Non-Fiction

Books & Book Reviews, Non-Fiction

The Gratitude Explorer Workbook

A Network for Grateful Living, creators of the best-selling Everyday Gratitude and Wake Up Grateful present The Gratitude Explorer Workbook. This is for readers who want to start a gratitude practice or integrate gratitude into their lives with greater intention and consistency. This interactive package acts as both a guide and a journal for recording thoughts and meditations. Dozens of writing prompts, guided meditations, and exercises for beginning and progressively deepening a daily gratitude practice are paired with quotations and space for writing and personalizing the book. The beautifully designed gift package includes bonus features in the back: 10 quotation postcards, mini-cards for keeping in a

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The Holy Sh!t Moment

Over the last few months, I seem to be coming across a lot of books talking about habit changing. One that comes to mind immediately is Charles Duhigg ‘s ‘The Power of Habit‘ and Jon Acuff’s Finish. In The Holy Sh!t Moment: How Lasting Change Can Happen in an Instant, James Fell, motivation expert and social media dynamo, teaches readers how to skip the hard part and go directly from intention to committed action. After years of helping people change, James Fell had a sudden insight about sudden insight: significant life change doesn’t often come from just putting one foot

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Coconut

Coconut by Florence Ọlájídé is her story – a Black girl fostered by a white family in the 1960s and her search for belonging and identity. ‘By the time I was six years old, I knew my life was marked by difference. I was either too Black, too White, too young or too feisty…’ Florence Ọlájídé Coconut A generation of Nigerian children were born in Britain in the fifties and sixties, privately fostered by white families and then taken to Nigeria by their parents. Coconut is the true story of one of those children. North London, 1963. Nan fosters one-year-old

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Wake Up Grateful

What does it mean to truly live gratefully, every day? In Wake Up Grateful, Kristi Nelson, executive director of A Network for Grateful Living, unlocks the path to recognizing abundance in every moment, and gives readers the tools to bring this transformational shift in perspective into their daily lives. Nelson goes beyond the proverbial question of whether the glass is half full or half empty, and encourages readers to awaken to the gift of having a glass at all. With questions for reflection, daily exercises, and perspective prompts for appreciating the fullness of life as it is, right now, this book

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Centered by Jason Brown

Centred by Jason Brown is a riveting story of a top-earning NFL center and his family who walked away from it all to follow God’s call to alleviate hunger as farmers—a life they knew absolutely nothing about—illustrates the sacrifice and ultimate reward of obedience to our heavenly Father even when it doesn’t make earthly sense. “A remarkable story where family, deep self-reflection, and an unshakable belief in a path predestined by God triumph over fortune and comfort.”—John Harbaugh, head coach of the Baltimore Ravens Centered by Jason Brown NFL lineman Jason Brown had everything in the world. He was the

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How To Pack For The End Of The World

I’m happy to take part in the book tour for How To Pack For The End of the World today. How To Pack For The End Of The World If you knew the world was going to end tomorrow, what would you do? This is the question that haunts Amina as she watches new and horrible stories of discord and crisis flash across the news every day. But when she starts at prestigious Gardner Academy, Amina finds a group of like-minded peers to join forces with—fast friends who dedicate their year to learning survival skills from each other, before it’s

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