The Year of No Nonsense: How to Get Over Yourself and On with Your Life
by Meredith Atwood Author
Overworked lawyer, blogger, and mother Meredith Atwood woke up one morning totally burned out and knowing she needed to change in her life or risk losing her family. She spent a year cataloguing and throwing out all the "nonsense" that had been holding her back: alcohol addiction, body shame, a penchant for people-pleasing and perfectionism, suicidality, a troubled childhood she hadn't come to terms with, toxic relationships, and a constant state of fear. Her story is written as a guide, and her clear-eyed, hard-nosed look at herself calls to us to look just as bravely at our own lives, no matter what we fear we might find. Because turning it around is worth everything.
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