In a world where we are constantly connected, we can often feel disconnected from ourselves. A steady stream of intrusions from modern life dominate our attention and leave little time to reflect and be thankful. Internal and external pressures to be constantly busy, to consume more, and be available to others can feel overwhelming. A loss of self or displacement can happen to any of us, triggered by a move, a career change, a birth, a death. Or it could just be life. It is all too easy to become lost in the whirr of the every day.
After having relocated to Sweden, Sarah was struggling to enjoy the life she had dreamed of before the move. By focusing on the small things in life, she rediscovered meaning.
Catching Snow is one woman’s journey to be thankful for all that life has to offer — and a gratitude diary to inspire others to reconnect to what matters most. This book gives you the space, inspiration and courage to see the light where there is darkness, to look beyond the bleakness or the seemingly impossible. To try to catch snow.
Sarah Coats Chandler is a 40-something-year-old Australian woman living a life unexpected. Random life choices made throughout her 20s and 30s have seen her live and work in the UK, Ireland, Spain and Sweden. To pay the bills, she is a writer and editor in the commercial world, but her real passion is exploring the emotional, professional and physical impacts of living in foreign places and experiencing life through a foreign lens.
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