Drink Wine and Giggle

Drink Wine and Giggle

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by Lynne Everatt
     
 

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Drink Wine and Giggle (101 ways girlfriends can connect, have fun and be inspired) combines friendship and personal growth in a collection of easy-to-follow activities that have been tested and proven to turn girlfriend get-togethers into life-shifting experiences. The activities in Drink Wine and Giggle include short projects, exercises or excursions. The book is

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Drink Wine and Giggle (101 ways girlfriends can connect, have fun and be inspired) combines friendship and personal growth in a collection of easy-to-follow activities that have been tested and proven to turn girlfriend get-togethers into life-shifting experiences. The activities in Drink Wine and Giggle include short projects, exercises or excursions. The book is divided into four sections-mind, body, soul and funny bone-with twenty-five activities in each. Sections are defined as follows: Mind activities increase mental fitness through learning something new, experiencing something old and familiar in a new way or expanding the belief in what is possible to achieve. Body activities involve beauty, fashion, nutrition and exercise. Here, you can focus on improving health and expressing your personal style. Soul activities encourage awareness and nourishment of yourself and your contributions to others. Funny Bone activities are whimsical playtimes with your inner child; silliness rules. The perfect get-together companion, Drink Wine and Giggle is dedicated to encouraging new adventures and fresh insights.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044296480
Publisher:
Lynne Everatt
Publication date:
02/01/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
5 MB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Lynne Everatt is the author of the Leacock Award-nominated Emails from the Edge and a former Globe and Mail columnist. Having experienced two career directions, first as a finance and marketing manager then as a writer, Lynne is aware of how important it is to spend your life doing the things you love. It is the drive to do the things she loves in a way that supports other women than makes Lynne passionate about Drink Wine and Giggle. The book is about realizing the mind, body and soul’s potential—a quest Lynne shares—but it is the funny bone that she is most drawn to. Lynne loves to make people laugh.As an Event Planner, Certified Professional Coach and Licensed Zumba® instructor, Deb Mangolt brings her positive attitude and bubbly personality to turn family reunions, corporate team-building events and women’s retreats into memorable and intoxicating experiences that demonstrate the power of true compassion. Her former career in corporate finance has taken her across North America from Ohio to Tennessee to Toronto and finally to Charleston, South Carolina where she resides with her husband. A devoted hospice volunteer, member of the Charleston Center for Women and an avid golfer and runner, Deb completed the Kiawah Island Marathon in less time than it takes to fly from New York to California.Julie Smethurst is a finance professional, wife, mother and girlfriend. As a Chartered Accountant and finance consultant, she helps her clients optimize business and finance opportunities. Prior to becoming a consultant, Julie spent twenty-two years working for a top accounting firm and a global pharmaceutical company. With a longing to continuously grow in her own life and to help others, it’s no wonder that Julie found a way to help women through Drink Wine and Giggle. When not embroiled in high finance or coming up with activities to share with girlfriends, Julie can be found practicing yoga, hitting at the tennis club with her family or curled up reading a book.

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Drink Wine and Giggle (101 Ways Girlfriends Can Connect, Have Fun and Be Inspired) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
JGum More than 1 year ago
Personally, I’d add Drink, Wine and Giggle as an addendum to any book club. Like a plus-one…let’s talk about our chosen book AND do one of these exercises. It’s a new techno-centric world. Connecting has become impersonal and sharing means a small comment left for a friend you’ve never met on a social networking site. Drink, Wine and Giggle reminded me that shared experiences create a bond. Could there be anything more special than seeing your friend face to face and laughing out loud together? It’s time to reconnect the old-fashioned way and these wonderful and creative authors have given us the perfect vehicle.