The title. Obviously.
My first thought: the title is a gimmick to sell self-help in an inundated market. My second thought: yeah, I’ll buy it.
I’m at the point in my life where I really don’t give a f*ck what people think most of the time…so, I’m hoping this book will enlighten the way to feel like this all of the time.
I’m also hoping this book will be as honest and practical as its title suggests.
Looking forward to some great nuggets to use on this journey of growth and search for equanimity I seem to have unwittingly embarked upon.
Seems like a short straight-forward read…can’t wait to share my thoughts on this one.
Have you read it? Would you recommend it?
Now that I have a plan of action for getting more reading time in (read about that here) I can make a fall tbr list. I am home due to complications with my pregnancy (baby is doing well, I on the other hand have developed a series of painful complications that will go away once baby is born).
With lots of time to lay in various positions, I magically have time to read – especially once we’re in our new home next week. (watching other people pack up my house because I am physically defeated within ten minutes has been a big lesson in letting go of control!)
Anyway, back to fall tbr… I have kept it short and I’m rather excited about reading these. Some of these might sneak their way into early winter reading which I’m okay with.
Will be interviewing author for this one!
I loved Eat, Pray, Love
Sounds hilarious and heartwarming
The list covers various genres that I think will keep my attention. Have you read or will you be reading any of these? What’s on your tbr fall list?