Rockingham author Amanda Viviers launches books

Author Amanda Viviers with South Coastal Health Services chief executive Penny Webb at the book launch.
Author Amanda Viviers with South Coastal Health Services chief executive Penny Webb at the book launch.

ROCKINGHAM author Amanda Viviers has launched her two latest books Pause; New Year Vision Daybook and Together; Family Vision Daybook.

Mrs Viviers has published five books and can be found in her beach shack writing her next three.

She is the co-founder of The Boardroom Retreat, which creates resources online for growing capacity of everyday leaders.

Mrs Viviers is a presenter on radio across New Zealand and Australia and is the co-founder of kinwomen: a network created to inspire women to start conversations that matter.

The Boardroom Retreat owner and clinical psychologist Anne Galambosi with author Amanda Viviers at the book launch.

Together: Family Vision Book was designed to help readers have a date night with their partner and talk about what is working in their family and what can be improved.

The book features exercises to help readers with meal culture and technology culture.

Pause; New Year Vision Daybook is a creative collection of journaling exercises and writing to help readers take a personal retreat day or afternoon.

Amanda Viviers’ books were launched at the Kent Street Deli Event Space.

Topics covered include vision planning, editing your life, asking questions like what makes you happy, spheres of your life and setting goals for each sphere.

Mrs Viviers’ encourages readers to find their why and outline personal values.

The book is timely because it delves into letting go of the season that was and stepping into the new. Reflecting on how much time people give to distractions and face to face conversation.

Mrs Viviers wants readers to press pause this New Year to gain insight and perspective.