Are you looking for an inspirational gift to give this holiday season? This would be a perfect one! Today I am excited to share with you a special photo interview and giveaway by Christine Mason Miller to celebrate the launch of her new book Desire to Inspire: Using Creative Passion to Transform the World.
In Desire to Inspire, readers will be introduced to twenty extraordinary women - writers, artists and entrepreneurs - all of whom share a unique example of how they create a meaningful life and, in turn, make a positive impact on the world. The stories and examples explore the roots of their desire to inspire and how they manage to pursue their passions in the midst of all the twists and turns life has given them. In addition to a beautiful collection of quotes, stories, and anecdotes, readers are given substantive, encouraging exercises aimed at supporting their own journey towards a meaningful, mindful life.
I wanted to do a little twist on the typical interview and sent Christine a list of creative prompts to share her inspirations and passions in photos. Click or scroll/hover over each photo to see my creative prompt with a description of the photo provided by Christine. be inspired by her images...
As many of you know I am a true believer of living your dreams and sharing your passion. Christine exemplifies this in her creative projects, artwork and blog. A couple years ago, I was introduced to Christine's creative world through reading an article about her amazing 100 Books Project. I love that the art brings together so many kindred spirits and am thankful that Christine is sprinkling the world with inspiration!
To celebrate the release of Desire To Inspire, Christine has created a special goodie package for one lucky reader! The package includes: Three "Life's Perfect Moments are Now" goodies - an embossed journal, a canvas bookmark, and a set of six notecards.
Please leave a comment by Friday, December 9 midnight PT and answer this question:
What is inspiring you today?
good luck!! the winner will be announced on Saturday, December 10.