About the book: Do you feel stuck? Do you wish for a more joyful life than the one you're leading? If the routine and pressures of life have you running on autopilot, it may be time to reevaluate your current course and remember that change begins within yourself—and it takes work! With refreshing insights, author Kiersten Lortz encourages you to stop waiting for things to get better and to expect the best out of life—not for yourself but of yourself. Through inspired gospel teachings and personal experiences shared by women who have also felt stuck, you will be empowered to make the changed necessary to claim a more fulfilling and abundant life. now is the time to transform yourself into a woman of industry and faith. By learning to eliminate negative influences, seek positivity, and create a life of productivity, you can find the strength to take action today.
My review: This is a really good non-fiction book. I liked the way it's written from an LDS perspective, but I liked the way that LDS specific terms are defined for those that aren't familiar with our little quirks.
I liked the author's voice in this one. She helped me to see things that I personally need to work to improve without seeming overly preachy. I liked when she talks about her own things she needs to work on. Things like not being an overly happy person and just how she has to deal with that to make sure that she's not rubbing her unhappiness off on the members of her family.
I liked that the author used a mix of her own personal experiences, friends experiences, scriptures and quotes from prophets and apostles. I thought that she did an excellent job combining all of the sources and making a book that is easy to read and learn from.
This is a great non-fiction book. I enjoyed reading and learning from it.
I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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Labels: Covenant Communications, Kiersten Lortz, LDS non-fiction