Using a metaphor of one of America’s most popular drinks — coffee — author Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino serves up inspirational advice and reflection (as well as a lot of coffee breaks with Dr. Katie Eastman) to create a personal journal all about you.
Elizabeth’s new book, Percolate, Let Your Best Self Filter Through is one of those great brews to use!
As I sat and sipped my hazelnut brew, Elizabeth taught me to percolate my own sense of direction, guiding principles to produce inspirational results and many tips to discovering my authentic self.
One important thing she taught me was how to wake up to a good or bad brew by examining ways to make the world a better place for myself and others.
Elizabeth digs deep into your life’s footprints, lucky to be alive moments, teachings to embrace life now, staying true to you, embracing your space and bringing to the surface any unfinished business that allows your brew to spew.
Other bonuses you get from Elizabeth are writing prompts to reflect on your life, Best Ever You Resources and nine percolate principles to live by.
And now it’s time to percolate your own brew and let the new you come into view.
(I was not financially compensated for this post. I received the book from Hay House for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience. )