The Little Inspiration Book: Ideas to Empower Women began as little notes and quotes in DEB's journals. DEB's quest for adventure and self-discovery led her to write down ideas and thoughts as she backpacked through British Columbia, cycle toured alone through Iceland, and sailed from Canada to Mexico. As she traveled, she wrote about what gave her hope during difficult times, what motivated her, and how she was able to live her dreams. These ideas and her personal stories and photographs are here to inspire and encourage you.
Inside The Little Inspiration Book you will find ideas to teach and motivate you how to add positive change and growth into your life. Here's a sample of some of the chapters and ideas you'll find.
- Rejuvenate...Move your Body, Schedule a Sacred Day, Spent Time in Nature, Beautify Your Surroundings, and Live Like a Cat - Relax!
- Consider This... Stop Worrying, Don't Give Up, and Be Yourself - Be Confident!
- Try This! Play with Kids, Design Your Life, Write a Journal, Start a Project, and Get Rid of Something.
"The Little Inspiration Book is a treasure. No matter who you are or where you are, there is something in here that will help you remember who you are - right now!" - Christian Northrup, M.D. Author of Women's Bodies Women's Wisdom (Bantam, 1998)
"The Little Inspiration Book is filled with practical and doable suggestions to help women make the most of each moment and each day." - Kristine Carlson,author of Don't Sweat the Small Stuff for Women
"A sweet book full of ideas and resources for living a more fulfilling life." - Jack Canfield, Co-author, Chicken Soup for the Woman's Soul
Deb Chaney is a contemporary abstract artist and writer. She paints large layered mixed media abstract paintings on canvas and paper. Her art can be seen online at www.debchaney.com
as in Beverly Hills, LA, and Santa Barbara. She is also contributing author to Sand in my Bra, Funny Women Write From the Road
(Travelers’ Tales Publishing). Currently Deb is writing 64 succinct ideas and inspirations to ignite & support creativity, these words will overly her abstract artwork in a 64 card pack - due to be released February 2010. Along with writing a weekly blog (www.debchaney.blogspot.com
) about life as an artist, Deb has also written for various magazines and newspapers. She currently lives in Vancouver, BC with her daughter and when she’s not painting, parenting, or writing she enjoys yoga and time in the great outdoors.