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Your Year For Change #AnythingGoesOnSunday

Your Year for Change : 52 Reflections for Regret-Free Living
by Bronnie Ware
Hay House
ISBN 9781401946081

Description

Having spent several years listening to, and then writing about, the regrets of dying people, Bronnie Ware understands the importance of acknowledging death and finding the courage to live a happy and authentic life in the meantime.

In this tender yet influential collection, Bronnie Ware shares 52 inspiring stories, woven among observations from her daily life, strengthening you with the values needed for regret-free living. You can read one story a week or read them all right through. Either way, Bronnie’s ability to open your eyes to new perspectives will also open your heart to new strengths and dreams. Your Year for Change is a gentle and powerful book that will leave you determined to embrace your life, forgive your past, honor your heart, and create a regret-free future of happiness and wonder.
Your Year For Change

About the author

Bronnie Ware is an author, songwriter and speaker from Australia.

Her inspiring memoir, The Top Five Regrets of the Dying, has connected with hearts all over the world, with translations in 27 languages. Bronnie has been interviewed or published by some of the largest publications in the world, including Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, The Observer, Harvard Business Review and more.

Bronnie is also a great advocate for balance, health-loving foods, simple living and waking up to the songs of birds.

“Start creating the habit of counting your blessings for being alive today. Take ownership of your life. Shift your priorities. You are going to die! Understand this, and get excited about the gift of today. You are alive right now.” ― Bronnie Ware, Your Year for Change: 52 Reflections for Regret-Free Living

My short review [rating=3]

I found the book easy to read – almost like reading 52 blog posts from an inspiring and personal blog. The simplicity of the author’s message is what touched me. Simple and doable ways to start looking at life in a new way.

Thanks for the book, Hay House and NetGalley.

On another note, have you signed up for the September Blogging Challenge yet? Would love to have you join in.

 

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As part of my August celebration, I’m reviving #AnythingGoesOnSunday – an invitation for you to add yours link for your Sunday posts to the linky below. No theme, no prompt – anything goes! However, I’d appreciate if you left a comment and visited at least two of the blogs linked before yours!
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3 Comments

  1. Alana Alana August 31, 2015

    I went on Amazon to look at the author’s work and I am struck by the 5 regrets of the dying that she wrote about in another book. They are five regrets I would not have guessed. I know someone who had three friends (and a co-worker) lose their fathers in the past week, and I have a good friend who has advanced cancer. It seems, wherever I go, I am running into the messages of painful regret, as I help to take care of my elderly mother in law. Today, especially, was so frustrating! Perhaps I’d better start paying attention to what the universe is trying to tell me. I know I’ve said that before. I will try again.

  2. Nan Nan August 30, 2015

    This sounds like a perfect book for where I am right now! Simplifying our lives, eating healthy, ensuring we live a regret-free life, cutting out excess that is meaningless, etc. I am going to go buy this book!!

    • Corinne Rodrigues Corinne Rodrigues Post author | August 30, 2015

      Your life sounds a lot like mine, Nan, except we live in small apartment in India! 🙂

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