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'Warm and wise' Julie Cohen 'Just loved' Susan Lewis 'Sage, heartfelt and real' Beth Morrey There's always time for a second chance... At least that is what people say. But what if it's true? What if you could walk out the door and build a whole new you, a whole new life? Clare and Jack are about to find out. He's a middle-aged barrister, living life as he 'should'. She's a recently divorced dance teacher and mum to a teenage daughter. Change isn't easy for either of them. But it's not impossible. If they do something BIG, could the next half of their lives be the best half? Praise for On the Bright Side: 'Big. Beautiful. Incredible. A moving story of personal strength and learning to love yourself' Anton Du Beke 'This tender tale of love and finding your inner strength is a balm for the soul. Beautifully crafted, this book and these characters will stay with me for a long time' Claire Allan 'A hygge hug: a story of how to love the who-you-are, not the who-you-have-been. An elegantly crafted story that we all need right now' Anstey Harris 'A compelling story' Freya North 'An elegant and engrossing read' Sheila O'Flanagan 'The book of the year for me' Anna McPartlin 'A beautifully written story of love, life and second chances' Debbie Johnson 'A book that you'll always remember where you were when you first read it and one you'll revisit many more times to come. Nell Carter will reduce you to tears and then fill your heart with joyful hope again' Claudia Carroll 'A love story with a difference, at times dark, acutely observed and beautifully told' Carmel Harrington
We often think of celebrations as centering around special occasions, like Birthdays, Christmas, or other holidays. But there is no need to wait for those times. Everyday is a cause for celebration. The very fact that you are alive, the wondrous world around you, and the special people in your life are all reasons to rejoice. That's what this book is all about. Over 500 suggestions for living life to the fullest. A compendium of "glass half full" common sense, these witty and wise words from both the rich and famous, as well as the not-so-rich and the not-so-famous, will, I hope, inspire you to make every day a special day. Pianist Artur Rubinstein once said, "To be alive, it's all a miracle." Yes indeed, it is all a miracle, and all a cause for celebration.
This Book Talks About How Having A Positive Attitude Makes You Feel Better And Happier. How Everyone Sometimes Has Problems But If You Face Them With A Positive Attitude They Can Be Much Easier To Deal With And Can Be A Positive Learning Experience. Complete K-5 Social Skills Collection. Paired With A Fiction Social Skills Title.
A scene appears in front of the camera. Captured on a tiny compact flash card, it comes to life on the computer screen -- with flaws, improper lighting and foreign objects. These elements and overall composition are addressed by the artist. An original picture may be changed by photographic editing software until a more perfect image is created. Thus the "bright side" is first seen by the photographer, established by the lens and sent through the digital darkroom back into light, where the artist chooses which elements to keep or change. The completed version then appears upon the printed page.
Need Some Cheering Up? Look Inside... Looking at the bright side takes some work during a pandemic, but Esther does her best. In this latest collection of stories, the author mostly turns to the pre-COVID past and shares a unique, often comic take on her life’s happenings. The stories travel from her creative world of art and writing, to the home front, to her growing up and mothering years, and more. Rounding out the collection are poems from her sons, Larry and David, and ways to connect to her creative grandchildren, Julian Roc, a musician with music videos on YouTube, and Krystal Pearl, a member of the cheer team of the NFL's Los Angeles Chargers with exercise videos on YouTube. Join Esther and her family for a lighter view of life during these challenging times.
We grow up in this life and live according to the rules of others around us. Most of us leave it to those others to determine how we live, while a lucky few recognize the need for the inner self to be in control, rather than the outside world. We have seen and heard about many legends who went against the norm to prove themselves in this way. Fortunately, this is a path that we can all take to create the life we want!Each of us writes her/his own script for life without much awareness of who is truly in control - the mind or the person!From my own journey to know myself, I will share a roadmap that can help you know yourself on a much deeper basis.Looking Forward to the Bright Side has been written as a practical guide to look for the bright side in your life and learn how to master it, allowing you to create your own reality, manage it, and eventually reach your divine self...
365 Reasons to Look on the Bright Side is full to the brim with good fortune arisen out of the flames of history’s biggest and smallest errors, blunders and miscalculations – one for every day of the year, on the day it happened. This brilliantly quirky book demonstrates that while the old adage of ‘Everyone makes mistakes’ may be true, some gaffes are so monumental that they can end up improving life for everyone else (if not for themselves!). 365 Reasons to Look on the Bright Side has many magical moments of looking on the bright side of history’s most hopeless moments. Here a few to whet your whistle: Thanking Atilla the Hun for creating Venice, crediting Alexander Graham Bell’s mum’s deafness for inventing the telephone, praising Pope Clement VIII for blessing coffee, realizing that without the bubonic plague Newton may never had invented calculus and believing how one particularly big-boobed woman helped invent the stethoscope. Word count: 35,000