About the Book
Do you want to live a life in which you are healthy, happy and harmonious every day? One where you can’t wait to wake up each morning and you’re excited to begin each beautiful day? Do you want to have more energy and experience more joy? Do you want to do more for your family, your community or the planet but you’re not sure where to begin?
Living Intentionally: A short and sweet guide on how to live a healthy, happy and harmonious life will give you the basic tools you need to begin living a life worth living. It will teach you how to get out of the daily monotony of life and into experiencing an exciting, energizing and purposeful life. One in which your thoughts, words and actions not only create positive moments for you but also help you connect and contribute to the greater good.
The book guides you through learning the basics of creating a healthy, happy and harmonious life and then explores, on a deeper level, issues related to your own soul’s purpose and the connections between you, your family, community and our planet. Living Intentionally will help you wake up to who you truly are and teach you how to live an intentional, meaningful life.
This Blurb bookstore contains full color photography books, with photos from California and Costa Rica, inspirational books such as the An Intentional Life series and its accompanying guidebooks - Living Intentionally and Daily Yoga. Christine Louise Gruninger is an author, photographer, and holistic health coach. The purpose of her photography is to reflect the harmony, the oneness, in all that exists. Through her photographs, she shares an appreciation and understanding of the natural world, providing the viewer with a glimpse of the extraordinary beauty that surrounds us each day. She lives an intentional, meaningful life; one that is in service to others, providing a voice for those who cannot speak up for themselves. She received her Graduate Degree in Integrative Health and Sustainability from Sonoma State University in 2008 and currently lives in the San Francisco Bay area.