Examines the painful impact of low self-esteem and a poor self-image, explaining how to identify negative behavior patterns and develop the confidence and self-awareness to overcome them
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In August 1997, Helen Rollason was diagnosed with cancer. This text contains her story since her diagnosis. She recounts experiences that gave her confidence and strength, presents anecdotes from her day-to-day life, and talks of the importance of her daughter and her cat.
'Sweet and achingly romantic - a truly wonderful love story' Beth O'Leary, author of The Flatshare 'Full of fierce humour and fiercer heart' Casey McQuiston, New York Times bestselling author of Red, White & Royal Blue __________________ A brilliant and touching romantic comedy from the USA Today bestselling author of The Friend Zone and The Happy Ever After Playlist. When Vanessa Price quit her job to pursue her dream of traveling the globe, she wasn't expecting to gain millions of YouTube followers who shared her joy of seizing every moment. For her, living each day to its fullest isn't just a motto. Her mother and sister never saw the age of 30, and Vanessa doesn't want to take anything for granted. But after her half-sister suddenly leaves Vanessa in custody of her baby daughter, life goes from 'daily adventure' to 'hourly nappy change'. The last person Vanessa expects to show up offering help is the hot lawyer next door, Adrian Copeland. After all, she barely knows him. No one warned her that he was the Secret Baby Tamer or that she'd be spending a whole lot of time with him and his geriatric Chihuahua. Now she's feeling things she's vowed not to feel. Because the only thing worse than falling for Adrian is finding a little hope for a future she may never see. _______________________ FIND OUT WHY READERS ARE FALLING IN LOVE WITH ABBY JIMENEZ . . . 'A deliciously hot, sweet debut. This book is an absolute treat.' L. G. Shen, USA Today Bestselling Author 'Harnessing sass, heartfelt struggle, and unapologetic sexuality, Jimenez's debut is as hysterical as it is tear-jerking' Publishers Weekly 'Let's get one thing straight, Abby Jimenez is hilarious' Goodreads reviewer 'I laughed, I teared up, and most importantly, I didn't want to put it down' Goodreads reviewer 'Not only is this book hilarious and heartfelt, it felt real' Goodreads reviewer '5 stars isn't enough for this laugh out loud, beautifully honest, and sometimes heart-breaking novel' Goodreads reviewer
Alice is sure she is about to be fired but instead she's offered a dream job in America. Her brief: to persuade the once massively successful, now reclusive, singer songwriter Wyatt Brown to record a new album. So Alice is off to New York - only New York turns out to be Ohio and her dream job isn't quite what she'd expected...
This small collection of short poems is designed to enlighten, empower, and elevate. It marries together inspiring words and original imagery collected from Hart's travels over the world. Each of these short poems holds powerful messages of hope, joy, inspiration, and positivity within them. This book is a reminder that life is too short to play small, to live under your greatness, and to not make your wildest dreams into your reality. You deserve nothing less than the life of your ultimate desire. Let this book inspire you to go and create that life today.
What does it feel like to drive a lorry that's out of control? What really goes on in a school full of unruly children? Could you travel all over the world for work? Whether we love it or hate it, work has a huge impact on our lives and in recent times working life has totally changed. So what is life really like at work today? From builder to baker to social care worker, these writers let us know. Some of their stories might surprise you. Some will make you laugh and some might make you cry. The one thing they all prove is that you can never be sure what your working day will bring.
Every woman has either dated a jerk, or knows a friend that has dated one. But avoiding the jerks and attracting a decent man is actually a lot easier than you think. Forget watching reruns of Sex and the City or chatting with your girlfriends late at night. In this guidebook, a self-professed jerk comes straight out, speaks the truth, and systematically explains how to • spot, avoid, and say goodbye to jerks; • tell if a guy is wasting your time; • deal with players • hunt for good men (and where to hunt for them). You’ll also learn how to avoid common mistakes, such as overrating initial chemistry, inadvertently hurting a man’s ego, losing a good guy’s interest and much more. Full of witty satire and sarcasm. Get ready to laugh out loud with this hilarious anti-game. What people had to say about this book: “Hey Willie, this is so entertaining! Ha ha you have a great sense of humor, and your statements are so true!” - Denise “We all know no one likes a tattletale. Hate the game, not the player. Every girl Tiger slept with knew he was married. Who is worse?” - Steve the player “That was such an enjoyable and enlightening read. I mean it’s well written, witty, and one would think some of it is common sense, but sometimes people (i.e. me!) need common sense to slap them in the face!” - Cheryl “Willie whistle blower has a nice ring to it. You know someone’s going to kick your butt one day? Good work!” – A guy Willie no longer parties with “I don’t understand you. You go through university, build a promising career. Now you quit your job and write this book? Why would you tell the whole world you’re an asshole?” – Willie’s mom
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Bills, boyfriends, Bikram yoga... nobody said life was easy. But you can make it a whole lot less stressful with this ingenious guide to modern life. In LIFE'S TOO SHORT, Grace Saunders shares her shortcuts to success at work, at home and at play, along with terrific tips from those in the know. Whether you're a single lady, a committed career woman or a mega-busy mum, this book should be your bible. Need a quick fix for... How to plan a wedding without becoming Bridezilla. How to find jeans that don't give you a massive muffin-top. How to move house without having a nervous breakdown. How to ease that agonising shoe spending guilt? Sit back and relax. LIFE'S TOO SHORT is just what you've been looking for.
