Pre-order: "It’s Never too Late to Fall in Love with your Life." ~ Waylon H. Lewis' second book. Signed by author. Coming soon.

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Warning: this is a discounted Price for a Pre-Order. This book does not yet exist. It will be eco printed, hardback, on cloth, in the USA, plastic-free, and will be shipped to you as soon as it is printed. If you get in line by buying, you'll save on the full price, and you'll be among the first wave to receive the new book. Cover images are examples, the cloth cover will be natural tan colored with gold foil. All pre-orders will be signed by the author.

Update: The book is at the printer! We should receive the book around mid May 2022 and then will be signing and shipping out immediately. 

Pre-order discount only valid for a little while longer!

It's Never too Late to Fall in Love with your Life. ~ by Waylon H. Lewis

Everyday Buddhist tips for a mindful life's path: It's Never too Late to Fall in Love with your Life is simple: daily quotes with commentary to start your mornings off right. With a mix of everyday Buddhism, practical tips, humor, criticism, and mindful life lessons learned the hard way, this book distills everything you (or a young friend or loved one) might want to learn, the easy way. 

"Often the best moments of our lives arise within the pauses
between our endless hurrying.
Slow down.
Enjoy your coffee for-here.
Eat sitting down.
Don’t text and walk or drive.
Just text fully.
Communicate fully.
Eat fully.
Be fully.
Live fully.
Love fully.
Feel fully.
Presence is just one pause away.
Multitasking takes us away from the magic of this moment.
It’s never too late to fall in love with your life."
~ Waylon H. Lewis

Waylon H. Lewis' long-awaited second book follows his best-selling Things I would like to do with You, also available in this shop. 

Like Things, this book is eco-printed, in the USA, and only available here at Elephant Shop.

It's important for books to be ethical. Both the words, and the form of the book itself, as well as for those who labor over it. So:⁠

It'll also be cloth and plastic-free (most cloth covers nowadays are...plastic). Most non-cloth covers are plastic-layered.⁠

It'll also be ink-free! No petroleum at all. I'm amazed at this. Algae, which sucks up carbon!⁠

It'll also be printed locally. 46 blocks away. At a place that pays folks real living wages, and then some.

It'll be delivered without plastic-wrap around all the books, unlike most.⁠

It'll be shipped plastic and styrofoam free, including even the tape, unlike most.⁠

The paper is 100% recycled/pcw, and that's the least of it. It's the greenest paper (like Things Forest edition) I've ever used.⁠

The paper will be carbon negative, and will actually plant 76 more trees before we're done.⁠

It's important for marketing to be honest, about connection, not suckering. So here's honest: ⁠

The glue will be the least toxic available, far better than most.⁠

The gold foil isn't recyclable, or compostable, but it is gorgeous. That's the only element that isn't super eco-responsible that we haven't found a solution around.⁠

More good news: it'll be Smyth-sewn, making it nearly glue free. Old school.⁠

The paper cuts down no trees at all, actually: it's chlorine-free, sustainably-harvested, Green Seal, Forest Stewardship Council and Rainforest Alliance-certified paper via Neenah Conservation. It’s 100% pcw & domestically manufactured. USA printed and bound.⁠

It'll be Amazon-free.⁠