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The author of Eat, Pray, Love digs deep into her own generative process to share wisdom and perspective about creativity, whether to write a book, make art, embark on a dream, or simply infuse everyday lives with more mindfulness and passion.
The title says it all! Henry Carroll, photographer and photography teacher shows anyone contemplating photography as a hobby how to get started. No jargon, no confusing diagrams, just inspiring images and playful hands-on tips.
With the help of a selection of writers, artists and thinkers - Flaubert, Wordsworth and Van Gogh - this bestseller provides invaluable insights into everything about holidays, travel, airports and sightseeing. An antidote to the travel guide.
Take a course in time-travel that lets you seize every day and make it feel like a long weekend. This book wants to help you cease clock-watching by making time work for you.
A chronic pain condition led this NZ author to use journaling as a remedy. She began to observe the natural world around her, and literature and art more closely. By giving herself to life, she discovered the power of writing to heal.
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