Every day is a new opportunity to live a real life – a fresh beginning waiting to be explored. It’s another chance to find happiness, contentment, and purpose in our lives.
But as we face the typical challenges and struggles of getting through the day, our focus often becomes blurred, the result of an overwhelming schedule and the constant requirement to respond to the needs of others.
Instead of balance, peace, and harmony, we find ourselves lost in mind-numbing routine, or caught up in a chaotic whirlwind of resolving one minor crisis after another—leaving us frustrated and discouraged.
Whether you need a boost in confidence, a few moments of soul searching, or a motivating message, Real Life helps to break through the layers of distraction that prevent us from recognizing our true spirit— that force which compels us to become better, stronger, and more optimistic about living our lives to our true potential.
The Secret to Leaping Without Fear
Why Following the Leader Will Get You Nowhere
Are You Relying Too Much On Your Past?
5 Steps to Restore Peace and Harmony When Worry Takes Over Your Life
How to Maintain a Positive Attitude When It’s Not About You
Are You Sending Out the Wrong Signal?
The Real Reason You’ll Never Change Your Life
Who Are You, Really—and Why Are You Keeping it to Yourself?
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Collection of Insights That Can Be Used Now – “Real Life – We breathe, We sleep, We eat – And in-between … We Live” book is a great collection of insights that can be used immediately … for me it was as simple as removing the chaos of clutter to reinforcing the many reasons I am positive, happy, and grateful. I have read the book several times, each time finding new nuggets to reflect on and apply to my continuous personal growth. A great self-improvement personal development book.”
5.0 out of 5 stars good self help book– “Real Life” is a self-help book about the possibility of making a fresh start in life and creating another chance for being happy and content in life. It is easy to get caught up in the routine of things, and when things fall apart, we tend to forget the initial idea we had in wanting to be peaceful and remain balanced. The book is in 8 sections and consists of 35 inspirational, humorous, and honest stories. The literature was written well and was easy to understand. I appreciated the standing view and the author’s will in wanting to help her readers. ‘Deciding how much of yourself to invest on behalf of others is a judgment call.’ I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read self-help material and wishes to re-evaluate their perspective.”