eBook – BABES IN BALANCE is HERE
Ten Essential Principles to Achieve Balance, Meaning and Mindfulness Everyday.
This eBook “Babes in Balance” will change your perspective on how you view ‘balance’ so that you can create your own version of a balanced life.
It’s all about how to reconcile your deepest creative, authentic, passionate longings with your overwhelming and conflicting commitments.
‘Babes in Balance’ is a compilation of ten principles that will help you define a life on your own terms so you can chart your own unique course and find a way to define your best version of balance, meaning and contentment in your own life.
There are bonus to-do lists, a weekly calendar and suggestions for daily rituals.
Here’s what people are saying about Babes in Balance
“Leisa it is absolutely GORGEOUS. The whole energy and vibe of what you have created is so special!!! It is absolutely wonderful. It’s gorgeous and authentic and has the most beautiful energy and messages” – Kate Andrews – www.kateandrews.com.au
“Leisa has designed a beautifully gentle and simple approach to creating a more fulfilling and balanced life. Babes in Balance is a wonderfully put together eBook that shares such valuable advice and gives actionable direction for creating real change. This book will always be relevant and a gorgeous reminder whenever life gets a little hectic” – Fran Maspero – www.mygoodnessme.com
“Leisa’s book ‘Babes in Balance’ has come at just the right time for me. I am definitely guilty of trying to do it all and in doing this it puts the balance out of whack. This book has helped me to understand where my tipping point is.
The lessons Leisa has learned along the way to living a life on her terms have been beautifully complied in ‘Babes in Balance’ and set out in simple terms that are easy to follow and implement in your life.
I already know that this book will be one that I revisit when I am feeling like the balance is out of whack. These principles are just what I need and I know that this book will help many other busy women find the balance that works for them” –
Sarah Poppy – Working Mum’s Collective – www.workingmumscollective.com.au