Tuesday, 26 November 2019

Let That Sh*t Go by Nina Purewal and Kate Petriw | Book Review

Summary:

It’s no wonder you can’t calm down: your to-do list is as long as your arm, your bank balance keeps dropping, you feel guilty for not calling your parents more often and there always seems to be a big deadline to meet at work. You need a serious breather—but you can barely find time to shower, let alone to exercise or meditate.


 In Let That Sh*t Go, Kate Petriw and Nina Purewal share the wisdom they’ve gained though decades of practising and teaching others to find peace of mind no matter how busy they are. Learn to put your life in perspective, take each day one step at a time and steal moments of calm amid the chaos. And remember: it’s not worth holding onto that sh*t.

Author:

Nina Purewal and Kate Petriw

Publisher:

Jaico Publishing House

Release date:

January 19th, 2019

No. of Pages:

Paperback, 352 Pages

I’ve been trying to be positive lately through all the stress being alone at home and working at home. Immersing myself in these pages with an open mind gave me fresh perspective on my goals and dreams. The writing style is engaging and easy to read and the subject matter is presented in a manner that appeals to one from every arena of life. It is divided into seven enlightening and easy-to-follow chapters.

This book didn't have many original ideas and few of things that the authors have mentioned I already knew about it. However, it was still a nice reminder of what i need to do and sometimes it is nice to have a good reminder a push even if it comes out from the book. I would recommend this book to any one needs a good pick me up!!

About the authors:

Nina Purewal faced an unexpected childhood tragedy which inspired her mindfulness and meditation journey twenty years ago. After climbing the corporate ladder for nearly a decade, she took a year sabbatical and moved to California to unplug and continue her pursuit for happiness. It’s been her greatest passion to help others find peace amidst the busyness and chaos. With that, she founded Pure Minds a company that conducts mindfulness and meditation workshops for the public and corporate sector.

Kate Petriw is the founder of Mind Matters, an organization that holds mental health workshops focused on reducing stress and negative thinking patterns to inspire happiness. She first came across mindfulness and meditation five years ago while trying to resolve unchecked stress, sparked by the corporate grind. Impressed by the impact it had on her mood, relationships, and productivity - she wanted to share it with the world.

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