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Lisa Hymas

March 23, 2011

Geneen Roth rises from the ashes of financial disaster in Lost and Found: Unexpected Revelations About Food and Money.
Later, is the next cultural revolution in the air? Being childfree could be the best thing you can do for the environment, according to Lisa Hymas, senior editor and co-founder of

Lost and Found: Unexpected Revelations About Food and Money is the follow up to Geneen Roth’s bestseller Women Food and God which reigned on the New York Times Bestseller list for 35 weeks and earned Roth two appearances on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Her new book shows how she and her readers can break free from old patterns and chart a new life course based on principles that reflect our true values in these financially-challenged times. She also demonstrates how it can be helpful to see our money issues as a parallel to our behavior with diets and food.

Lisa Hymas is bucking the system! Despite the disapproval of societal norms, and even environmentally conscious individuals, Lisa continues on her quest to enlighten the public on being childfree and how it can improve your life and the world around you. She points to pollution and overcrowding on a planetary level as two of the major reasons that the GINK (green inclination, no kids) are a small, but growing movement of people who are both environmentally conscious and childfree by choice.

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