Do you feel like your time is not your own?
Do you wish you had more hours in the day to attend to your own pursuits?
Well, today is your day...
Today is the official book launch for Creating Time a new book authored by my friend and creativity guru Marney Makridakis. I was lucky enough to receive a copy last week and have spent the last few days pouring over this amazing gem of a book. I wanted to do a little book review for all my Smaller Sarah readers. What is it about? It's about turning your experience of time from one of lack, tension and stress into one of ease, space and flow. This book will show you how to spin the straw of lost hours into a golden expanse of open space and free time.
Creating Time: Using Creativity to Reinvent the Clock and Reclaim Your Life (New World Library, April 17, 2012) has good news for those who feel there aren’t enough hours in the day to get it all done. Widely acclaimed creativity expert and author Marney K. Makridakis turns the concept of time management upside-down by presenting exciting new tools for experiencing time in fresh and exciting ways.
Since today is the official book launch, Smaller Sarah readers can buy up their own copy (today only) and receive an additional goody bag filled with treats from Marney's Artella Land Shop worth 125 dollars!
Buy the book today HERE!
More about the book...
Creating Time combines creativity with science to inspire readers to re-shape old thoughts and patterns that have been holding them back from being all they can be in this life. It presents, in a gorgeous four-color format, a fascinating adventure where readers not only imagine and create but completely reshape the way they think about their own time, using art and imagination as powerful catalysts for lasting change.
|From a Creating Time Artsignment: by Violette|
Creating Time presents 14 powerful concepts for creating time through creativity. Each chapter demonstrates, in a unique way, that we can create time outside of a linear view and welcome a truly new way to experience it. Each concept is illustrated through supportive material such as personal stories and anecdotes, literary and fun pop culture references, and creative interpretations of scientific theory and evidence. The conclusion of each chapter presents an ARTsignment, a short project based on the concepts in the chapter that is designed to activate and expand self-awareness and transformation. Each ARTsignment combines a step-by-step introspective process, interactive journal questions, and a unique, hands-on art project. Inspiring galleries with sample ARTsignments by contributing artists are included.
Don't miss out on your goodie bag from the Artella Land shop.
Get your copy of Creating Time HERE!