ac- count is colored by my particular personality and interests. 'Well,' you might think, 'if everyone forms habits differently, why should I bother to read a book about what someone else did?' During my study of habits and happiness, I've noticed something surprising: I often learn more from one person's idiosyncratic experiences than I do from scientific studies or philosophical treatises. For this reason, Better Than Before is packed with individual examples of habit changes. You may not be tempted by Nutella, or travel too much for work, or struggle to keep a gratitude journal, but we can all learn from each other. It's simple to change habits, but it's not easy. I hope that reading Better Than Before will encourage you to harness the power of habits to make change in your own life. Whenever you read this, and wherever you are, you're in the right place to begin. IT'S NOT ENOUGH TO BEGIN Some habit-formation strategies are familiar and obvious-like Monitoring or Scheduling-but others took me more time to understand. As I studied habits, I slowly began to recognize the tremendous importance of the time of beginning. The most important step is the first step . All those old sayings are really true. Well begun is half done. Don't get it perfect, get it going. A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Nothing is more exhausting than the task that's never started, and strangely, starting is often far harder than continuing . That first step is tough. Every action has an ignition cost: getting myself to the gym and changed into my gym clothes can be more challenging than actually working out. That's why good habits are a tremendous help: they make the starting process automatic. Without yet having a name for it, in fact, I'd invoked the power of the Strategy of First Steps as I was starting to write this book.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 30.09.2020
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Yoga Wisdom
18,99 € *
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**2018 Nautilus Award Winner** Awarded 2018 Top Ranked Yoga Blog Essential and uplifting advice that will help you get from where you are to who you hope to become. Often referred to as The Traveling Yogini, beloved yoga teacher Stephanie Spence explores what it means to become our truest selves. Weaving her experience as a writer, mother, and PTSD survivor, Spence affirms that not only is the soul’s messy and unpredictable journey inevitable, it is essential to our quest to live a life we thrive in. Yoga heals—not just the body, but the heart and soul. Whether you’ve only dabbled with the idea of trying yoga, or have practiced for a long time, yoga is about you. Physically, it increases endurance, strength, and flexibility. Mentally, it reduces stress and helps you find stillness in a chaotic world. Spiritually, it helps you evolve to your highest potential and live in a space of gratitude and peace no matter what’s happening around you. Here, Spence has gathered the wisdom of eighty-five acclaimed yogis to enable readers to live their life to the fullest. Real and raw wisdom from global leaders in the yoga community—from classic yoga superstars to today’s rock-your-daily-asana hipsters—will motivate you to live a life beyond your wildest dreams. Filled with universal insights, intimate, comforting stories, and spiritually practical tips, Yoga Wisdom is here to help keep you on the road to truth, authenticity, and balance in all aspects of your life.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 30.09.2020
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Better Than Before Journal
14,99 € *
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A NOTE TO THE READER Better Than Before tackles the question: How do we change ? One answer-by using habits. Habits are the invisible architecture of daily life. We repeat about 40 percent of our behavior almost daily, so our habits shape our existence, and our future. If we change our habits, we change our lives. But that observation just raises another question: Okay, then, how do we change our habits ? That's what this book seeks to answer. But while Better Than Before explores how to change your habits, it won't tell you what particular habits to form. It won't tell you to exercise first thing in the morning, or to eat dessert twice a week, or to clear out your office. (Well, actually, there is one area where I do say what habit I think is best. But only one.) The fact is, no one-size-fits-all solution exists. It's easy to dream that if we copy the habits of productive, creative people, we'll win similar success. But we each must cultivate the habits that work for us . Some people do better when they start small; others when they start big. Some people need to be held accountable; some defy account- ability. Some thrive when they give themselves an occasional break from their good habits; others when they never break the chain. No wonder habit formation is so hard. The most important thing is to know ourselves , and to choose the strategies that work for us. Before you begin, identify a few habits that you'd like to adopt, or changes you'd like to make. Then, as you read, consider what steps you want to try. You may even want to note today's date on your book's flyleaf, so you'll remember when you began the process of change. To help you shape your habits, I regularly post suggestions on my blog, and I've also created many resources to help you make your life better than before. But I hope that the most compelling inspiration is the book you hold in your hands. I see habits through the lens of my own experience, so this ac- count is colored by my particular personality and interests. 'Well,' you might think, 'if everyone forms habits differently, why should I bother to read a book about what someone else did?' During my study of habits and happiness, I've noticed something surprising: I often learn more from one person's idiosyncratic experiences than I do from scientific studies or philosophical treatises. For this reason, Better Than Before is packed with individual examples of habit changes. You may not be tempted by Nutella, or travel too much for work, or struggle to keep a gratitude journal, but we can all learn from each other. It's simple to change habits, but it's not easy. I hope that reading Better Than Before will encourage you to harness the power of habits to make change in your own life. Whenever you read this, and wherever you are, you're in the right place to begin. IT'S NOT ENOUGH TO BEGIN Some habit-formation strategies are familiar and obvious-like Monitoring or Scheduling-but others took me more time to understand. As I studied habits, I slowly began to recognize the tremendous importance of the time of beginning. The most important step is the first step . All those old sayings are really true. Well begun is half done. Don't get it perfect, get it going. A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Nothing is more exhausting than the task that's never started, and strangely, starting is often far harder than continuing . That first step is tough. Every action has an ignition cost: getting myself to the gym and changed into my gym clothes can be more challenging than actually working out. That's why good habits are a tremendous help: they make the starting process automatic. Without yet having a name for it, in fact, I'd invoked the power of the Strategy of First Steps as I was starting to write this book.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 30.09.2020
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Empowering English Language Learners
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Empowering English Language Learners showcases strategies of those who teach English as a second language in pre-schools, graduate schools, secular public schools, and private Christian schools. What makes this book unique is the way each teacher evaluates teaching strategy through personal experience. This book explains what works and what doesn't. With additional contributions from: Dean Borgman Julia Davis Jean Dimock Cherry Gorton Seong Park Olga Soler Virginia D. Ward Gemma Wenger ''Like the neighbor in the parable of the Good Samaritan, what if the help needed in the story is the learning of English? Would you give? Empowering English Language Learners is a book that takes you to experience what happens when the Christian value of being a 'neighbor' is embraced in teaching English to the non-English speakers in different settings. Lively and practical!'' --Seong Hyun Park, Dean of Boston Campus and Assistant Professor of Old Testament, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary ''Empowering ELLs is a very important topic for all teachers. Many strategies for successfully empowering ELLs have been made by experienced and effective teachers and administrators in secular and Christian settings to students of all age levels. I highly recommend this book as an indispensable resource for all.'' --Aida Besancon Spencer, Senior Professor of New Testament, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Jeanne C. DeFazio is the editor of Berkeley Street Theatre: How Improvisation and Street Theatre Emerged as a Christian Outreach to the Culture of the Time, coeditor of Redeeming the Screens with William David Spencer and Creative Ways to Build Christian Community with John P. Lathrop. She also co-authored, with Teresa Flowers, How to Have an Attitude of Gratitude on the Night Shift. William David Spencer is Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Theology and the Arts at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary's Boston Campus/Center for Urban Ministerial Education (CUME). He is the author of more than two hundred articles, stories, poems, chapters in books, reviews, editorials, and with his wife writes the blog From the Timeless to the Timely: Applying Scriptural Truths Today. He is also co-author or editor of sixteen books.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 30.09.2020
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