Linda Trinklein said... 51
Daily tweet 12/17
Congratulations Linda!! I will be sending you a copy of Shortcuts to Inner Peace by Ashley Davis Bush as soon as you reply to the email(within 48 hours)that I will be sending you in a few moments with your name and address.
Thank you again everyone for entering and please be sure to enter all the other great contests I have going on right now (more to come!)
My life has been rather a shambles for a couple of months now. Normally I am able to shrug life’s inconsistencies off—but I was being worn down by my job. Now I know I am a good bookkeeper and I know I know what I am doing. But the accountant was trying for some reason I can not fathom to convince my boss otherwise-or so it seemed to me (actually still does). Luckily my boss knows better-but he tends to listen to that accountant and because he (my boss) tends to like to make people do things the way he wants them to do it (not necessarily the easiest way) I not only feel like I have been put through a wringer—I have!! I began to doubt myself and got into a serious depression.
At about this time I received an email asking if I would review “Shortcuts to Inner Peace” by Ashley Davis Bush. I agreed and waited for the book to arrive. Well, the book came—and I looked at it for a moment—hum—70 Simple Paths to Everyday Serenity—
Then I started to read it—admittedly there were tears in my eyes when I first started it because I had had a particularly bad day. I got through the first few chapters and had to put it down, but I was thinking to myself—you know—I think this might just help me.
The next evening I picked up this little book again and really began to read it. The next day I found myself actually doing some of the truly simple tasks. And these shortcuts really seem to work, each day I am becoming less and less depressed.
“The Shortcuts system works for two important reasons;
1. The tools are simple and very effective
2. The tools are linked to already existing triggers in your life
One of the author’s favorite quotes and now one of mine is
Peace: It does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work. It means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart –Anonymous
Ashley Davis Bush is a licensed psychotherapist and grief counselor in private practice and I for one thank her for this book from the bottom of my heart.
This book can be purchased at Amazon (and if you don’t win it I suggest you go buy it)
One extremely lucky reader is going to win this book—I was graciously given a second copy to give away. Please remember to put your email address in every comment you make –because if, when I get back at the end of this giveaway from Random.org—I need to be able to contact the winner. The winner, of course, will have 48 hours to reply to my email.
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