Unboxing with Lauren: Creating community and connection as you explore what you have, what you need and what you want.
February 15 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Book signing and collective and supportive brain dump with local author, Lauren Schwarzfeld.
As Brené Brown says, “We don’t have to do it alone. We were never meant to.”
On paper, Lauren Schwarzfeld had it all—so why did she feel stuck? Like nothing was wrong, exactly, but nothing was truly right, either?
In Unboxed: Essays on Learning to Trust Myself to Stop Doing the Things I Hate, Schwarzfeld examines the many roads she’s taken—including being a stay-at-home mom, an accounting professional, a direct sales representative and a doula—and why none of them felt like “the one.” Schwarzfeld had to wonder: why couldn’t she be happy with what she had? And why, as she tried to find the answers she was looking for, did she run into so many people and ideas who wanted to make her feel worse?
Now, Schwarzfeld is ready to declare herself the author of her own story—and show her readers how to do the same. She’s the funny, smart, caring friend who wants to support you when you’re down but also inspire you to live your best life.
Lauren Schwarzfeld, best-selling author of Unboxed: Essays on Learning to Trust Myself So I Could Stop Doing the Things I Hate, is a life coach and writer whose work has also appeared online and in the best-selling anthology The Addiction Diaries. In her coaching practice, she helps her clients reclaim space in their own lives, step out of their perceived expectations and learn to trust themselves. Lauren lives in Mount Kisco, New York with her husband, three children and two dogs. She is also COO of 914Cares, a Westchester based non-profit.
IG: @itseverythinglauren website: www.everythinglauren.com
A light breakfast will be served.