Book Report: Joyful

Have you ever read a book that took something intangible (such as joy) and the author made it feel approachable and, dare I say, attainable?

That’s exactly how I felt while reading Ingrid Fetell Lee’s “Joyful.” I’ve always sought to cultivate joy, but Ingrid gave me the framework and vernacular to take my study to the next level.

Throughout the book she explores how joy can be purposefully created through measures both big and small, and she equips us with the tools to cultivate joy in our own lives too!

In addition to this mini book report, this week I also share how I strike the balance between working towards big, audacious goals while also appreciating each and every day. I delve more into how I do this through flow states, a gratitude practice with my husband, and finally my Start Today Journal practice too!

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I have exciting news to share – I’ve been working hard to create the perfect goal setting masterclass for you! 

I’m launching The Live By Design Goal Setting Masterclass this spring, and if you want a sneak peek here’s what you can expect to learn during our one month course together: 

⭐ How to identify your self limiting beliefs and turn them into self worth beliefs

⭐ Together dream up your most exciting future and distill it down to 10 / 5 / 1 year tangible goals

⭐ AND learn how to stay dedicated to these pursuits…or more importantly what to do when your enthusiasm wanes and you need to tap into your inner strength and discipline

Be the first to find out when the course is available so I can be in touch this spring with a special offer to become a Founding Member and receive the course at the lowest price it’ll ever be launched at!

past episodes referenced: what is a flow state anyways? | our couples gratitude practice that’s changed everything 

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