The Art of Midlife Stress Busting
Seven Steps to Declutter Your Mind Without Pills or Potions
“This world is but a canvas to our imagination.“ Henry David Thoreau
Are you stressed and unable to empty your mind? Do you think reading a book may help, yet don’t want it to take up too much time? The problem in today’s world is ‘stress information overload.’ Then this self-help book is for you, short and simple to help you declutter your mind.
Daily stresses can take their toll. More often than not you cannot remove yourself from the causes of your midlife stress. Yet you can clear your mind and choose to re-create the life you want to live.
We all have the ability to paint our own life canvas yet sometimes this gets forgotten. This self-help book uses the analogy of painting to help you become a ‘Stress Busting Artist’ in just seven steps.
“I dream my painting and then I paint my dream.”
Vincent Van Gogh
Spend 30 minutes, daily for just seven days and you can learn to integrate:
– Awareness of stress and what makes you tick
– Having the right life canvas tools
– Avoiding the two Ps: Perfectionism and Procrastination
– Avoiding Sufficient Syndrome
– Redecorating and starting a new life canvas
– Becoming a Grand Master
– Preparing for the future
“Creativity takes courage” Henry Matisse
This book is excellent for people who are looking at what they would like to change in their lives when they reach middle age. Or they want to find their purpose in life. It’s the sort of book that I would give my daughter, as it is simple, yet quite profound.
It is an excellent tool for starting the reader on the road to discovering themselves. Each chapter is like peeling an onion, and each layer reveals something more until you reach the centre of the onion, which is your true self. The self that you have been neglecting until now because you have been too busy to notice.
Many people reach what is known as a mid-life crisis. This time can be painful, especially now in the 21st century when at the age of fifty, you could still have another lifetime ahead. It is time when many people divorce, the kids leave home (if you’re lucky!) and you wonder what you are going to do for the rest of your life. You may be asking “What now? What is life all about? Why am I here?
This book will give you the tools to find out in a very simple way. But be warned because you will need those tools for the rest of your life! Although speaking from experience, you will grow to love using those tools every day. Patricia Cherry. UK
“I love this little book, it’s a bit like a never-ending story, you get to the last
page and then you start all over again!
Great advice in easy-to-understand language on how to change the canvas
of your life, it does exactly what it says on the tin. I urge you to read it, this
lady knows what she’s talking about.” Joy Shallcross. UK
A great guide to how you can take back control of your life and really make the changes you want to make. Easy to follow and in practical steps so you can see your progress. Get painting today!
Hilary Stringer. UK