Sappho Jones stopped counting birthdays when she reached 30, but even with her hazy grip on mathematics she realises that she's on the slippery slope to the big four-oh! With the thought suddenly lodged in her mind that she's a mere cat's whisker away from becoming a single eccentric female living in a country cottage in Wales, she has the urge to do something dramatic before it's too late. The trouble is, as an adventurous woman of a certain age, Sappho's pretty much been there, done that, got the T-shirt. In fact the only thing she hasn't tried is motherhood.
There are many of us who dream about selling all our stuff, quitting our jobs, and running away to Paradise. This is a story about one couple who made that dream come true. The author shares what it feels like to experience ultimate freedom, and outlines the steps they took to get there. The story includes tales from their travels, social commentary on the state of today's American society, and a simple financial plan that will benefit anyone, regardless of their future goals.
"Shallow, lacks depth."
When Lisa Najeeb Halaby was 26, her father introduced her to King Hussein of Jordan. Within a year, she became his fourth wife. Born in 1951 to a distinguished Arab-American family, Lisa was unsure what her role would be. King Hussein was not only the head of state in Jordan but also considered the spiritual leader of all Muslims. This memoir provides a vital perspective on 30 years of turbulent world history from the Arab point of view.
In the 2012 London Olympics, US gymnast Gabrielle Douglas stole hearts and flew high as the All-Around Gold Medal winner, as well as acting as a critical member of the US gold-medal-winning women gymnastics team. In this personal autobiography, Gabrielle tells her story of faith, perseverance, and determination, demonstrating you can reach your dreams if you let yourself soar.
"Grace, Gold and Glory"
Breeze is on the move again, aboard Leap of Faith. There is trouble lurking in every port. He gets mixed up with a cocaine kingpin, talks his way out of a Cuban jail, and takes on a pretty refugee as a passenger. His trusty trawler takes him from the Keys to the Caribbean and even to the Chesapeake Bay, where he contemplates turning himself in to the authorities.
"A fun read"
This book will guide you in starting your own photography business; it's truly an advantage if you are a photographer by profession, but if not, it doesn't mean that you could not open your own business. I can help you get the ball rolling.
What are the things you should be thankful for? You may not appreciate them now, but imagine them gone. What are your imperfections? Can you work on them to improve yourself? If you need help answering these questions, then this book is definitely for you!
"Intel’s Leap of Faith in Driverless Cars" is from the March 12, 2017 Markets section of The Wall Street Journal. It was written by Dan Gallagher and Stephen Wilmot and narrated by Alexander Quincy.
When you feel disaster looming, but still...you decide to go for it. Snap Judgment, storytelling with a beat.
In her fifty-second bestselling novel, Danielle Steel weaves a compelling story of the power of lies, the misuse of trust- and of one woman's triumph over a devastating betrayal.
"To much unfinished, abrupt ending."
Take a Leap of Faith and Start a Virtual Assistant Business Why are people getting crazy over the idea of starting a virtual assistant business? First, there's convenience of staying at home with your family. Second, you will become your own boss. Third, and perhaps the most appealing, the possibility to earn a lot of money is endless. Take a Leap of Faith and Start a Photography Business This book will guide you in starting your own photography business.
Nearly 150 years later, the theory of evolution continues to create tension between the scientific and religious communities. Challenges about teaching the theory of evolution in schools occur annually all over the country. This same debate raged within Darwin himself, and played an important part in his marriage: his wife, Emma, was quite religious, and her faith gave Charles a lot to think about as he worked on a theory that continues to spark intense debates.
"I'm ape for this book!"
Why are people getting crazy over the idea of starting a virtual assistant business? First, there's the convenience of staying at home with your family. Second, you will become your own boss. Third, and perhaps the most appealing: the possibility to earn a lot of money is endless. This book tells you everything you need to know about virtual assistants.
"full of information!"
On January 13, 2016, at the close of a taping of Family Feud, Steve Harvey spontaneously began to speak. Not knowing that the cameras were still rolling, the $100 million host offered his studio audience insights into his own happiness and success. His staff, also moved by Steve's passionate words, shared the riveting six-minute video on social media. The clip immediately went viral, with more than 58 million views worldwide!
"I wish Steve read it"
We live in constant fear: fear of being poor - that's why we want more money; fear of being alone - that's why we seek the perfect lover; fear of being fat, because we want to be beautiful. We deal with life as if happiness can be obtained only when the criteria (which we didn't even create) are met. In our constant search for the society's approval, we end up being unhappy. To free yourself from stress, you have to stop that attachment from ruling your life; that's what I am going to teach you in this book.