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The 52 week project : how I fixed my life by trying a new thing every week for a year / Lauren Keenan

By: Keenan, Lauren.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand : Allen & Unwin, 2020Copyright date: ©2020Description: 270 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781988547503; 1988547504.Other title: Fifty two week project how I fixed my life by trying a new thing every week for a year.Subject(s): Self-confidence | Self-actualization (Psychology) in women | Self-realizationGenre/Form: Anecdotes. DDC classification: 158.1 Summary: "It was winter. Lauren Keenan was separated from her husband, lonely, and miserable. Then came the night of Twenty-Seven Rejections of Doom: she asked twenty-seven people to hang out one Friday night, and every single person said no.Lauren realised her life wasn't working for her and that she needed to change it. It was time to try something new. Fifty-two new things, in fact. She made a resolution: she'd try 52 new things in 52 weeks.From zip lining to entering a stand-up comedy night; swimming with sharks to detoxing from social media; giving up alcohol for six months to going to a music festival alone; Lauren put herself out there with surprising results.Her year of new experiences was a game changer. It repaired her relationship with her husband, she regained confidence in herself, and she realised how satisfying it can be to push yourself to your limits and to do things on your own.The 52 Week Project combines Lauren's insights and humour with current psychological research, as she brings readers along during her year of making the most out of life"-- Publishers website.
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Non-Fiction 158.1 KEE Checked out 01/07/2021 T00835600
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Life is short. Make the most of it.

"It was winter. Lauren Keenan was separated from her husband, lonely, and miserable. Then came the night of Twenty-Seven Rejections of Doom: she asked twenty-seven people to hang out one Friday night, and every single person said no.Lauren realised her life wasn't working for her and that she needed to change it. It was time to try something new. Fifty-two new things, in fact. She made a resolution: she'd try 52 new things in 52 weeks.From zip lining to entering a stand-up comedy night; swimming with sharks to detoxing from social media; giving up alcohol for six months to going to a music festival alone; Lauren put herself out there with surprising results.Her year of new experiences was a game changer. It repaired her relationship with her husband, she regained confidence in herself, and she realised how satisfying it can be to push yourself to your limits and to do things on your own.The 52 Week Project combines Lauren's insights and humour with current psychological research, as she brings readers along during her year of making the most out of life"-- Publishers website.