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Boredom Buster

Where are you kicking boring out of your life?

Things were NOT boring in the office as boxes were opened and the smell of new books filled the air.  How exciting to now have a copy in our hands!  Stacks of boxes full of boredom busting ideas are ready to be shipped out to women who are wanting to work on creating a fulfilling life and legacy of joy, meaning and love.

And as you read your copy we’re getting curious………

Boredom Buster for a boring life

New release just unpacked!

 

Get rid of a boring summer!

The colourful cover of the new book!

We’re curious about where you are reading your book?  Is it joining you on holidays?  Are you soaking up the sun while learning how to think big and travel light?  Do you read a chapter during your lunch break?

WHERE are you when you’re learning how to kick boring out of your life?

We would love to see where you read (and how you relax!) and what you’re learning!  Post a photo of where you are with your copy of Kick the Boring Out of Your Life and hashtag it #kickboringout so can see where you are this summer!  Kick the Boring Out of Your Life is hitting the bookstores just in time for the August long weekend! Get started on kicking the boring out of your life and order your copy right here!

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Enjoying the shade, an iced tea and Kick the Boring Out of Your Life! #kickboringout

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Kicking the boring out while on the beach! #kickboringout

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Sneak peek of a new book to read this summer 2015!

A new book for summer 2015!

New book for 2015

Kick the Boring Out of Your Life – Released August 1, 2015.

My new book is in the delivery room of Harvest House hospital! It will hit book stores and Amazon August 1. I am excited about sharing what God has taught me in the past few years about Leveraging Pain, Travelling Light and many other things. I hope the following teaser gets you excited too…

In the fray of the frenetic pace we keep, it’s difficult to even care about priorities—let alone keep them in the right order. Many people are like the naïve bride who spends hundreds of hours planning the perfect wedding. She gives her attention to each sequin, napkin, and ribbon but fails to prepare for the marriage itself. Six months after the last of the confetti has fluttered to the ground, she gazes at her beautiful wedding album. Everything in the photos is literally perfect—except that she is standing next to Mr. Wrong. She got what she’d set her heart on—a perfect wedding. What she realizes too late is that her heart was set on the wrong thing.

I hate the thought that I could spend my life like a small child at Christmastime who unwraps a shiny new toy and then discards it to play with the wrapping paper. I don’t want to become so distracted by the temporary that I disregard the treasure. I need clarity to know what demands on my time, money, and energy are worth saying yes to and which ones should receive a resounding no.

How can I find the heart of what I want to live for? Who am I, and what am I about? If I’m a Jesus follower, I need to figure out how to distinguish the cluttered, claustrophobic life I’ve become accustomed to from the panoramic one God calls me to. Could “zooming out” help me identify what is important? Could a broader perspective help me find a life I can get excited about?

 

 

Are you looking for a new book to read this summer 2015?

Watch for Kick the Boring Out of Your Life to hit bookstores and Amazon on August 1, 2015!