Book Review: Chicken Soup for the Soul – Find Your Inner Strength

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Find Your Inner Strength: 101 Empowering Stories of Resilience, Positive Thinking, and Overcoming Challenges

We’re all stronger than we think, and we often discover our inner strength and resilience when a problem arises. The 101 empowering stories in this collection will inspire and encourage you to overcome your own challenges.

IMG_1056 (1)There’s nothing like real stories from real people to inspire you. These empowering and uplifting stories by people who have overcome challenges, solved problems, or changed their lives will help you find your own inner strength, resilience, and remind you to think positive, count your blessings, and use the power that you have within you.

You can discover  100 equally amazing stories filled with inner strength and courage.  Each writer is either a cancer survivor, retired, working single mother, and many others who are brave enough to share their vulnerabilities and their inner strength.

About the Author:

Amy Newmark is publisher and editor-in-chief of Chicken Soup for the Soul. Emmy Award-winning actress and accomplished author Fran Drescher is a leading health advocate and the president and visionary of the Cancer Schmancer Movement.
You can purchase your copy here.
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Book Review: Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Cat Did What?

Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Cat Did What? : 101 Amazing Stories of Magical Moments, Miracles and … Mischief, by Amy Newmark foreword by Miranda Lambert is an entertaining and inspiring book … loving in every way, you’ll recognize your cat in this collection of stories!

The Cat Did WhatOur cats make us smile every day with their crazy antics and acts of love. This book is full of hilarious and heartwarming stories about our feline friends that surprise us and charm us.

Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Cat Did What? will have you saying just that, as you read these 101 amazing stories about the absurdities, mischief, miracles, and magic our cats bring to our lives. Whether humorous or serious, or both, these stories will make you laugh and warm your heart.

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Are you of the “Feline Persuasion”?  You may have noticed that our family is; we have Jake and Josie after all!  All of our cats have been rescues; we’ve seen it all: affectionate cats, needy cats, loner cats, and just about any other kind of cats.  Our household is filled with a love for all animals; they add value to our lives.  It’s true; we know all too well ‘what the cat did’ over the years but with all of those doings I personally just fell in love more-and-more with each of my rescues.  I can definitely relate with each of the stories in this colleciton.

For me, it doesn’t matter what the cat did, I have loved (and continue to do so) each and every cat that has entered my life.  It doesn’t matter if they are mischievous, playful, aloof, or loving … each cat in my life has blessed me with love, patience, kindness, and a heartful of warmth that has helped me in all of my days.  This book is good for any animal lover; however, specifically cat lovers will definiteley relate to each endearing tale! [pun intended]  These stories are entertaining and inspiring.

A fun and magical read to unwind with.

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Book Review: Chicken Soup for the Soul Multitasking Mom’s Survival Guide

Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Multitasking Mom’s Survival Guide: 101 Inspiring and Amusing Stories for Mothers Who Do It All, by by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, and Amy Newmark is an inspiring book … just as it states in the title!

Chicken Soup for the Soul Multitasking Mom’s Survival GuideMoms are the busiest people in the world! They juggle kids, husbands, jobs, housework, and more. These 101 stories from other multitasking moms will inspire and amuse the woman who does it all!

Moms do it all – they juggle kids, husbands, home and office…. This collection will inspire and entertain masters of multitasking with its 101 stories from busy moms like them. Filled with words of wisdom, lessons learned, funny moments and juggling success, this book will brighten any mother’s day.

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Being a mom is definitely one of the hardest jobs I’ve ever had!  It’s difficult (at all times) and it seems like the job is under-appreciated.  How do moms do it all?!  Here’s the truth:  they don’t.  Moms do the best they can … and that’s all they can do.

What has to be learned is multitasking!  Although you can learn this skill, it’s still pretty difficult to have it all, do it all, make it all, etc.  It’s easy to feel defeated; this is why this book is good for any mom, at any age!  The stories are entertaining and inspiring.

A good read to unwind with.

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