[EPUB] Ò I Think I'll Make It | by ✓ Kat Hurley #2020


  • Title: I Think I'll Make It
  • Author: Kat Hurley
  • ISBN: 9780989793
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Paperback

  • I Think I'll Make It By Kat Hurley Pushing thirty, broke and broken, Kat Hurley fled to Hawaii to escape a trifecta of failure her deteriorating relationship, her stale career, her moot five year plan Instead, she found herself drowning in the deluge of thoughts and memories that loneliness let in, dredging up haunts from her childhood, including the testimony that sentenced her father for her mother s muPushing thirty, broke and broken, Kat Hurley fled to Hawaii to escape a trifecta of failure her deteriorating relationship, her stale career, her moot five year plan Instead, she found herself drowning in the deluge of thoughts and memories that loneliness let in, dredging up haunts from her childhood, including the testimony that sentenced her father for her mother s murder.Determined to start fresh, Kat finds solace in Hawaii s stunning surf and devours stacks of spiritual books while careening down a path of deep healing and exploration A rags to riches of the soul, Kat openly shares her demons and false starts, begrudgingly taking up a practice in meditation, which turns into a Battle of the Minds between her and her newly acquainted ego Bravely honest, funny, and terribly inspirational, I think I ll make It reveals a woman wavering on the edge of sanity and ten foot breaks and tumbling over the precipice to the only place she might be able to discover real forgiveness, peace, and hope.
    Kat Hurley
    Kat Hurley was born in Silver Spring, Maryland in 1978 and grew up chasing her older brothers around their home in Manor Country Club, or in the summer, at the family beach house in Bethany, Delaware She attended Towson University, where she studied journalism and psychology by day and drugs and drag queens by night, waiting tables at the old Gampy s in Mount Vernon, Balti After college, she spent six short months working in a downtown Balti ad agency before she packed her desk, trading it for a classroom While teaching high school mathematics, a job she was mostly qualified for, she earned her master s degree in education.In 2006, Kat left home and teaching, boarding a plane to Hawaii with a one way ticket I Think I ll Make It is the story of the transformative tale that was made manifest by that highly charged two year adventure When authoring a book still seemed horrifically daunting, Kat spent much of her free time writing short stories and slam style poetry It wasn t until 2011, when she sold her mini cooper and anything else of even insignificant value and moved to Hong Kong, where she finally felt like she had the freedom to write whole heartedly Five months and Thailand, Indonesia, Nepal, South Africa later, the first draft of I Think I ll Make It was sent off for edits.Kat Hurley lives in Brooklyn, New York, where she and her fianc e, Elisa Haggarty, are working to change minds and lives with their separate, yet interwoven coaching, teaching, and speaking endeavors Learn at kathurley and culinaryfarmacy.

    I Think I'll Make It By Kat Hurley

    Commentaires:

    Haven Gordon
    This is the first book that I didn t immediately fly through and that s because I genuinely wanted to savor every single part of it I found this book to be a tremendous help to me on a personal level I suffer from anxiety, depression, and PTSD It s been a pretty hard road for me, but I can honestly say that this book has given me the inspiration to not give up on my own dreams The author finds her own personal happiness even through all the trial and errors The sheer beauty of this book comes fr [...]

    Melissa
    I absolutely did NOT want to read this book, put if off over and over Simply because I am not into self help books But, once started did not let go The author is witty, funny, and I so enjoyed her I enjoyed her writing Despite not wanting to, I really enjoyed this book Good girl Kat You did good thing

    Emily
    This is not a book I would traditionally pick up for some light reading Even though there were some parts I was apprehensive about they are very personal and raw it was a great read overall As the title suggests, despite the rough patches, there is a light at the end of the tunnel This book really made me think about my own connection to the world and if I live gratefully and intentionally while still just going with the flow.

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      Published :2020-05-07T01:31:59+00:00