After reading Jacqueline’s 365 Days Of Happiness, it was clear that when it comes to living a life of joy and meaning, she’s truly dedicated. As a holistic practitioner, speaker and bestselling aut…
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It is an invitation to a candid soulful conversation with another woman/author
I read the book in two evenings, during the quarantine, and recommend it highly to women with some time on their hands to give back to themselves. Sometimes a conversation with another woman is an act of self-care. This why is was for me. The author invites you for a chat, a candid low-key conversation. She is a spirited honest conversationalist, who invites you to reflect on being a woman, to celebrate femininity, to acknowledge pain and to move past it. The flow of the book is seamless and gentle and at the end it makes for an enlightening, poignant and funny conversation.
What’s wrong with the conversation?
There is nothing wrong with having an honest and open conversation with another mature adult woman. Instead of being quick to judge I like to take opportunities to learn how another beautiful human being live their lives. If we were all the same it would be boring. I’ve read all of the authors book and her true voice, humor, and soul shines through. This books addressed the elephant that sometimes may be in the room, but in a casual yet mature way. Read it for yourself, you’ll see.
I highly recommend this book. After going through some personal issues in my own life, this book helped me tremendously.