Book: Watching the Daisies - Life Lessons on the Importance of Slow by Brigid P. Gallaghercategories: Book, Inspirational, Self Help, Travel, Natural Medicines, Fibromyalgia, Health, India, Rome, Bali, Lourdes, Organic Horticulture, Memoir
Brigid P. Gallagherabout this book: "Watching the Daisies - Life Lessons on the Importance of Slow" is an inspirational self help and travel memoir, written to inspire others on their self healing journey.
I used to be a busy person until I was stopped in my tracks by a mystery illness in 2003. Two years of soul searching followed, before I entered a new life in the slow lane; I eventually retrained in organic horticulture - hence the title. My previous career spanned 20 years as a natural medicines therapist and teacher.
Although I was eventually diagnosed with fibromyalgia, my experiences will echo that of many others who have sought healing from a variety of diseases.
Creative writing has helped me to put the past to rest, and embrace a new career as an author and blogger.
My memoir is full of self help techniques, positive insights and my experiences of other cultures including solo travels to India, Morocco, Bali, Rome, Lourdes...
It will appeal to readers who enjoy inspirational memoirs, travel and indeed anyone who is searching for answers to their own self healing.
• A touching whirlwind of an autobiography showcasing family, travel, personal discoveries, healing modalities, and an energetic, loving life author.
• A must read for anyone who loved Eat, Pray, Love.
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