How to Do It All: The Revolutionary Plan to Create a Full, Meaningful Life — While Only Occasionally Wanting to Poke Your Eyes Out With a Sharpie

How to Do It All The Revolutionary Plan to Create a Full Meaningful Life While Only Occasionally Wanting to Poke Your Eyes Out With a Sharpie It s a book I m currently reading and I love it This book is ingenious Dominique Sachse Emmy Award Winning News Anchor and YouTube Vlogger See the entire review here youtube watch v atbB You want to

  • Title: How to Do It All: The Revolutionary Plan to Create a Full, Meaningful Life — While Only Occasionally Wanting to Poke Your Eyes Out With a Sharpie
  • Author: Linda Formichelli
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • It s a book I m currently reading, and I love it This book is ingenious Dominique Sachse, Emmy Award Winning News Anchor and YouTube Vlogger See the entire review here youtube watch v atbB You want to do, see, and experience everything you can to create a rich, memorable life Travel Volunteer work Athletic events Entertaining Reading, learni It s a book I m currently reading, and I love it This book is ingenious Dominique Sachse, Emmy Award Winning News Anchor and YouTube Vlogger See the entire review here youtube watch v atbB You want to do, see, and experience everything you can to create a rich, memorable life Travel Volunteer work Athletic events Entertaining Reading, learning, and trying new things And you want to look and feel great while you do it In fact, your favorite saying just might be Life is not a dress rehearsal BUT Read any blog, magazine, or book aimed at women and the common refrain is, You have SO much to do You need to simplify your life and say No to things you really don t want to do Oh, and ask your husband to clean the bathroom, you poor thing, so you can have 15 minutes to yourself Now, take out your gratitude journal and write about how grateful you are that you can walk and breathe I call BS In How to Do It All The Revolutionary Plan to Create a Full, Meaningful Life While Only Occasionally Wanting to Poke Your Eyes out with a Sharpie, you ll learn Why stress should be welcomed, not avoided The importance of living a do it all life Why you shouldn t expect support from your family and where to get it instead Why you should shower less, sleep less, talk to yourself, and be inconsistent and how this can help you live a memorable life How you can get it all done even when right now you have no time, no money, and no motivation The revolutionary plan to accomplish everything you dream of doing in your life includes free worksheets.Ready to live your best life Let s do this thing.

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    1. Can we really do it all?Based on this book, it would seem so! Now that I've read through it, it's time to go back and do those worksheets.This book is chock-full of ideas for how to live a better, more meaningful life. I won't say it's changed my life, because I've only just read it. I can say that if you read this book, then do all the worksheets, and apply the lessons to your life, you're bound to live a better life.Highly recommend it!

    2. This was inspiring and an exciting read, but it sure gives a lot to chew on! I'll rate later after I've had time to work on some of the material.

    3. I was part of a beta read group for this book selected by the author. A copy of the book was provided in exchange for an honest opinion and comments about the book.Reading this book is like sitting down and having a cup of tea and a conversation with Author Linda Formichelli. The style of the book is conversational, easy to understand and enjoyable to read. The chapters are short and easy to read a couple if you only have a few minutes.Even though a lot of this book did not directly apply to me [...]

    4. There were some interesting ideas on how to do it all. I did feel like there were many times that the chapters just repeated themselves over and over. I'm sure this was to help get the points across but it sometimes made it difficult to continue reading.

    5. More than a traditional how to guide, Linda provides you a plan to fulfill your dreams and complete your bucket list. What are you longing to do? What's on your list? Travel, new job, career advancement, write a book, How to Do It All will give you plan to do what is important for you.You will not find a quick fix or easy plan in How To Do It All. It's only for those individuals with determination and who are willing to work hard. Linda will show you how it can be done, for those with a can do a [...]

    6. Linda is one of my favorite authors on the topic of freelance writing and building a freelance business. It really wasn't a stretch for me to buy this ebook, and I'm glad I did. I've read through the book, and am now working through the worksheets, and I can't wait to get things in my life more organized and on track.I love this book. It will be helpful no matter your career choice, and deals anything in life you want to accomplish. The ebook is well-written, and easy to follow along with while [...]

    7. Love it! Practical advice, immediately usableThe three parts that really stand out for me are:·Exercise·It's ok to be inconsistent (YES!)·The benefits of gratitudeI love Linda's writing style. She's funny and doesn't hold back her opinions. She's a successful writer and online business person--she's walked the walk. The advice is excellent and practical. This is no woo-woo, pie-in-the-sky book. I highly recommend it.

    8. Your Do It All RoadmapAs a woman with a family, home, and new business, I feel like I've fallen behind on certain desires. This book has shown me I REALLY CAN have it all. Thank you for this book, Linda! I'll be rereading for a long time!

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