Present Over Perfect: Leaving Behind Frantic for a Simpler, More Soulful Way of Living
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Whether the recipient is going through a rough patch in their life or just needs a little motivation to pull through and find a balance in their life, a little bit of self-care should never be underestimated. Our bodies and minds constantly need positive vibes to make a difference in our lives and move forward.
Do you feel compelled to take care of someone dear to you or to uplift yourself to overcome personal challenges?
This book titled Present Over Perfect by Shawn Niequist and Brene Brown might just be what you need to read to help reevaluate your life.
Detailed information about Present Over Perfect: Leaving Behind Frantic for a Simpler, More Soulful Way of Living
Niequist, who is a New York bestseller author, invites her reader to make choices and take into consideration the landscapes of their lives.
She encourages her readers to pause and think what their lives might look like if they left behind the pressure to be perfect and start a life-changing practice only by being present.
She gives this life-changing message by quoting her life experiences and how she found her balance in the midst of all that she was going through.
According to her book, Niequist has learned a way to live a balanced life, marked by grace, rest, love, and ultimate self-care, and all these aspects are changing everything.
She focuses on what transformed her life and hopes that it will change her readers lives too. Her mantra is to leave behind the frantic life and the busyness. In the process, rediscover and embrace the person you are made to be.
An inspirational guide based on authors’ personal accounts
The author, Shauna Niequist is a New York bestseller
Available in different formats
This book, Present Over Perfect is like a helping hand trying to reach out to the reader, to pull them free from the pressure and the constant expectations that pull and push everyone harder to perform better and be productive while maintaining a worn out image of perfection.