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    Haugenbok.no Skjønnlitteratur Romaner 100 days of love

    100 days of love

    100 days of love

    100 days of love (passion & purpose, one blog post at the time)

    Forfatter Change Attention

    (Camilla Jensen - Illustratør)

    Change Attention

    Levering 2-12 dager

    279,-

    ISBN:

    9788299916615

    Forlag:

    Change Attention

    Trykkeår:

    2012

    Utgitt:

    2012

    Utgave:

    1

    Sider:

    210

    Alder:

    Voksen

    100 days of love
    Change Attention
    9788299916615

    Forlagets omtale:

    Starting as a 10-day online experiment, 100 Days of Love is now a collection of inspiring and inquiring blog posts. In this gem of a book, Åsmund Seip, designer, coach, blogger and social innovator, writes from his heart on relevant issues for a changing world - passion, purpose, presence, silence, LES MER family, choice end how we can do what we love while loving what is. This text and Camilla Jensen.s photography make a complementary body of work that reflects fragments from a common universe. Since life happens to all of us - all the time - this book is addressing our most familiar blind spot; to stop and feel. Foreword by Jon Schau LES MINDRE Forlagets omtale Starting as a 10-day online experiment, 100 Days of Love is now a collection of inspiring and inquiring blog posts. In this gem of a book, Åsmund Seip, designer, coach, blogger and social innovator, writes from his heart on relevant issues for a changing world - passion, purpose, presence, silence, family, choice end how we can do what we love while loving what is. This text and Camilla Jensen.s photography make a complementary body of work that reflects fragments from a common universe. Since life happens to all of us - all the time - this book is addressing our most familiar blind spot; to stop and feel. Foreword by Jon Schau