Amidst the chaos of a trans-Pacific move, being pregnant while corralling three crazy, err, darling children, and then bringing that sweet, 4th baby into the world, its nearly a miracle I’ve found time to read anything, let alone a book.
I’m not really one for self-help books. I mean, I’m all ready fabulous.
Nah. But really. I’m pretty happy and comfortable in my own skin. I’m not searching for “more.” I could use some help in time-management and maybe even better managing and regulating my emotions, but I don’t need much in terms of finding happiness; I’m profoundly happy in this crazy/beautiful life.
But Gerad Kite does a great job of taking individuals step by step on an easy-to-read journey in finding happiness in the “now” and being comfortable in one’s own skin in his book “Everything You Need You Have.”
He hits the nail on the head when discussing how many people are holding out for the “later” for when things will be better and they will happier. When they get married, when they get promoted, when they go on vacation, etc. And he takes the reader through on ways to find self-love and fulfillment in the now.
If you’re looking for an easy read and little self love, this is for sure the book for you!
***Full Disclaimer: I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review. All thoughts and opinions are mine.