I Want to
Nourish My Soul
Lipstick and Soul is available in eBook and paperback at Amazon.
Renew the journey that makes the difference.
Allow your desire and efforts to create healthy relationships to take hold and thrive.
Do you need a Mini Retreat?
This mini-retreat is taken directly from the book Lipstick and Soul.
I especially curated this moment for busy women who value their time and have that gnawing feeling they must reconnect with themselves … or else!
A Must-Read Book.
This book should be required reading for any woman who’s ever sacrificed or denied her own needs in favor of pleasing others, appearing self-reliant, constantly being too busy, or feeling overly responsible for others. Through stories, both personal and imaginative, Ms. Shaver establishes a warmth and intimacy that encourages the reader to look deep within her own life to identify her “default strategy” and “blind spot” — two issues that work to prevent women from lovingly connecting to themselves and, ironically, to others.
Epitomizing the words ‘self-help,’ Ms. Shaver uses, among other things, writing prompts and journaling to enable the reader to by-pass her head and engage with her heart, the truest source of every woman’s feminine wisdom. That’s what elevates this book above others of its kind: the opportunity to get to know our authentic nature via the ultimate expert on the subject…ourselves.
Thanks, Ms. Shaver, for pointing the way, and clearing the path.
Lipstick and Soul is a tool that can bring you more in touch with your feminine power. The author leads you on a journey of inner work and fun, where she is with you for the ride and makes it feel like she’s a dear friend. The book is more of a workbook that helps you develop an understanding of what feminine power is and how to use it. I love the way the book is laid out with side quotes and different types of segments, throughout making it multi-dimensional and very engaging. You’ll come away with a better connection to your authentic, inner woman.
“You should do the thing
you think you cannot do.”
~ Eleanor Roosevelt