Let That Shit Go by Nina Purewal and Kate Petriw (169)

This is a book about how to find peace of mind and happiness in our world that craves quickness and mindlessness.  I love books that urge us to be more present and one that offers us readers hands on tools on how to live more mindful lives.

Life isn’t always easy. We may be trying to check off everything that’s on our to-do list. But then we hit the sack feeling like we haven’t made much of a dent. We seem to have to go though one thing and then another and then another all day long. Our stress builds. We tend to live in stress mode anyways. But our overloaded schedule makes this even worse.

Whether it’s the challenging circumstances around you or it’s your own mind that sets you spinning, there are moments when you feel like you’re running on a hamster wheel and can’t get off, physically or mentally.

We all know what that feels like. We all face life challenges and find ourselves spinning out of control. It is a common feeling sadly. We all want more peace and tranquility. If you are one of them, this book is for you.

There is a way out of the maze of activity and insane quickness. We can all move towards wholeness, one day and one action at a time. But we have to make certain decisions on how to live. We have to experience a mind shift of sorts. This is doable by following some of the suggestions for action laid out in this inspiring and inclusive book.

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About irenesroth

I am a freelance and academic writer. I am currently writing a book called `Fearless Freelance Writers`. Please look out for it soon on this blog.
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