Life-Changing Books by Laura Lee Carter

After checking out Cuenca Ecuador, we left suburbia in Fort Collins forever in 2014 to build a passive solar retirement home in rural southern Colorado. Besides the money-saving advantages of solar, we also have tremendous 180 degree views of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range!

Please enjoy my new memoir of this amazing adventure at age 60!

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In 2004 I began transforming my life into a much more authentic version of what I wanted to experience before I died, with a BONUS! I discovered that there are indeed do-overs before it’s all over!

Learn how to embrace the person you are inside, acknowledge what needs to happen before you die, and begin living the life you can only imagine now!

Find Your Reason Cover smallMost don’t know how natural and healthy the process of personal transformation is from age 40 to 60. I have studied every aspect of this exciting new rite of passage, the BEST time to make life changes. I pass on this knowledge to you in: Find Your Reason to Be Here: The Search for Meaning in Midlife.    Is it time to learn what midlife is and how it works? Don’t miss out on these predictable emotional changes past age 40!

How To Believe In Love Again coverIt’s so tough to believe in love after decades of personal struggle. I struggled for years myself. Then I found a way to change my heart, my mind and my attitude towards love. Guess what happened then? I found the love of my life! How to Believe In Love Again: Opening to Forgiveness, Trust and Your Own Inner Wisdom is how I turned love around in my life. Learn how to forgive yourself, gain new self-respect and love again!

Midlife Magic coverMidlife Magic: Becoming the Person You Are Inside! explains how midlife change, changes everything. Here I share my own story of transformation from divorced, unemployed and miserable, to my best life ever. Peppered with motivating quotes, this book shows you how to transform your crisis into positive personal change. Breakdowns can so often turn into important personal breakthroughs.  

midlife-change-workbookFor extra help in changing your life you might want to try my spiral-bound companion journal. This workbook helps you confront your own emotional barriers to getting the life you deserve. Change your life step-by-step, while writing daily about your feelings as they occur.

All of these signed titles are available for purchase directly from the author. Please feel free to contact Laura Lee at: MidlifeCrisisQueen@gmail.com

 

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