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In a structural departure from Girl, Wash Your Face and Girl, Stop Apologizing, mega-bestselling author, teacher and self-help leader Rachel Hollis offers her devoted followers and new readers alike a short guide to seizing difficult moments for the learning experiences they are and finding value in them.
Embracing the power of humor to lift us out of the darkest of experiences (and also to put things into perspective) and her one-of-a-kind story-telling ability, in this short, concise book, Rachel Hollis shows that a life well-lived is one with purpose and focused on the essentials—not the noise of modern life. Responding to her own feelings, and those of her community in a time of darkness, this book allows space for grief, a real part of everyone’s life at many points and in many forms. This is the guidebook of how to live through the hardest times in life, not by acting as if pain and fear are feelings to be moved through quickly, but by embracing them as moments that can co-exist with the beautiful.
Here, Rachel will weave in her personal experiences, her great, plucky humor, and her girlfriend/teacherly tone to create a book of timeless inspiration that is practical and aspirational. That is the secret to what makes Rachel Hollis’s messaging so spot-on. Mixing big ideas—that no one in our lives is ever truly ALL good or ALL bad, or that crisis doesn’t show what we can be, but what we always were with small ones (that hold significant meaning)—that you should have one recipe that you can make perfectly every time to bring joy to the table, and the tiny, positive rituals that anchor you in the stormiest seas, Rachel’s new book is a response to the current world, but more importantly a guide to living through the tough “stuff,” and coming out the other side.• Author: Rachel Hollis • ISBN:9780063010529 • Format:Hardcover • Publication Date:2020-09-29
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Didn't See That Coming
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7.50 x 5.20 x 1.10 Inches