Want more resources like us but don’t know where to start? Here are some sites, podcasts, books – you name it – that help keep us grounded.
No matter where you are in life, this memoir is both relatable and aspirational as we follow Liz through her physical and emotional journey across the world.
Pillemer’s 30 Lessons for Living consolidates advice and conversations he’s had about love, work, and life with the experts -American’s over the age of 65. Their advice is simple, calming, and straightforward. They’ve lived it all and talk knowingly – yet non judgmentally – about their mistakes, their proud moments, and life lessons for people of all ages.
We all know we’re our own toughest critic. But have you ever considered just how mean we can be to ourselves? This book completely changed the way in which I see myself, communicate with myself, and love others.
There’s nothing like hearing the soothing voices of Cheryl Strayed and Steve Almond as they offer heartfelt advice and guidance to letter writers across the country.