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Discover the joy of finding yourself and your purpose by blogging for a year in the enlightening self-help book, Year of the Blog (How to Achieve Your Life’s Purpose in 5 Steps and 365 Blog Posts) by Raven Sinclair. Learn how to use blogging as a tool to uncover your life purpose, understand who you are, open your heart, and live your purpose. With five easy steps to experiencing your 'aha' moment and integrating the information into your practical life, this book guides you through setting up your blog, beginning the blog challenge, and blogging your way to happiness. Each chapter is meticulously organized for the reader and includes helpful sections such as micro-steps the reader can take and blog entry ideas to help get the creative juices flowing. With heartfelt advice, openly honest stories from the author, and guidance in self-reflection, the challenge becomes less of a challenge and more of a soul-journey. Are you ready to live your most authentic life?
Year of the Blog (How to Achieve Your Life’s Purpose in 5 Steps and 365 Blog Posts) by Raven Sinclair is a beautiful guide to finding yourself, your purpose, and your path. Partially a meditation, partly a guide, this book will delight and awe those that take up this challenge. At first, I was skeptical about blogging, and blogging for a year sounded like quite a commitment. My reservations, however, proved unfounded. Ms. Sinclair expertly leads the reader by the hand, and I believe that by applying the principles in this book, self-discovery is more than just a possibility. I was impressed with the organization and thought that went into this book. While this book is not about learning how to make money blogging, its guidance has the potential to be life-changing in the spiritual sense and is a must-read for those who are searching for meaning in their life.