This book will make you feel empowered, supported and more prepared than ever to take on anything life has to offer because, honestly, we're all in this together.
Author: The Pool
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Category: Social Science
Life Honestly is a complete guide to modern life from some of today's most talented and insightful writers including Bryony Gordon, Dolly Alderton, Natasha Devon, Lauren Laverne and Yomi Adegoke. Within these pages you’ll find an un-airbrushed selection of advice, comment and opinion. These are intimate stories from bad sex to bad boys, from workplace inequality to the sheer joy of learning something new, that will spark hope, triumph and occasionally outrage. In Life Honestly you will find fresh perspectives on everything from age milestones and friendship, motherhood and weddings, and why you should always, always, tell someone when you like their earrings. This book will make you feel empowered, supported and more prepared than ever to take on anything life has to offer because, honestly, we're all in this together. Featuring an introduction by The Pool co-founder Sam Baker, this fabulous collection is full of articles to inspire you. The pieces vary in length, which makes this a perfect collection to dip into for a few minutes while you wait for the kettle to boil, or something meatier for your morning commute. Some are long and some are short but they all pack a punch. From Sali Hughes on blended families to Viv Groskop offering fresh perspectives on daily problems, Life Honestly is a collection of advice, comment and opinion that acts as a complete guide to modern life. These writers are empowering, engaging and unapologetic about their views: Life Honestly is full of lessons and observations on what it means to be a woman or non-binary person now.
Honestly. Worth. voiding. YOU'LL NOTICE THAT most of this chapter focuses on what you can and should eat, instead of what not to eat. That's because the whole beauty of Honest Eating is that you don't have to sit around memorizing lists ...
Author: Jessica Alba
The Golden Globe-nominated actress and the co-founder of The Honest Company counsels busy moms on how to make affordable and healthy choices for their families without sacrificing style, sharing a variety of family-friendly recipes, eco-friendly decorating tips and natural beauty-care advice. Original. 150,000 first printing.
I wouldn't have been living honestly. Many of the Christians I know will live their whole lives this way. Their commitment to Jesus will be a matter of culture or politics or family but not of honestly living out their beliefs.
Author: Johnnie Moore
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Johnnie Moore, vice president and campus pastor of Liberty University, inspires readers with an enthusiastic challenge to live out fully what they say they believe as Christians. In his uniquely confessional tone, Johnnie takes readers on a journey of belief from the hilltop home of the Dalai Lama to a mass grave of more than 250,000 people in Rwanda. He dares to address the doubts and challenges that have turned many well-intentioned Christians into hypocrites. Like a good pastor, Moore helps heal the wounds he opens, and he leaves his reader with one curious question, "What could happen if the world's Christians actually began to live what they say they believe?"
Or like so many others, you've chosen to flee “organized religion” because the pat answers, clichés, and lack of authenticity didn't jibe with the more mysterious and unpredictable parts of life. Maybe you asked the honest questions, ...
Author: Daniel Fusco
Your life is messy, hard, and uncertain right now—and if it isn’t, it has been or it will be. Messiness is the human condition. Part of the messiness is the unpredictability of life, not the unrelenting evil of life. And Jesus shows up inside all of that, because He experienced every aspect of what it’s like to be human: joy, physical pain, family arguments, frustration, existential trauma, and more. If Jesus is a real person, we should expect to meet Him in all of life. And only through the Good News and love of Jesus can we learn how to thrive in the midst of our mess. Daniel Fusco, a pastor and jazz musician, riffs on the major themes of the book of Ephesians to help each of us find God in the midst of our mess.
To my grandmother, Jane Bowley, who shares my love of romance and whose own story of lifetime love inspires me. A special thanks to the following people for lending your expertise to this story: Angela Jacobson, R.N., labor and delivery ...
Author: Dana Corbit
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
A preacher. A deacon. That was the kind of man nurse Charity Sims planned to marry. Which is why her lovesick behavior around Rick McKinley, the contractor building a family center for her church, so confused her. He refused to go to church, let alone lead one. So what if he was handsome and charming? They couldn' t be more different.
For my own part , I wish the bald eagle had not been chosen as the representative of our country ; he is a bird of bad moral character ; he does not get his living honestly ; you may have seen him perched on some dead tree , where , too ...
You are living honestly , I hope ; and that's something . " " Don't be hard upon my chosen friends , " returned Slyme , " for they were sometimes your chosen friends too . Don't say you never employed my friend Tigg , for I know better ...
Author: Charles Dickens
Dickens' tale of greed and selfishness centers on Martin Chuzzlewit, a wealthy gentleman. With his great fortune at stake, and with Martin's disinherited grandson floundering in America, relatives increasingly desperate to inherit the riches close in on the vulnerable old man.
Steph Roy McCallum. • What will you DO? What actions can you take that will build trust in your work and life? • How will you BE? What mindset will you hold to support you to build trust in your work and life?
Author: Steph Roy McCallum
Publisher: Hybrid Global Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
In an exploration of conversations gone wrong, well, and sideways, Leading Together examines what divides us and what brings us together. Grounded in the belief that brave, honest conversations are how we solve the challenges in our lives, organizations, and the public arena, the book dives into stories of heartache, humor, connection, and polarization. Through lessons of conflict and challenge, you will learn to grow your leadership and gain insights to talk together with others and solve the toughest challenges you face.
My girlfriend Janelle, you know the one who's married to the cousin of the Foo Fighters' drummer; well, she gave me a Motivational Diary for my fiftieth birthday and it's changed my life, honestly Cathy. It's made me put myself first.
Author: Tracy Bloom
‘Feisty and fabulous. Love it. Love Tracy Bloom!’ Milly Johnson ‘Pure Joy!’ Katie Fforde ‘Love this – just the pick me up I needed!’ Jo Thomas 'Guaranteed to put a smile on your face.' Debbie Johnson ‘It's laugh out loud!’ Adele Parks
Chapter Eight Living Life , Honestly a Healthy people tend to strongly agree on the importance of being honest , especially being honest with oneself . Likewise , healthy people tend to think of themselves as being honest ( especially ...