Downshift To The Good Life (52 Brilliant Ideas S.)
By: Lynn Huggins-cooper
Quality: Like New
Genre: Self help
Description: "Is city life getting to you? Do you wake up on Monday mornings and dread the commute? Fed up with office politics and the stress and strain of your working week? Do you dream of a life change? Well, here are 52 brilliant ideas for de-stressing your world and living the good life. And they've been truly road-tested. A few years ago I could answer 'yes' to all the questions above. Now I live in the country in a beautiful house and have a lifestyle I could only dream of previously. If you follow my advice, you can, too." Lynn Huggins-Cooper. "Downshift to the good life" is for anyone who dreams of a more peaceful and relaxing lifestyle and who wants to leap off the treadmill. It's packed full of inspirational ideas to help readers assess where they are, where they want to be and how to get there. So whether you are after a country idyll or just want to work less and play more this book will prove invaluable in helping you achieve your dreams. Lynn Huggins-Cooper reveals how to: Stop in your tracks and evaluate where you are, what you have done, what is really important to you and what the future holds; Get off the consumer carousel (time to ditch the mortgage credit cards); Live with a reduced salary and reduce your outgoings; Downshift at work and/or take on a lower-level job; Become a flexi-worker or freelancer. What are your skills, and are they marketable; Live by the seasons - appreciate the delights that come with each month. With the 52 Brilliant Ideas series readers can enhance their existing skills with negligible investment of time or money and will substantially improve their performance over the course of a year. Each of the 52 chapters tackles a single aspect of the subject in an entertaining and lively way. At the end of each chapter is a "how did it go?" feature which allows readers to reflect on the lesson in a classical experiential learning pattern. The tone of each book is personal and informal; readers will feel as thought they are having a one-to-one with their favourite coach.