Dawn. New Year’s Day. My terrace. Tulum, Mexico
Each year, rather than resolutions, Scott and I write down our “goals” for the year. We read them aloud to each other and seal them in an envelope, which we tuck in our underwear drawer and open the following New Year’s Day. We’ve found the action inspires us and that often we get to most things on our list. (Though I still haven’t taken those Spanish lessons!) As we head into the year, I wish you all good things. I’m reminded of a quote by the late great Joey Adams: “May all your troubles last as long as your New Year’s resolutions.”
It’s Sweet ’16. Go get ’em!
Happy to say that Moving In: Tales of an Unlicensed Marriage is a WINNER of the 5th annual “Living Now” book awards, celebrating must-read books that encourage better living. Moving In won the bronze award in the relationships & marriage category. I’ll take it! The award gives me street cred as I now try to convince Scott we need an indoor pool during phase 3 of our renovation! If you’re in a relationship, you’ll get a laugh out of this book. (Check out the reviews!)
Want a fun summer read filled with laughs? Grab a copy ofmy award-winnning book Moving In: Tales of an Unlicensed Marriage. It’ll definitely make you feel better about your own relationship, and I need the money to pay my housekeeper. Check out the reviews. Watch the book trailer of our antics. And get your copy.
I’m so happy to report that The Sell: The Secrets of Selling Anything to Anyone, my book with Fredrik Eklund, is an international bestseller. What a life inspiring ride it has been to work on this book with him. I now know from personal experience that his advice encourages you to discover and achieve your best self. If you haven’t gotten yourself a copy, check out the reviews… It’s inspiring and idea filled. I promise. Purchase at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or at your local bookstore.
Would love to see you at Barnes & Noble for a FUN talk and Q&A with Fredrik Eklund and me. Gossip will be dished. Grab a signed copy of The Sell before they’re gone.