How to Overcome Procrastination and Depression and Feel Good About Yourself Again
This is a 31-day guide to feeling better about yourself. If you are depressed, constantly procrastinating, and just not happy with your life, then this 31-day plan is perfect for you. The key to overcoming depression and procrastination is found in making small changes in your daily routine.
Do you know that you can't look to anyone to make you happy? All humans will fail us. That's why you have to focus on making changes in your life to be happier.
The way to be successful in overcoming procrastination and depression and being a happier person is discovered through making small changes in your daily routine. This guide is designed to do just that: help you learn how to be happier through making one change per day for the next 31 days. As you make these changes, you will be happier - guaranteed.
Here are a couple of tips from the book:
As you can see, the author writes in a very straightforward way. Her tips have helped tens of thousands of people learn how to stop being depressed, stop procrastinating, and be happier.
Get this book now, and learn how to overcome depression and procrastination and start feeling happy again.
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Ways to Feel Better is an excellent reminder that life is what you make of it. Ashley Rosebloom offers a lot of practical advice, encouraging listeners to take control of their life. Depression and a lack of motivation can be overwhelming, but Ashley offers simple and concrete ways to conquer these difficult feelings. I would highly recommend this book to anyone looking to make positive changes in their life, whether they suffer from depression or just need a change.
Uplifting, motivational, memorable
This is a book about getting happy and her voice just oozes happiness! It made me smile at just how jolly she sounded, which was a good start. She may actually sound too happy for some people, I can imagine it might be a little annoying if you were feeling very down and depressed, but I found it uplifting.
Aside from her tone of voice, it's clearly narrated and it's not stilted like some other audio books can be. The narrative flows well, and even though she's narrating someone else's works, you do feel as if she's talking to you from the heart.
I listen to a lot of self-help books and always manage to take something away from each one. This is no exception.I can't say it's changed my life, but it has enhanced it in some small ways.
Over 30 tips,clearly narrated. It might not solve all your problems, but it is worth a listen.
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