Wild Hope: Healing Words to Find Light on Dark Days
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Embark on a journey of personal growth. Mountain climbers consider the second-highest mountains on all seven continents to be technically more complex than the seven highest. Jenn's experiences on the mountains serve as metaphors for achieving life goals and inspiring continuous self-improvement. In BreakProof, she shares her struggles and victories and delivers potent insights into achieving balance, setting meaningful objectives, and living life to its fullest. There is the loss of a parent, a lover, a friend, and how each of those things hit us - leaving our souls irrevocably changed, and our powers feeling diminished. Thank you Donna, you really do bring hope and joy to so many. Your words are a strength we never knew we had. 10* If I could. So inspiring, so heartfelt . . . the way Donna writes is beyond beautiful * Lisa Snowdon, praise for 'Wild Hope' *
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The 7 secrets to realizing your life dream. In June 2023, Jenn became the first woman in the world to conquer the Seven Second Summits. Life goal reached! Learn the 7 secrets to how Jenn did it and how you can apply her hard-earned lessons to learning how never to quit. Donna Ashworth's gift and power is her ability to beautifully express the wide range of human emotions surrounding the common, everyday things and situations that make up life. She is relatable and real; she can make her readers feel as if she has peered into their hearts and is speaking just to them. She offers understanding, acceptance, hope, peace, and love in all of her efforts.Another magical book from Donna Ashworth - a most wonderful wordsmith, finding ways to put onto paper what we all need to hear. Discover resilience in adversity. BreakProof chronicles Jenn Drummond’s pursuit to conquer the Seven Second Summits, despite no mountain climbing experience. Through this emotional and physical journey toward that audacious goal, the world record-holding mountaineer provides lessons on never giving up, cultivating resilience, and finding strength in the face of life's greatest challenges.
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One of the best books about psychology, the history of psychology, and the ethics of experimental science With journal making projects, book binding techniques, and journal prompts, this Treasure Book Making guide has everything you need. Get ready to create personal journals by hand easily—without any extra book-binding tools! Inspiration for becoming a go-getter, never giving up, embracing life balance, and living life to the fullest With poems such as 'That Thing You Do', 'Through the Ringer' and 'Rope Ladder', Donna helps us to remember that most people in this world are good, and that acts of kindness and love within our individual spheres of influence, however small, all contribute to a better future. She also gently guides us, no matter how busy or overburdened we may be, to practice better self-care and self-acceptance. If every single person who has liked you in your lifetime were to light up on a map, it would create the most glitteringly beautiful network you could imagine. Throw in the strangers you’ve been kind to, the people you’ve made laugh, or inspired along the way and that star-bright web of you would be an impressive sight to behold. You’re so much more than you think you are. You have done so much more than you realise. You’re trailing a bright pathway that you don’t even know about. What a thing. What a thing indeed.
It can be difficult sometimes to find hope and encouragement when life is difficult but it can help to know that others have also experienced the same situations and feelings. In this collection of wisdom you will find poems about finding joy in unexpected situations, about mother and child relationships, accepting yourself with all your flaws, nature, the seasons, loss, friendship and so much more. In other words, poetry which speaks of being human and how that feels. Donna Ashworth is a Sunday Times bestselling poet who lives in the hills of Scotland with her husband, two sons, and Brian and Dave (the dogs). Donna is a true wordsmith. Her writings never fail to move me. * Nadia Sawalha, praise for 'Love' *