This year I’m making it about me and my growth. So I wanted to more books that will help me with my development and growth. So I decided to read this book. I must say that I was shocked that I’m not the only one who feels like I’m supposed to be a certain way. It’s okay to be authentically yourself. I love that each chapter is a way for you to grow and question what can you be doing better. Or as she puts it dig deep. I don’t see this book so much as a self-help book than I do a book that makes you think on a deeper level. I have learned some amazing lessons from this book that I have already put into practice. You only have one life why not live it to its fullest. Stop worrying about what others think and say. Make your life the best life. I’m going to dance like no one is watching. I’m going to cultivate more joy in my life. I’m choosing to live and love with my whole heart. This is a new year and a new me.
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Yes, yes, yes, read this last year. Help me to stop thinking that my life had to seems so perfect.
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