I’m a huge fan of Geneen Roth —a fellow female self-help author who dropped a ton of truth in her 2009 global best-selling book Women, Food and God. I devoured it during my own self-help journey a few years back.
Let’s just say that you’d learn more about me than you’d ever want to know if you read the scribblings in the margins of that gem on my bookshelf.
Roth recently released a new book called This Messy Magnificent Life and it doesn’t disappoint. This time around, I took the audio book route and I’ve been listening to the book while getting ready in the morning. Because brushing teeth, plucking eyebrows and covering up with concealer can be so boring.
Last week, as the universe would have it, Roth served up the perfect smack in the face just when I was slipping back into old habits of worrying about the outcome of a future events out of my control. At the end of a particularly powerful passage, she dropped this truth bomb:
We must train ourselves to have and not want. Continue Reading