After showing up extremely early for an appointment, I found this in the waiting room, apparently left by another patron.I read it in less than 45 minutes, so that will give you an idea how fast a read it is.
I sort of feel badly for giving this two stars, especially since the author is trying so hard to be positive and encouraging, but "it was OK" pretty much sums up how I felt about it.I will give it this, the author's illustrations and photos are adorable.A little of them go a long way for me, but I only kept reading because of the illustrations (and because I had 45 minutes to kill and my other options were sports magazines and AARP.)
There just wasn't anything particularly inspiring or new in the content.After the first chapter of "OMG!I'M ACTUALLY WRITING A WHOLE BOOK!" with liberal sprinkles of "check out my blog!" and "I own a company!" what's left is pretty much a short checklist including things like "breathe" and some aimless, chatty rambling about how she loves doing art even when she doesn't feel inspired.It really comes off more like listening to a very talkative hyper friend give herself a pep talk than a book.
It's not bad, it's just not much of anything.
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