Janet Luhrs worked with Paul Scheele to create the Simplicity Paraliminal. Simplicity is about creating a life of ease and enjoyment and a feeling that there is time for what matters. That’s exactly what Janet Luhrs did:
Janet once lived as a crazy, busy, new lawyer, married and with two kids, a nonstop schedule, and a big mortgage. Then she stopped…took a breath…and exhaled. Janet created a more calm, centered, and pleasurable life. Eventually she gave up her law career, simplified her life, and began teaching others how to get off the treadmill, too.
She started a newsletter, Simple Living, which quickly caught the attention of the media. Her best-selling book, The Simple Living Guide, has been called “the bible of the simplicity movement.” Her follow-up book, Simple Loving, tracks the connection between simplicity and loving relationships.
Janet has appeared in nearly all the major media in the United States and Canada, including Oprah, Donahue, Maria Schriver, Peter Jennings World News Tonight, and NPR, as well as the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Time, U.S. News & World Report, the Washington Post, Yoga Journal, Vegetarian Times, Redbook, Family Circle, Ladies’ Home Journal and countless others.