Bridgitte Jackson Buckley’s Little Visioneers Monthly Newsletter features (author of Letters from a Better Me) Rachael Wolff’s interview.
Thank you to everyone who supported the launch of Little Visioneers online pop-up bookstore! It was a great success! We are extremely appreciative of those who donated books to our inventory and purchased books through our website.
These were (hands down!) our bestselling titles:
Now that the initial pop-up has ended, Little Visioneers online bookstore will continue to maintain a small in-house inventory with the majority of book purchases going through our storefront on Bookshop.org.
Bookshop.org, a great alternative to buying books on Amazon, is an online bookstore which acts as a purveyor of new books by linking online shoppers with their favorite independent bookstore.
Their mission is to financially support local, independent bookstores.
When you see Little Visioneers name and logo in the top left corner, you are supporting our store.
On the Blog & On Bookshop
Summer is…well…it’s pretty much here. We’re all ready to get out and enjoy refreshing weather and good times. If you’re looking for something to add to your summer reading list, check out our latest post ‘Great Beach Reads to Add to Your Summer Reading List‘.
For a more extensive list – 25 books! – check out our book list on Bookshop.org.
These titles are “flying off” the (virtual) shelves:
What We’re Up To
Beyond Talking Points, a one-on-one interview series, highlights authentic insights and different perspectives on topics that go beyond traditional talking points.
The July line-up is as follows:
July 5th: Eve Marie Ford, licensed in Marriage and Family Therapy and certified as a Well-Being Coach, and the Founder and Executive Clinical Director of Eve’s Place of Peace, Center for Well-Being in Encino, CA, will discuss Resilience: Building Inner Strength to Weather Life’s Challenges.
July 12th: Rachael Wolff, speaker, blogger, transformational coach, and author of Letters from A Better Me: How Becoming An Empowered Woman Transforms the World, will discuss Forgiveness and The Impact of Affirmative Letter Writing.
July 19th: DJ Lee, writer, teacher, and regents professor in the English Department at Washington State University, and author of Remote: Finding Home in The Bitterroots will discuss The Natural World and Our Connection with Nature.
Interviews will be posted on our website.
We’ve partnered with Libro.fm to make it possible for you to buy audiobooks directly through our bookstore.
With Juneteenth right around the corner, Libro.fm is celebrating by gifting free audiobook copies of On Juneteenth by Annette Gordon-Reed.
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How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World
THE EMPOWERED WOMAN follows the belief system that is best explained in a quote by Byron Katie: “The most attractive thing about the Buddha was that he saved one person: himself. That’s all he needed to save; when he saved himself, he saved the whole world.”
The letters work in different ways depending on the chapter and part of the book.
How I Used Meditation to Go From Financial Failure to a Life of Purpose
You are not alone: Since the start of the recession, 8.8 million jobs have been lost, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Bridgitte Jackson-Buckley was one of those 8.8 million people who lost their jobs. Between 2007 and 2014, she was also one of 7.3 million homeowners who lost their homes to foreclosure. Some affected by job loss and foreclosure, due to the economic downturn, were able to bounce back relatively emotionally unscathed. Many, however, internalized the outer events as a negative reflection of their personal capacities without taking a deeper look at the crisis as a potential underlying catalyst. In The Gift of Crisis, Bridgitte shows you how to explore crisis as a tool for courageous change, regaining your self-esteem with self-love and self-compassion.