This is an eclectic and personal selection of wines aimed at the regular wine drinker who is occasionally prepared to spend a little bit more than supermarket prices to get something really good, perhaps for a special occasion.
This charming book is a sweet reminder to slow down, take a breath, and enjoy the journey. In the busyness of our days, we sometimes forget to slow down and enjoy the big benefits that are wrapped in the little moments shared between friends. Life's too short not to!
This book is the perfect gift for busy grown-up friends-or even for your busy self. In our busy, grown-up world, we move so fast that we often miss the fun of life. But with the help of this little book, you'll rediscover the big joys that are wrapped in the slow moments.
What can you do with a pack of marshmallows and some tinfoil? Create innovative, engaging learning opportunities; if you embrace the teacher geek mentality. What was your best lesson like? Rachel Jones thinks that her best lessons have happened when she's been brave enough to wonder, 'What might happen if ...?' and done something a bit different. That is what Teacher Geek is all about: making the most of the resources you have at your disposal, and shaking up your thinking about what will inspire, engage and motivate learners. A teacher geek will look to exploit all potential learning opportunities, and be comfortable with taking risks by working with resources from outside their subject area. You have nothing to lose by trying a few new ideas out in your classroom. What is more, a little teacher geek thinking can make lesson planning a whole lot easier. Here Rachel shows you how to blend edu-geeky analogue and digital teaching techniques, and offers suggestions on how to inspire your students, revitalise your practice, and gain the rapt attention of your class. Teacher Geek shows you how to turn your passion as an educator into real results in your classroom. It is all about celebrating a real love of teaching and learning. It doesn't matter whether you have access to the latest technology, or whatever else you have at your disposal, it is all about creativity, confidence and celebrating achievement. And - let's face it - there is more to life than worksheets. Suitable for all teachers.
Patricia Lorenz answers the time-honored question, "Don't we all have better things to do than fold our underwear?" with a resounding yes! This humorous look into Pat's household offers a welcome reality check for those times when your priorities become scrambled ...
For many of us, the word "religious" evokes thoughts of brainwashing, violence and eye-rubbingly tiresome conversations. Why not be done with it? Combining wit and candor with sharp cultural observations, David Dark flips the script on religiosity, arguing that "If what we believe is what we see is what we do is who we are, there's no getting away from religion."
A newly discovered “exhilarating and moving memoir” of an RAF fighter pilot in World War II (Daily Mail). It is not often that a long-hidden gem of a manuscript is published, bringing a moment in WWII history to vivid life for today’s readers. Geoffrey Wellum’s First Light was one example. The memoir of Timothy Vigors is another. Born in Hatfield but raised in Ireland and educated at Eton and Cranwell, Vigors found himself in France in 1940 flying Fairey Battle bombers. After the Fall he joined the fighters of 222 Squadron, with whom he saw frantic and distinguished service over Dunkirk and persevered through the dangerous days of the Battle of Britain, when he became an ace. Vigors transferred to the Far East in January 1941 as a flight commander with 243, then to 453 Squadron RAAF, and on December 10 of that year he led a flight of Buffaloes to cover the sinking Prince of Wales and Repulse. Dramatically shot down, burnt and attacked on his parachute, he was evacuated to Java, and from there, to India. As he describes these experiences in his handwritten account, the author provides a fascinating and valuable record, a newly discovered personal narrative of air combat destined to be seen as a classic.
Love love love this book. It doesn't just simplify wine, it simplifies life. Essential reading.' India KnightDo you frequently panic in the wine aisle and end up reaching for the same old thing. Every. Single. Time?Have you found yourself picking the bottle with the nicest-looking label?Do you automatically pick the second-cheapest wine on the list? Are you looking to extend your wine horizons beyond Pinot Grigio?You need The Knackered Mother's Wine Guide. Come and explore the wonderful world of wine with drinks expert Helen McGinn. With tips on how to make the right wine choices for every occasion, from children's parties (because adults need something fizzy too) to planning a wedding or matching wine with food, this book will help you to choose with confidence.Learn what to look for in the discount deals and discover the can't-go-wrong crowd-pleasers, perfect reds to go with your Sunday roast, the best wine to drink with chocolate, plus some unexpected suggestions for your next night in. Wine is about far more than just what's in the glass (although that's important too); it brings us together and helps us to find a moment to stop, connect and share stories. This crash-course guide will help you know what to look for in fridge-door whites, store cupboard reds so that you can make the most of time spent together to raise a glass for a special occasion, or wind-down when the kids have finally gone to bed.Because life's too short to drink bad wine.