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Book Giveaway: 365 Tiny Love Challenges

By on Oct 08, 2015


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You can do something, right now, to create more satisfying relationships. – Lori Deschene

Special Announcement: Today’s post includes a free book giveaway of Tiny Buddha’s 365 Love Challenges. If you are reading by email, click through to the site to enter.

As a writer of inspirational content, I still need to be inspired, too. Like everyone else, I get tired, feel weary and sometimes I can’t find the spark to get going again. When those days happen, I turn to Lori Deschene’s wonderfully encouraging website, Tiny Buddha.

For the past six years. Lori has helped me find my inspiration when it has gone missing. The honest content, inspiring quotes and welcoming community at Tiny Buddha is genuine and sincere.

Because of my positive experience with her website, I’m happy to share Lori’s latest book, Tiny Buddha’s 365 Tiny Love Challenges. Like her website, the book is a daily source of wisdom – and inspiration.

Now, it’s your turn to learn more about the book and have the opportunity to win one of two free hardcover copies.

The Giveaway

1. Share one thing you appreciate about yourself in Comments below. Reading by email? Just click here to visit the blog so you can leave a comment, too!

2. Copy and paste this Tweet: Book Giveaway -> Tiny Buddha’s 365 Love Challenges http://goo.gl/FTYbzK via @thebridgemaker

Giveaway Update: The two winners have been selected in Comments below.

The Book

Tiny Buddha’s 365 Tiny Love Challenges is a simple guide to help readers pursue happy, connected lives and bring greater love into the world.

Each week begins with an inspirational message written by members of the TinyBuddha.com online community, followed by seven days of short challenges that focus on self-love, giving and receiving love in relationships and friendships, and spreading love in the world, such as:

  • Write a list of three things you appreciate about yourself and place it somewhere in your home where you’ll frequently see it throughout the day
  • Compliment someone who serves you in some way (for example, a waiter, barista, or bus driver) on how well they do their job.
  • Keep an eye out for someone who looks sad—a friend, coworker, or even stranger—and say something that might make them laugh or smile.

By using the book each day throughout the year, you will learn to develop closer bonds in relationships, let go of anger and bitterness, better understand themselves and their loved ones, and turn strangers into friends.

The themes in the book include:
– Kindness and Thoughtfulness
– Compassion and Understanding
– Authenticity and Vulnerability
– Releasing Anger and Forgiving
– Attention and Listening
– Honesty and Trust
– Kindness and Thoughtfulness
– Acceptance and Non-Judgment
– Releasing Comparisons and Competition
– Support and Encouragement
– Admiration and Appreciation
– Giving and Receiving

This book provides thought-provoking ideas for simple, fun challenges to help us live happier, more loving lives. – Gretchen Rubin

About Lori

Lori Deschene is the founder of Tiny Buddha, an online community that enables participants to share their experiences and insights to help themselves and others. Since launching the site in 2009, she has helped over 1,200 writers tell their stories, attracting more than three million monthly readers.

Lori is the author of Tiny Buddha: Simple Wisdom for Life’s Hard Questions and Tiny Buddha’s Guide to Loving Yourself. She has presented at the Wisdom 2.0 Conference, and her writing has been featured in Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, Shambhala Sun, Tricycle: The Buddhist Review and Chicken Soup for the Soul.

Let this book inspire you to become a more loving, compassionate person. – Marci Shimoff

Read more about Tiny Buddha’s 365 Love Challenges on Amazon.

Giveaway Reminder

1. Share one thing you appreciate about yourself in Comments below. Reading by email? Just click here to visit the blog so you can leave a comment, too!

2. Copy and paste this Tweet: Book Giveaway -> Tiny Buddha’s 365 Love Challenges http://goo.gl/FTYbzK via @thebridgemaker

Giveaway Update: The two winners have been selected in Comments below.

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