Sarah Ban Breathnach
Sarah Ban Breathnach's
(pronounced "Bon Brannock") work celebrates quiet joys, simple pleasures and everyday epiphanies.
The wisdom, warmth, compassion and disarming candor of her
No. 1 New York Times bestsellers, Simple Abundance
: A Daybook of Comfort and Joy and Something More (both published by Warner Books) have made her
a trusted voice to millions of women
According to Deepak Chopra, writing in the September 1998 issue of George magazine, 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
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
also wrote 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 that give creative expression to the timeless Simple Abundance principles and the concept of personal authenticity.
The company recently entered into a groundbreaking joint venture with Scribner to create The Simple Abundance Press
, a new publishing imprint with the mission of helping readers to explore innovative and inspirational ways of enriching their lives.
Sarah 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, The American Benefactor noted that while "it's not necessary to reconcile your public persona with your personal life these days, it's refreshing when someone does, like Sarah Ban Breathnach
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