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Sarah Ban Breathnach

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Good Housekeeping

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Good Housekeeping

300 West 57Th Street

New York City, New York,10019

United States

Company Description

Celebrating 130 years, Good Housekeeping (goodhousekeeping.com) is a leading lifestyle media brand inspiring a monthly audience of 30+ million readers to discover genius innovations, delicious ideas, style-savvy trends, compelling news and best-in-class produc...more

Background Information

Employment History

Free-Lance Writer

CoastViews Magazine


Affiliations

Simple Abundance , Inc.

Founder


Gratitude Journal - Simple Abundance

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Illustrated Discovery Journal

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The Washington Post Company

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Katie's Kids

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BACK TO SEARCH RESULTS Because its editors feel that Sarah has her finger on the pulse of the American people, in September 1997 she was commissioned by People Magazine to cover the funeral of Princess Diana. As a contributing editor of Good Housekeeping she writes a regular column on "everyday spirituality", the first such feature in a mainstream American woman's publication. She is the founder of the Simple Abundance Charitable Fund, a non-profit bridge group between charitable causes and the public dedicated to increasing awareness that "doing good" and "living the good life" are soul mates. In acknowledging Sarah's contributions to rethinking the role of philanthropy, Since 1995, the SACF has supported the vision of 85 non-profit organizations by awarding over $1 million in financial support.


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Sarah Ban Breathnach, Publisher
Facts About Sarah Ban Breathnach Sarah Ban Breathnach has appeared many times on TheOprah WinfreyShow. Recently she was on Oprah's Webcast Soul Series. Sarah presented at Maria Schriver's Women's Conference in Los Angeles, October, 2008. Sarah has designed "Simple Abundance Close to Home" as community workshops based on the Principles of Simple Abundance. She has conducted seminars in CA and Florida to train professionals as certified leaders of the workshop. Deepak Chopra proclaimed Sarah Ban Breathnach "a one-woman's movement...just the subversively cosmic voice society needs" to help America "re-evaluate our values..." More magazine named Sarah as one of the 50 "extraordinary" women redefining what it means to be fifty today. People magazine asked Sarah to be a special correspondent at the funeral and celebration of the life of Princess Diane in London, September, 1997. TV Guide has turned to Sarah Ban Breathnach twice to write on the role of spirituality and television for solace after the horror of 9/11. Sarah Ban Breathnach has been a contributing editor of Good Housekeeping and wrote a column on "everyday spirituality", the first for a mainstream woman's magazine. USA Today described Sarah's body of work as "Simply Irresistible". Since 1995 the Simple Abundance Charitable Fund, founded by Sarah Ban Breathnach, has supported the visions of more than 100 non-profit organizations by awarding over $1 million in financial support. Sarah Ban Breathnach presently lives in Southern California. Her book - Peace and Plenty - was published in December, 2010 by Grand Central Publishing. This is a most timely book and Sarah's global fans are already giving it high praise. October 8 through 10, 2010 Sarah led another training on Simple Abundance as well as on her new book Peace and Plenty. Facts About Sarah Ban Breathnach Some Books Written by Sarah Ban Breathnach


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Facts About Sarah Ban Breathnach
Simple Abundance Press > Facts About Sarah Ban Breathnach Simple Abundance Press Sarah Ban Breathnach, Publisher Facts About Sarah Ban Breathnach Sarah Ban Breathnach has appeared many times on TheOprah WinfreyShow. Recently she was on Oprah's Webcast Soul Series. Sarah presented at Maria Schriver's Women's Conference in Los Angeles, October, 2008. Sarah has designed "Simple Abundance Close to Home" as community workshops based on the Principles of Simple Abundance. She has conducted seminars in CA and Florida to train professionals as certified leaders of the workshop. Deepak Chopra proclaimed Sarah Ban Breathnach "a one-woman's movement...just the subversively cosmic voice society needs" to help America "re-evaluate our values..." More magazine named Sarah as one of the 50 "extraordinary" women redefining what it means to be fifty today. People magazine asked Sarah to be a special correspondent at the funeral and celebration of the life of Princess Diane in London, September, 1997. TV Guide has turned to Sarah Ban Breathnach twice to write on the role of spirituality and television for solace after the horror of 9/11. Sarah Ban Breathnach has been a contributing editor of Good Housekeeping and wrote a column on "everyday spirituality", the first for a mainstream woman's magazine. USA Today described Sarah's body of work as "Simply Irresistible". Since 1995 the Simple Abundance Charitable Fund, founded by Sarah Ban Breathnach, has supported the visions of more than 100 non-profit organizations by awarding over $1 million in financial support. Sarah Ban Breathnach presently lives in Southern California. Her book - Peace and Plenty - was published in December, 2010 by Grand Central Publishing. This is a most timely book and Sarah's global fans are already giving it high praise. October 8 through 10, 2010 Sarah led another training on Simple Abundance as well as on her new book Peace and Plenty. Facts About Sarah Ban Breathnach Some Books Written by Sarah Ban Breathnach


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Sarah Ban Breathnach
Sarah Ban Breathnach has been a contributing editor of Good Housekeeping and wrote a column on everyday spirituality. Sarah lives in England with her husband Jonathan and writes in a private chapel that she owns, can you believe this chapel he used to belong to Sir Isaac Newton. Learning to live in the present moment is part of the path of joy. Sarah Ban Breathnach I have not read the book. I was reading one of the book reviews on any other website and this is what they had to say about Sarah's book Simple Abundance. "These inspirational works by Sarah helped changed my way of thinking and therefore changed my life."


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Sarah Ban BreathnachAccording to Deepak Chopra, writing in George magazine (September 1998) which named Sarah Ban Breathnach as one of America's twenty most fascinating women of power and influence, "she's a one-woman women's movement--just the subversively cosmic voice society needs" to help the country "re-evaluate our values."Because its editors felt that Sarah had her finger on the pulse of the American people, in September 1997 she was commissioned by People magazine to cover the funeral of Princess Diana.As a contributing editor of Good Housekeeping she writes a regular column on "everyday spirituality," the first such feature in a mainstream American woman's publication.Sarah Ban Breathnach is also the President and CEO of Simple Abundance, Inc., a consultancy firm specializing in publishing and multimedia projects which give creative expression to the timeless Simple Abundance principles and the concept of personal authenticity.Recently her company entered into a ground-breaking joint venture with Scribner to create The Simple Abundance Press.This new publishing imprint will include both original books by Sarah Ban Breathnach as well as books of "Substance, Style and Spirit" by other writers.


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