My new book I'm reading has inspired me in more than one way - so why not
I saw it at Half Price Books and was immediately drawn to it, as the author's name was Noelle - spelled correctly the everything. After I opened up the front cover and began to read more about this memoir, I realized that her Noelle and me Noelle were basically the same person. From her former job as a celebrity blogger (a job I WISH I had) to her time unemployed and searching for a job/career/life that is fulfilling and happy and purposeful - she works on conquering her fears after seeing the Eleanor Roosevelt quote in a coffee shop - "Do one thing every day that scares you."
She uses the time between her 29th and 30th birthdays to discover herself, the world around her and overcoming her worst fears.
I only got through maybe 30 pages last night, as I swear, every other page, I had to write down quotes from the book that I wanted to remember. Among other things, only 30 pages in, it is already inspiring me to use this time in my life to think, discover, overcome and enjoy every day. I KNOW I have a million and one things to work on internally and externally - and it is okay to actually work on them and try to change. I'm keeping a list on my phone of things to do or ways to keep me on track and organize every piece of my life. Organization is key! Says Noelle Hancock. And I agree.